The first English ‘ring of bells’ in Asia has been hung and rung as the unique art form continues to spread around the globe. There now hangs in St Andrew’s Anglican Cathedral in Singapore a ‘ring of 12’ that is tuned and hung to be used in the full-circle change-ringing style.
Bell-ringing amongst teenagers is enjoying an unlikely resurgence after the introduction of competitive contests in church towers.
A blog by account director Ed Baker… The distinctive sound of church bells is part of the traditional Christmas experience in England, along with tasteless turkey, gaudy baubles and the monarch’s monologue. For the country’s 40,000 campanologists it is one of the busiest times of the year, and they practise their art hidden away in churches’ bell towers. Theirs is … Read More