Bell Ringing to honour those who fell in the Great War.
We have compiled an archive of around 1,400 tower and hand bell ringing performances, all rung in memory and honour of ringers and non-ringers who fell in the dreadful conflict. Harvested from existing records from over 100 years from 1914 until 30th November 2018, the details of the ringing have been collated and are with the printer now. Further ringing performances for this project up until the end of 2019 can be be included in the digital form of the archive if recorded on BellBoard or submitted direct to email@example.com
A printed volume of the archive will be presented to Portsmouth Cathedral on Sunday, 12th May 2019 during the evening service starting at 6 p.m. and to Winchester Cathedral on Sunday, 19th May during the evening service starting at 3.30 p.m. We hope for many ringers and their guests to attend, coming together in fellowship and giving thanks for those who made the supreme sacrifice for us all.
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Invitation for all ringers to attend a service at Portsmouth Cathedral or Winchester Cathedral and Presentation of the Winchester & Portsmouth Diocesan Guild Record of Ringing in remembrance of those who gave their lives in the Great War 1914-1918
***URGENT*** – WW1 Centenary Commemoration performances up to and including those rung on 30th November 2018
Report on commemorate ring that took place on 21 October 2018 for the Winchester District bell ringers who died in the Great War
Basingstoke District WW1 day of ringing and remembering – Tommy on Tour – Saturday 1st September 2018
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Quarter Peal Rung in memory of Lieutenant Philip Richard John Grinham killed in France on May 3rd 1917
Quarter Peal marking the Centenary of the death of L/Cpl John Rice (22416) of 8th Battalion, East Surrey Regiment