Useful links and suggestions.
- Getting fit for ringing – article in Ringing World 24th May 2019 https://ringingteachers.org/application/files/2116/1623/3632/Yoga_for_Ringers.pdf
- There is a webinar on the St Martin’s Guild website at https://stmartinsguild.org/teaching/training-and-resources/exercises-to-support-us-back-into-ringing/
- Video from the Peterborough Guild at the end of the ART toolbox page on getting fit to ring at https://ringingteachers.org/survival-and-recovery-toolbox/fit-to-ring/
- New Webinar – ART Survival & Recovery Toolbox – 1st May 2021
As the time approaches where we will be able to resume ‘proper’ ringing, I am sure some people are wondering where to start. One way to do this is by making use of the ‘Association of Ringing Teachers’ (ART) Survival & Recovery Toolbox.
There is a lot of information available and at first sight it can look a little daunting, therefore two members of ART (Lesley Belcher & David Sparling) have kindly agreed with the L&D Group, to provide an introduction to this Toolbox on Saturday 1st May 2021 at 10am.
To register for this Webinar, please use this link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_LCTLUMEERGOBajHyBRp6vg
To coordinate the flow of ideas and information, ringing societies have been asked to identify Survival and Recovery Champions. Information has been sent to them for distribution in their area. The intention is not to create an administrative burden, but a mechanism to share, receive and distribute information promptly and more importantly, relevant to that area. If you think this is a progressive idea, which will help maintain your fellow ringers’ interest in ringing, contact your Association or Guild secretary for more details. And if you wish to become a Champion you can contact Annie direct at email@example.com (Annie Hall, Coventry Diocesan Guild of Church Bellringers)