Visit All Saints
Whether you can already ring, would like to learn or simply want to see what the ringers do, there will always be a warm welcome awaiting you.
If you would like to come along to our practice night, we advise to check our Facebook or Twitter feeds just incase the practice has been relocated or cancelled.
Visiting bands regularly choose All Saints as their destination for either a tower outing or for a quarter peal or peal attempt. Click one of the links below to find out more information.
In the mighty 100 foot tower of All Saints are housed 6 bells, the eldest of which were cast in 1625.
Arrange a visit to ring
Find out John Draper, a redundant church and the village have all played a part in the current ring of 6.
Information pack for visiting ringers who are coming to All Saints as part of a peal or quarter peal attempt or as part of an outing.
Information includes facilities available at the church, location of parking, the layout of the ringing chamber as well as health an safety information,
Non-ringers are more than welcome to come along to a Friday night practice to discover what ringing is all about.
Discover ringing at All Saints
In addition to seeing the ringers in action, visitors are able to take a brief tour up to the bell chamber to see the six bells.
We are sure by the time you leave you'll no longer be a non-ringer!