Wednesday, 5 December 2018

Future Events 2018

We have been booked to play at care homes in the run up to Christmas but these are not open to the public. However, we have been invited to perform at the Lion Salt Works Museum Christmas Market at Marston on Sunday 9th December and will be there from 1.30 pm.  Do come and say hello!

Sunday, 21 October 2018

In the Spring we were invited to take part in the BBC campaign Get Creative by Middlewich Library so here are some photos taken then.The youngsters really enjoyed playing with us.



We were then invited back to the Library in August where we had a young lady who really enjoyed it and even came to join us at a couple of practices afterwards.


In March we were invited to Davenham Mothers' Union with our talk "Making Music with Handbells" and as you can see from the photograph members enjoyed joining in!



We rang on Saturday, 13th October, at the Autumn Rally hosted by Sale Handbell Ringers.  Ten teams were present - the hall was full.

All the pieces played were different and very varied; classical, jazz, waltzes and pop - even a piece of music from Singapore.  The massed ringing pieces were Trumpet Chorale, Come to the Fair and Hallelujah Chorus; all conducted well by three different people - well done to all of them.

The Hallelujah Chorus was recorded and sent by phone to India - LIVE - sounded really good and we all finished together!

A brilliant day, wonderful ringing and a big thank you to Sale who did an excellent job as hosts.

Glenys Richardson
Awaiting our turn to play!


A general view!





Wednesday, 12 April 2017

As we have had new members over the past year we thought we needed a new photograph so here we are


Having gone to other Mothers' Union branches with our talk
"Making Music with Handbells" we thought it was high time
 we stayed at home!!!

At the end members had a go at
playing Golden Slumbers, which was recognisable at the first attempt!!

Wednesday, 15 March 2017

In March we took our talk "Ring Out the Bells" to St. Peters Mothers' Union at Sutton Weaver and the members enjoyed "having a go".  They did extremely well!