Bell Ringing

Ringing is from the ground floor and the band practice on a Thursday. Because of the close proximity of nearby houses and the local school, ringing by visiting bands is limited. Whilst the bells are "easy going" several are "odd struck" and this together with the moderately long draught means that they are more demanding of good bell control and a keen ear than for many other bells. Grandsire and Stedman triples are regularly rung for Sunday Service, and on practice nights with one or two visitors we often ring Cambridge and Yorkshire.

Our current band includes ringers with abilities ranging from rounds to spliced S.M. The bells are rung every Sunday before the 10 a.m. Service (not always on a 5th Sunday).

Visitors are always welcome. For further information contact the Captain of the Belltower.