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We are the organisation for church bell and handbell ringers in South Wales, UK.
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Monmouth Branch Newsletters
Updated 19th November 2014
The Monmouth Branch publishes a quarterly Newsletter for its membership.
A copy of each edition of the Newsletter is sent to each Branch tower via the notified tower correspondent. Email copies are also sent to those who've asked to receive them that way.
Association Calendar Download
14th November 2014:
2014-15 Calendar updated
6th November 2014
2015-16 Calendar added (one event!)
Each year the Association publishes a printed "Fixture Card" for its membership. Whilst the card may be correct at the time of going to press, practices and events can and do change after publication/printing. Ringers are advised to check this website before attending a practice or event, particularly one to which they do not normally go.
As an additional service, the current, updated Calendar is available for download/import into personal electronic devices.
Recruitment and Training Fund
New on 6th November 2014
The Association Management Committee has established a Recruitment and Training Fund. This fund is designed to support projects within individual towers or within Branches in the recruitment and training of church bell ringers particularly with respect to the costs of leaflets, posters and printed course materials.
Updated 6th November 2014
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.