Yorkshire Association

The YACR is one of the largest ringing associations in the country – the largest geographically and one of the larger in terms of the number of members. More than 350 of our churches have four or more bells hung for full-circle ringing, and our bell repair fund (BRF) is available to help enthusiastic communities restore and augment existing rings and create new ones.

The Association is divided into nine branches and also has a very active Young Ringers group. You can find out all about each group’s activities by clicking on the links for each area above.

We also have a proud tradition of peal ringing, and records of these peals, dating back to the earliest in 1875, can be found on this website.

We hope that you will find this website helpful, whether you are already a member of the YACR, whether you haven’t yet learned to ring, whether you are an existing ringer who is visiting the area or would like to join us, or if you are simply looking for more information about ringing.

 

Sunday Service Band Striking Competition 2019 RESULTS

21st September at Thorner

 

1st - Leeds Minster (7)

2nd - Ripon Catherdral (15)

3rd - York Minster (19)

4th - Pickering (20)

5th - Rotherham Minster (21)

6th - Selby Abbey (40)

7th - Ilkley (50)

8th - Silkstone 

 

Winning team Striking competition trophy
The winning team and... receiving the trophy from the judge
Upcoming Events
8/10/12 bell practice
Halifax Minster

18th October 2019 7.30pm to 9.00pm
Western Branch

8/10/12 Bell Practice 

Our usual practice on higher numbers of bells.

All welcome.

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Quarter Peal Weekend

25th October 2019 All weekend
Central Branch

The Central Branch quarter peal weekend is on the horizon and we'd love to fill bell board with quarter peals from the branch.  
 
It's an ideal time for learners who

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Ringing meeting
Handsworth and Beighton

2nd November 2019 1530 to 1900
Sheffield and District Branch

The November branch ringing meeting is on Saturday 2nd November.

Ringing at Handsworth 1530 to 1630.

Tea at Beighton at 1700 followed by ringing 1800 to 1900.

All welcome.

Please provide names for tea

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