Bell Ringing

This video was made as part of a school project by one of the young people involved before the arrival of the mini ring and dumbbell.

Learning to Ring

Our objective is to provide a safe, accessible teaching environment

  • Appropriate levels of DBS Checks and safeguarding training for supervisors 
  •  Two adults present.
  • Information booklet for everyone including family on what to expect and contact details.
  • A calm supportive encouraging fun atmosphere
  • Risk management of Health and Safety, Safeguarding and Fire and Rescue.

Our teaching strategy

Hand Chimes

Hand chimes (Tone Chimes) are loved by young ringers and we play tunes using standard music sheets to encourage the understanding of the basics of musical notation. We use them in schools and church with children from the age of three.

Hand Bells

Loved by the older generation. We play these using numbers

Wacker Bars

Tuned plastic tubes – a fun way of letting off steam

Mini Ring

Suitable for everyone from three upwards. A fun way of ringing just like tower bells. When you can ring on this you progress to the dumbbell. We also use the mini ring with local schools.
We ring for Sunday service with our young children.


A very quick and safe way of teaching to ring and linked to our virtual ringers.

Virtual Ringers

Using our computer generated virtual ringers we can teach people to ring in the right place and experienced ringers can learn to ring different patterns of ringing all without the need for other ringers to help

Ringing News & Pictures

Practice night Mondays 7:30 – 9:00

Junior ringers Tuesdays 5:30 – 7:00