Ringing Remembers Resources
- Click here for the DDA Ringing Remembers customisable poster (A4 but can be printed at other sizes) and other Ringing Remembers information.
- Click here to order ready-printed Ringing Remembers flyers and A3 posters.
- Click here for Ringing Remembers information and resources on the CCCBR website.
- Click here to Register as a Ringing Remembers ringer.
Easy Ways to Promote Ringing at Your Tower
- Display a notice with ringing times and contact details in the church porch or outside notice board. Download one from the Porch Notice section below.
- Keep a stock of ringing flyers with your tower contact details on for giving to non-ringers and putting out in church. Download one from the Flyers section below and customise it with your tower’s details and ringing times or contact PRO@derbyda.org.uk.
- Encourage wedding couples to see what they are paying for after they book the bells for their wedding by inviting them to your practice: explain about ringing and give them a backstroke taster lesson and a flyer. Perhaps arrange it so they can pay the bell fee at the same time.
- Put a display inside your church about ringing locally: your bells, your ringers and your ringing achievements. Make use of open ground-floor ringing chambers and tower doors as display areas. Put some flyers nearby.
- Use a colourful display about ringing when you open the tower for visitors or to use when you give a presentation. Download the pages you require from the Displays section below.
- Send a photograph and short article about your ringing for a special event to local newspapers and magazines. If your article is people-focused and cheerful it is likely to get published.
- Contact your local radio station about your forthcoming event or ringing achievement to get a mention on the radio.
- Use the Bell Ringing Derbyshire Facebook page to promote your ringing and share it with your friends.
- Ensure that your church website has a bell ringing section with links to and from this website (http://www.derbyda.org.uk).
- For further ideas and advice, download the CCCBR Engaging with the Public leaflet, explore cccbr.org.uk/pr/advice, or email PRO@derbyda.org.uk.
Flyers – keep a stock for giving to non-ringers
Download and customise flyers for your tower, church leaflet stand or event:
- Download this PDF onto your computer: Bell Ringing Flyer.
- Open the PDF, click in the Contacts section and type in your contact details (ideally a name and phone number plus your tower’s @derbyda.org.uk email address, plus other information e.g. ringing times, website, Facebook page, etc) (maximum 2 lines of text).
- Print on one side at a time then turn over the paper and print the same on the reverse and cut in half.
Porch Notice – display essential information about ringing at your tower
Download and customise a notice to display in your church porch, external noticeboard or tower door:
- Download this PDF onto your computer: Tower Porch Notice.
- Open the PDF, click in each of the 4 sections and type in the details (1: Tower name and/or a short introduction/description; 2: Bell details; 3: Normal ringing times; 4: Contact details ideally a name and phone number plus your tower’s @derbyda.org.uk email address and relevant websites and social media pages).
- Print and display!
Tower Open Day Poster
Download and customise a poster for your tower open day:
- Download this PDF onto your computer: Tower Open Day Poster.
- Open the PDF, click in each of the 4 sections and type in the details (1: Tower name/location; 2: Date; 3: Times; 4: Contact details and/or more information about the open day).
- Print as many as you need!
Here are clear and colourful displays about ringing.
Please feel free to download as much as you would like to use.
- About bells and bell ringing
- How bells are rung
- Benefits of bell ringing
- A typical bell tower – cutaway
- Your perfect hobby? Lists the benefits of bell ringing, describing it as the perfect hobby – and a comprehensive list it is too. May be used as a display poster or additional flyer.
Produced by Sue Hall: Sue is happy for anything to be used providing her name is kept on the copy.
Acknowledgement: Some images used in this material have been sourced from the internet.