Worcester Cathedral ringing to remember Captain Sir Tom Moore

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On Saturday 27 February 2021 at 12:05 the bourdon bell was tolled 100 times in memory of Captain Sir Tom Moore by Ashley Fortey and Bernard Taylor.

Worcester Bell Tolls for Captain Sir Tom Moore

Click below for the full article. Worcester bell tolls for Captain Sir Tom Moore

Worcester Contribute to the UK Holocaust Memorial

Click the link below for the full Article. Worcester Contribute to the UK Holocaust Memorial

Updated: Coronavirus(COVID-19)- Latest guidance from the CCCBR (December 2020)

The link below offers up-to-date guidance from the Central Council on ringing during this period. (Click the link below for more information). Covid Winter Plan – updated guidance for England Wales and Scotland  

Volunteering with the Central Council

Volunteering with the Central Council of Church Bellringers, the point of the CC and what it means to be a Rep- see more information by clicking on the PDFs below. 200823 Volunteering with the Central Council of Church Bellringers PDF

The safe resumption of bellringing

The safe resumption of bellringing – see the guidance from the Central Council of Church Bellringers as well as policy and working practice from Worcester Cathedral and the Guild.

Worcester Cathedral Peal Book

82 peals have been recorded in the Worcester Cathedral peal book so far, each page is individually illustrated.

Peal board to mark the end of the Great War

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This board records the peal rung to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the Great War. On the left is Maggie Willans who painted the board, on the right is Councillor Dr Adrian Gregson, Chairman of the Worcestershire World War One Hundred project who funded the board.

Paddington goes back to Peru!

Julie McGill is taking Paddington Bear to Peru in May 2020 to raise £10,000 for Acorns, our children’s hospice. Please support Julie!

External review of the WCGoB by Tim Keyes

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Report into the Worcester Cathedral Guild of Bellringers (WCGoB), November 2019. Review Conducted by Tim Keyes (former Head of The King’s School Worcester and Tower Captain of St Michael and All Angels Church Ledbury).