Cinque Ports Ringing Centre

CPRC January Report

Report of activities during 2016 Forty-eight Saturday morning practices were held during the year.  The four closures were on 18th June for the Dover ringers’ outing, 1st October for the Confederation of Cinque Ports Speaker’s Day service, Christmas and New Year’s Eve.  Attendances ranged from nine on 23rd and 30th Read more…

Cinque Ports Ringing Centre

Annual Report for 2015

Attendances in 2015 ranged between eight and twenty-two, the average weekly attendance over the forty-nine practices being fourteen.  Five of the six Districts and twenty-eight towers were represented, including two from outside Kent.  Methods rung included Ashford Little Bob, Bastow Minimus and Minor, and Cloister.  Part of our remit is Read more…

Cinque Ports Ringing Centre

Rope Splicing

Seven ringers attended the rope-splicing class on Saturday afternoon, 16 January 2013, two from Chartham, one junior member of the Dover band, and four others from as far afield as Sittingbourne, Chevening and Cowden. Fids were available for everyone, either bought, brought or borrowed. Unlike a conventional marlin spike, a Read more…

Cinque Ports Ringing Centre

About the Centre

The Cinque Ports Ringing Centre was established at St Mary’s Church in Dover town centre in 2003. Since January 2004 learners’ practices have taken place here every Saturday morning from 10am to midday and are still well attended. The sound doors are closed and the bells heavily muffled for these Read more…

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