The Essex Association of Change Ringers   President: The Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Chelmsford

What do you use the website for?

The Comms & PR Workgroup have been looking at our website with a view to modernising it and including new features that will help both existing ringers and anyone stumbling across our site for something new and interesting to do.

As part of that work we have examined a number of other Association websites to come up with a list of features we might like to incorporate into our new site. We were very grateful to Martin Spittle of the Truro Guild who met with some of us to talk through how their site is set up and run. We were very excited about some of the features they use.

Most Association websites try to be both an intranet, outward facing to people who know nothing about bellringing, as well as an intranet of information for its own members and a repository for resources supporting PR, training, history etc.

Whilst we could come up with a specification for what we think an updated site might look and feel like, we feel its important to find out what our own members use the site for and what is most important to them about it.

To help gather that information we have set up a short survey, which is available to complete at https://forms.gle/A6tk7wDyQnGCm6Bp6 and would ask that as many people complete it as possible, even distributing it to members in your tower, those that do use the site already and those that don't. Your responses will help us decide what is important to elevate functionality for. The survey can be accessed here. If you'd like a printed copy to complete and return by post please contact me at

We would be grateful for responses back by 31st August 2022 to give us time to review and include in our update to the Association Trustees and Managements Committee in October.

Vicki Chapman
Communications Officer

(Wednesday 29 June 2022)

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