As a result of the latest government guidance in relation to social gatherings to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, we have taken the decision to suspend all ringing at Swanton Morley until further notice.
This is not an easy decision to make as we all love our Friday nights. Many of us benefit from the positive effects ringing has on our mental health has but we feel that we must do our bit to prevent the spread of this virus and help support the NHS cope.
At these unprecedented time itís important more than ever that as a community we pull together and look after one another. Letís use this time to help others and show the best side of humanity.
So until the bells of All Saints sound out acorss the village, we hope that you and your loved ones remain safe and healthy both physically and mentally.
As well as a fresh new look, we will be bringing you updated content, new information and details on how you can become involved with the tower.
As we we prepare to launch our new site we are taking down any outdated content from as a result some old pages may no longer be there but don't worry all will be revealed soon!
Centenary Memorial Bell Appeal
Commemorating the Past and Securing the Future
In 2018, we marked both the centenary of the end of the First World War and the formation of the Royal Air Force. Both are important National Events, but also important locally with the close links Swanton Morley has with the Armed Services.
The Swanton Morley Bell Ringers wish to mark these two significant events with the casting of two new bells, one of which will be the Centenary Memorial Bell, to augment All Saints from a ring of 6 to a ring of 8. The Parochial Church Council have given us its whole hearted support,
In addition to the the augmenetation, this project is focused developing the teaching at Swanton Morley through the installation of state of the art training resources