Anglo-German project to commemorate Armistice Day hopes to draw in bellringers from around the world

The British and German governments are issuing a unique joint appeal to communities across the world to ring their church, military and other bells in unison on Armistice Day to mark the hundredth anniversary of the end of the first world war.

Across the UK, many thousands of bellringers at more than 3,000 towers are already preparing to join the international initiative to celebrate the day the guns fell silent after more than four years of fighting – and the peace and friendship that now exists between former enemies.

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