Look To!

Look To! (December 2022)

I’ve now been editing Look To! for over a year and how time has flown! Since then, we’ve had a new master and a new monarch. While tragic, the death and funeral of Queen Elizabeth II and proclamation of the new king has really put ringing in the public eye.

With muffles coming on and off and flags going up and down, it has been a busy time for ringers, and hopefully the ‘Ring for the King’ campaign in the new year will attract a number of new recruits. Never be afraid to plug ringing in conversation with friends.

This edition is coming out a little early to account for postal strikes, but should be out around the start of Advent, so I’ll wish you all a Merry Christmas.

Look To! December 2022

Samuel Canning (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Look To! (September 2022)

Roll up, roll up for the latest edition of everyone’s favourite SCACR Eastern District Newsletter. Enjoy reports of outings at Crowhurst and Salehurst, information on the Hooe restoration, some tips for learning Stedman and much more.

I’m also excited to introduce a new feature – a serial story, which I hope will keep readers coming back to the newsletter!

As I write, the Association Memorial Weekend is about to get underway. Look out for details in the next edition, which will be published in December.

STOP PRESS – I have just received a word of the death of Queen Elizabeth II, so the publication of this edition will be a little delayed Many towers in the District will ring for this occasion and I would welcome reports of such ringing.

Look To! September 2022

Samuel Canning (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Look To! Platinum Jubilee Special (July 2022)

 Welcome to the Platinum Jubilee Special edition of Look To!, where you can read all about the exciting ringing in the Eastern District marking this historic occasion.
We are currently planning a weekend of memorial ringing in honour of Alan Baldock at the beginning of September. Look out for more information on this over the next month.

Look To! July 2022

Samuel Canning (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Look To! (June 2022)

Hello everyone! Summer is here, and many of us will be getting away. We’d love to hear all about your exciting adventures, especially those involving bells. On the other hand, when you are in Sussex, look out for some exciting events in this District and others. In this issue, read all about a ringing meeting in Bexhill, a milestone at the Forewood Ring and meet Chris Taylor, who oversees music at St Mary’s Hailsham.
The next edition will be a special Jubilee edition, featuring all the ringing from the Eastern District. Send in details of the ringing festivities at your tower by he end of July.

Look To! June 2022

Samuel Canning (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Look To! (March 2022)

Happy New Year everyone (although it won’t be that new by the time you read this). I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas, and we eagerly look forward to seeing plenty of ringers at the upcoming year’s events.
Unfortunately, we must also report the sad passing of Alan Baldock after a brief illness. Alan was an integral member of the ringing community in both this District and beyond and our thoughts go out to Christine and her family.
Performances in memory of Alan can be found here - Ringing World BellBoard

Look To! March 2022

Samuel Canning (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

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