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.



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LATEST INFORMATION             

14th April 2017: Subject to faculty and fund-raising it is hoped to restore and augment the unringable five at Lathbury, Buckinghamshire.

30th March 2017: A former Trinity House buoy bell to be installed as a Service bell at St Peter Port, Guernsey.

26th March 2017: Subject to faculty & fund raising the heavy  six at Child Okeford is to be replaced with a lighter ring.


20th March 2017: One of the Thomas Bond bells from Taynton is to be put on loan to the JT Bellfoundry Museum.

5th March 2017: Subject to faculty & fund raising the ring of five at Stanton Drew, Somerset is to be augmented to six.

2nd March 2017: A former Trinity House buoy bell to be installed for chiming at St Joseph’s church, Rockdale, NSW, Australia.

24th February 2017: A former Trinity House buoy bell to be installed as the tenor of the proposed ring of eight at the Alderney Ringing Centre.

7th February 2017: A change of scheme at Butterton, Staffordshire; two ex-Mirfield bells are to be used in place of 3 ex-Cheltenham bells.

7th February 2017: A small bell is to be used as the tenor in a mini-ring in Portishead, Somerset.

25th January 2017: Monkton, Kent to be augmented to six by adding two surplus bells.

16th January 2017: Another ring of bells for Australia! The latest project to be announced is the RC church of the Holy Family, Ingleburn, NSW.

14th January 2017: Two bells ex-Kirkham, St Michael to be installed at Slapton, Buckinghamshire.

7th January 2017: A light ring of eight bells is to be installed at St Mary, Dunmanway, Co. Cork, Ireland.