St Peter’s Church at Wellesbourne has a ring of eight bells with a tenor weighing 10cwt 0qtr 24lb tuned in the key of G. The back six bells were cast in 1681 by Henry Bagley of Chacombe, Northamptonshire and the two trebles were added 300 years later in 1981; these were cast by John Taylor Bellfounders Ltd of Loughborough.
Details of the bells can be found at: Wellesbourne Bells
The St Peter’s Guild of Bellringers currently regularly ring the bells at the following times:
Thursday Night Practice 7.30 until 9.00pm
Sunday morning 9.45 until 10.15am
evening 5.45 until 6.30pm
We also ring for weddings by request and for other special services and events throughout the year.
All ringers are welcome to join us for practice or Sunday service ringing however it is advisable to telephone beforehand.
For more details the bells or for anyone wishing to learn the art of change ringing please contact:
22 Mountford Close
Telephone 01789 840827 or Email email@example.com
Wellesbourne bellringers are members of:
The Coventry Diocesan Guild of Bellringers http://www.coventrydg.co.uk/
The Four Shires Guild http://www.fourshires.org.uk/
St Peter's Ringers ringing for the Street Fayre, June 2013