With a collective age of over 1,500 years the six bells of All Saints have provided the soundscape to life in Swanton Morley for close to four centuries.
Whilst marking signficiant national and local events, the ringers of All Saints have always been mindful of the future, teaching members of the public how how to ring so that the art of bell ringing is passed on to future generations.
We hope you enjoy taking a look around our website and who knows maybe we will get the pleasure of welcoming you to the tower in person.
Our Mission and Vision for Ringing
to ensure that the art of bell ringing continues and thrives at All Saints for future generations
To mark important events and milestones both local and national throught the ringing of bells.
Celebrate those important milestones in life and our community through the pealing of the bells.
Discover how these three words impact all that we do at All Saints and how they are ensuring that the bells of All Saints stay part of village life for centuaries to come.
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