Emily learnt to ring age 7. She began Derbyshire Young Ringers Group and was previously Master of Nottingham University Society of Change Ringers. She is PRO of Southwell and Nottingham Guild of Change Ringers, Emily also judged RWNYC Summer 2018.
The above entry was written in January 2019 and was updated with the following in October 2021
She moved to Nottingham for uni and has stayed.
Fun fact: Emily only rings handbells if there’s wine and cheese involved.
Photo by Roger Lawson.
Show host, and adulty adult, Cathy Booth meets three more young ringers in this month’s episode, this time all founder members of the Young Change Ringers Association. Josephine, Emily and Matt share the aims behind the new association, discuss the support that enables young ringers to become tower captains of the future ...
This interview smashes any pre-conceptions that bellringing is something that only older people do, with an inspirational interview with a ringer in her twenties, Emily Hall. Emily started learning to ring at the age of seven and then, when aged just nine, set up the Derbyshire Young Ringers so that she could spend time i...