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.
.. has a lighter ring of eight bells which are more suited to the tower. The four surplus bells are hung for ringing in four different churches. Three have been retained in Somerset and the other is the tenor bell at Griffith, NSW, Australia.
More and more churches in Australia are installing bells for English-style bell-ringing. The Trust has helped Wagga Wagga in New South Wales acquire several surplus and redundant bells. They now have a ring of eight bells.
.. received money from the Ringing in the Millennium scheme to replace its poor sounding ring of 8 bells with a new ring of 12 bells. The Trust helped find new homes for most of the surplus bells.
During 2016 the Trust helped find bells which will be hung for English-style full-circle ringing at:-
|Trust donations - Church gallery|
|Rings of bells|
|Bell-frames & fittings|
|UK - Redundant church gallery|
|UK - Bells for chiming|
|Overseas - Bells for Chiming|
|John Taylor Bellfoundry Museum|
|The Sound of Bells|
|ex-Trinity House buoy bells|
|Relocating Redundant Church Bells|
|UK Bell-founders & hangers|
|Our Internet Service Provider|