Old Church Tower and remained there until 1893 when they were re hung in the New
Church – 16 years after it opened in 1877. This makes them one of the oldest fixtures in the
and our heritage ever since. It’s fair to say they have created a soundtrack to Britain’s
historic moments; they have called out in times of joy, celebration and have tolled
empathetically in times of grief and sorrow. Whether it’s just one bell or a whole peal a lot
of history can be traced through bells.
together. Above all, bells are the sound of freedom and peace; in WorldWar II they hung
silently until the day they could ring out again to mark peace.
If you are a ringer, and wish to attend our practice, please Contact Us before travelling to ensure the practice is taking place to avoid a wasted journey.
Sunday Service: By arrangement
This is an opportunity not to be missed!
We're for those interested to come and have a go at ringing a church bell; It is an experience you'll never have tried before! (Unless of course you have been a ringer in the past in which case please come back & help us!)
As an added bonus is it's free & open to anyone over the age of ten years! You can come along as a family group as it’s for all ages!
There are steps to climb but it’s well worth it to have lots of fun, make new friends & keeps you fit in mind & body!
Please Contact Us for more information or to get in touch about the bells.
Please note the tower is not open to the public.