UK Registered Charity Number: 1154107
Conservation by Re-use
Helping churches acquire surplus and/or redundant bells to be hung for
English-style full-circle bell-ringing.
30th May 2022: The restoration & augmentation projects at Bubwith & Newton Valence have been completed in time for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee as has the restoration of the derelict ring at South Wraxall.
14th April 2022: It is hoped to restore the three bells at Piddinghoe, E. Sussex for traditional full-circle ringing and augment to six.
8th April 2022: Subject to faculty & fund-raising the chime of five bells at Compton Dundon are to be augmented to six and rehung for full-circle ringing.
19th March 2022: Subject to faculty and fund-raising two bells ex-Whetstone are to replace the two trebles at St Anne, Moseley.
12th February 2022: The ring of eight bells from St David, Glanadda, Bangor have been put on offer to St Peter & St Paul, Hoxne, Suffolk.
8th February 2022: Subject to faculty & fund-raising the ring of six removed from the closed church of All Saints, Woodlesford, W. Yorkshire in 2002 is to be installed at Melsonby, North Yorkshire.
2nd February 2022: Subject to faculty & fund-raising the ring of six from the closed church of St Oswald, Dunham-on-Trent are to be transferred to All Saints, Weston, Nottinghamshire.
|Rings of bells|
|Bell-frames & fittings|
|The Sound of Bells|
|ex-Trinity House buoy bells|
|Relocating Redundant Church Bells|
|UK Bell-founders & hangers|