ART is a charity. The design, development and delivery of all its events and media has and is done by volunteers, all of whom are passionate about improving the teaching of bell ringing. If you are inspired to help ART in any capacity then please contact Lesley Belcher. We would be delighted to work with you.

ART Administrators

Rose Nightingale, ART Administrator

Monica, Rose and Denise are our part-time paid administrators.

» The ART Administrators

Management Committee


ART is led by a team of ringers, teachers and tutors elected by its members. It is the operational management and decision making body of ART, with responsibility for the implementation, accreditation and development of the schemes.

» Who's who



The tutors lead day courses across the UK and abroad. They are a vital link with the teachers as they work through their skills development period. Learning and skills are shared through regular communication and peer review.

» Who are the tutors?



Our success is built on the hard work of volunteers who work behind the scenes. Some bring speciialist skills from various fields whilst others donate their time and organisational abilitiles. Many members of the ART Management Committee provide specialist services on top of their management responsibilities.

» Meet our volunteers

A big thank-you to all our volunteers.

Financial supporters


Financial support is generously given by various individuals and groups who support our work. Their donations help make ART possible. If you would like to join our Supporters programme you can download a Gift Aid and Standing Order form today or for more information contact Lesley Belcher.

» Our supporters

Grateful thanks to our supporters for their generosity.

ART in your local area


As more teachers attend our day courses, more areas have sufficient numbers that they can work together – supporting and motivating each other and most importantly teaching. At its most formal this can be at an ART Teaching Centre. These are our teachers, mentors, assessors and local organisers.

» Who's who in your local area?

Thank you.