Open week at Tul­loch Bell­ring­ing Cen­tre De­cem­ber 1-7

Change Ring­ing is . . . a team sport, a mu­si­cal per­for­mance, an an­tique art, a de­mand­ing pat­tern-based ex­er­cise and it keeps you fit all at once

The Oban Times - - LEISURE -

A RINGER in Scot­land is im­me­di­ately part of the Scot­tish As­so­ci­a­tion of Change Ringers and welcome to ring in In­ver­ness, Dunkeld, In­ver­aray, Stir­ling, Glas­gow, Al­loa, Dum­fries, Dun­blane, Ed­in­burgh, Pais­ley, Aberdeen, Dundee and St Andrews: see www. for more in­for­ma­tion.

As you would ex­pect from a so­cia­ble, team, mu­si­cal/rhyth­mi­cal ac­tiv­ity, it is a great way of mak­ing new friends.

The Tul­loch Ring­ing Cen­tre is a pur­pose-built fa­cil­ity al­low­ing novice ringers the op­por­tu­nity to de­velop their skills in safety and com­fort. The fa­cil­ity has two peals of bells and a state-of-the-art ring­ing sim­u­la­tor which al­lows the novice to ring with a team of sim­u­lated ex­pert ringers – con­tin­u­ally vy­ing for a bet­ter score re­flect­ing im­proved ac­cu­racy of strik­ing. We are hold­ing an open week for Lochaber residents to find out more about this in­trigu­ing hobby.

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