all ringing is currently suspended due to the covid-19 outbreak
The bitter-sweet sound of just one bell or the majesty of a whole peal, has become part of the English heritage and much of the country’s history can be traced through the history of its bells.
They call us to wake, to pray, to work, to arms, to feast and, in times of crisis, to come together. Above all, bells are the sound of freedom and peace as in World War II they hung silently until the day they could ring in the peace.
The Bellringers ring regularly on Sundays: 9.45am-10.15am, before the morning service.
Practice is on Thursdays: 7.30pm-9.00pm.
We also ring for weddings and special events in the town and around the world. If you are interested in Bell ringing and would like to visit to see what it’s about you will be more than welcome. Please contact the church office.