Membership renewals 2015
Published: Tuesday, 06 January 2015 21:54
Membership subscriptions for 2015 are now due and remain unchanged for Adults at £8 with an increase for Juniors to £4. The yellow forms have been mailed to your tower correspondent - please do ensure you check your details are correct. We ask that each tower pays their total subscription by cheque (or BACS) to their district secretary by 31 January so do please ensure that you have made your payment as appropriate to your tower in the next two weeks.
NEW MEMBERS WELCOME
The new rules allow for new members to join the Association immediately, as long as the appropriate membership form has been completed with a proposer and seconder. A blank form has been sent to each tower correspondent to copy and is available on the website. The guidelines on membership were recently updated and are as follows:
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SCACR Rules Adopted
Published: Thursday, 13 November 2014 11:02
The new set of Association Rules were adopted an an EGM on 27th September. Full details and the final rules can be found on the Minutes page and the
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Festival of Bells - Alfriston, 12 July 2014
Published: Tuesday, 17 June 2014 22:39
The Festival of Bells takes place at Alfriston on 12th July from 11am to 4pm.
There's plenty planned for ringers and non-ringers:
Striking Competition with a difference to suit all abilities. Everyone will enter individually and the teams will be drawn so that every team has a mixture of abilities. This way everyone gets a chance to win! [No chance for those clever towers to run away with all the prizes]. View Rules.
Open ringing and practice on the bells from 11am. Entries close at 1.30pm and the competition will start at 2pm. You will be told what team you are in and what time your team is ringing.
Meanwhile take part in the Treasure Hunt; have a go on the Bell Meadow mini ring; listen to Handbells in the Clergy House or have a go yourself on the Tye; enjoy refreshments in the village hall or in there are plenty of places to eat and drink in the High Street; Check out the Exhibition.
So much to see and do in so little time! See the attached poster for full details. Festival_of_Bells_Poster_July_2014.pdf
Travel by train or bus and include a walk along the river to pick up the Rambler Bus (known to some as the Beer Bus) - there's lots of information available
Sussex Day 16 June 2014
Published: Friday, 06 June 2014 22:25
Enthusiasm for celebrating our county of East and West Sussex is growing, so if there is an event near your tower, you might like to join in by having a tower open day, or just by ringing?
Sussex Day was created in 2007 to celebrate the heritage and all that’s good about Sussex. The date, 16 June, was chosen because it is St Richard's Day – which marks the life of St Richard, who was Bishop of Chichester from 1245 until his death in 1253. In medieval times West Sussex was an important place of pilgrimage. Thousands made their way to the shrine of St Richard at Chichester cathedral every year.
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