- Latest Site Update: Monday 24 October 2016, 20:15:06; applies to News & Articles only.
We are the organisation for church bell and handbell ringers in South Wales, UK.
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British Summer Time ends on Sunday 30th October 2016
Please note that BST ends this coming weekend. The clocks go back (02:00hrs on 30/10/2016 becomes 01:00hrs), meaning an extra hour in bed, etc.
There will be no naming and shaming of those that are an hour early for Sunday morning ringing
Updated 9th October 2016
The Association's Management Committee is the body that oversees its running. It meet four times per year and provides the fulcrum for the Association's activities.
The Committee oversees the whole gammut of Association business, from the setting of budgets and the overseeing of financial affairs through to the offering of grant-aid and/or loans from the Bell Restoration Fund.
Central Council News: CRAG Group
Updated 9th October 2016
As those who take The Ringing World may know, the Central Council of Church Bell Ringers is undertaking a review of, essentially, itself. The CRAG (Central Council of Church Bell Ringers Review Action Group), which includes our very own Peter Bennett, met for the first time on 13th August 2016 in Birmingham and progress is ongoing.
2016 All Wales Striking Competition
Saturday 24th September 2016 saw the annual All Wales Competitions for the Jack Pryor Trophy (6 Bell) and J Arthur Hoare Mmeorial Trophy (8 Bell) take place at Dolgellau, this year hosted by the North Wales Association.
In what turned out to be an enjoyable and eventful afternoon's ringing, bands representing the Association were vicorious in both sections.
Llandaff Branch Newsletters
Updated 29th August 2016
The Llandaff Branch publishes a quarterly Newsletter, copies being sent to each tower.
The latest four Newsletters are available for download below in PDF format. The most recent Newsletter is at the top. Earlier editions (from February 2002) are available from the Webmaster.