In these extraordinary times, the ringing community has found a number of ways to keep ringing going, even whilst we are not able to ring bells for real. Practices, pub sessions and quiz nights have transferred to Zoom, Ringing Room appears to have hit it off rather well, and handbells are coming into their own – never have we seen so much love for Minimus!
Thanks to so many who have helped in building a bank of resources for ringers during this time of lockdown and social distancing.
During this period where we are not able to physically ring together, ringers are increasingly turning to online, virtual practices to develop their ringing skills and keep in touch. In this article – virtual platforms are so now – two ringers share their account of virtual ringing and offer advice on how to get started.
Missing ringing and your ringing friends? What's the best way of working together to ring and to have fun – here are some quick guides to help you choose
Just because there's not ringing, doesn't mean that there is no teaching and learning. Why not use the lockdown to continue learning and teaching? Here's some great examples ...
Of course, social media, a major part of modern society anyway, is
playing a not insignificant part in the current climate.
If you have feedback or something you'd like to add, then please contact the ART Resources Administrator
Which virtual platform or app can I use to communicate with other ringers?
If you like these resources then please share them with your ringing friends.
Thanks to all who have contributed to this library of resources.