As Kelham church is in the grounds of the now privately owned Kelham Hall it is increasingly chosen as a wedding venue. With six bells now available the ringing will be enhanced from the earlier four.
Credit must be given to tower captain Martin Cooper for his commitment and effort in making this project achievable .
The work was carried out by Tom Blyth and his team at TLB Services
Whether you are a long standing member; new to ringing; or a visitor wondering if ringing might be for you, I hope you will find the site useful and informative. I would like to thank those who have built, populated and checked the new site – particularly Chris Field – and Richard Allton and Mary Stephens who for twenty years, developed and maintained our previous site which has served us so well.
The new site is designed to be easily updated so please put up news and events from around the Guild then everyone can see that ringing is alive in the Diocese and that there is something for everyone – keep a regular check on the calendar to see what’s on where. I look forward to keeping in touch with you all and with what you are doing.
Jim Crabtree, Chairman