Molly Smith learnt to ring when she was 13/14, at a little church just outside of Brighton called Keymer. Molly is now at university and rings at Bath Abbey where she’s been given the opportunity to build back her memory of methods that she was learning pre-lockdown. She says that ringing with the Lilliputters Guild has given her so much confidence and she has grown as a ringer and as a person and made some incredible friends for life. Molly rang in the Sussex Young Ringers team at the Ringing World National Youth Contest in 2018 and 2019, they were amazing experiences and she would encourage any young ringer to seize the opportunity if given it!
This entry was written in October 2021.
What’s got 40 members, stretches across a large part of the country and is a brilliant way to have fun, improve your ringing and make friends? Well, if you are a young bell ringer, the answer must surely be the Liliputters. Not, as host Cathy Booth discovers, a group from the fictional kingdom of tiny people, but ...