(Additions in red)
Maggie Ellis and Betty & Mike Rice (St. Michael, Basingstoke), Barry Pointer (Bishopstoke), Drew Craddock (Hursley), Susan Clutterbuck (Mottisfont), John Davey (Ringwood), Andrew Glover (Romsey), Sarah Cooney (St. Mary Bourne), Sue Craddock (Sparsholt), Micki Nadal (Stockbridge), Tricia Spink (Winchester Cathedral), John Croft (unattached)
|Dorothy Cherrett (LM)||St John, Bournemouth|
|Peter J Clarke (Independent Examiner since 1992)||Bishopstoke|
|David Hughes (LM)||Buriton|
|Gerald Lambert||King’s Somborne|
|Barrie Linnecor||Vale, Guernsey|
|Antony J M Perkins||East Meon|
|R Andrew Routh (LM)||Steep|
|Carol Ward||Candover Valley|
|Jean Kelly||formerly of Candover Valley|
|Arthur L Pooles||formerly of Wootton St Lawrence|
|Ronald Sherman||formerly of Ringwood|
|Colin Slade||formerly of New Alresford|
Pete Jordan proposes and Helen Woolford seconds that the election of Steve Lamb be confirmed.
Tony Smith proposes and Michael Church seconds the election of Charlotte Colliss.
Allan Yalden proposes and Helen Woolford seconds that the Minutes of the last meeting be adopted.
Maggie Cobb of Milford-on-Sea
General Treasurer (and accounts)
Librarian and Archivist
Public Relations Officer
Striking Competitions Committee
Belfry Stewardship Committee
Steve Lamb proposes and Allan Yalden seconds that the reports be adopted.
Trustees’ Report and Accounts for 2020
Note. The Ringing Schools Committee was originally established with the aim of considering how the Guild might adopt teaching centres in the Guild area modelled on the Birmingham School of Ringing. As part of the plans for post-pandemic ringing recovery, a number of teaching hubs are being established, largely superseding the original intention. It therefore now seems more appropriate to provide support to these new teaching hubs through sharing of best practice, and for the Guild to maintain a list of such hubs and the facilities that each of them offers. The committee would also have the information available to act as an initial point of contact for any new ringers who approach the Guild instead of their local tower.
Andy Ingram proposes and Sallie-Louise Ingram seconds on behalf of the Ringing Schools Committee that the Committee’s name and terms of reference be revised. Specifically that the following rules be amended by deleting the words struck through and inserting the words underlined.
9.b.v. APPOINTMENT OF COMMITTEES Ringing Schools Teaching Hubs
10.e. TERMS OF REFERENCE OF COMMITTEES Ringing Schools Committee. To teach members bell-handling to a good and safe standard. Teaching Hubs Committee. To provide advice on setting up teaching hubs, to maintain a record of those teaching hubs established in the Guild area, together with a record of the facilities offered and teachers active within those hubs, to provide an initial point of contact for potential new ringers who wish to learn to ring, and to provide a forum for sharing of experiences and best practice between teaching hubs.
|11th September 2021||RWNYC, Worcester|
|20th November 2021||Executive Committee Meeting on Zoom|
Saturday 11th June 2022 in the Alton and Petersfield District.
Any other business (as notified in advance)
Health and Safety policy - help needed
Social Media policy