Animated ringerThe fine peal of eight bells at St Columb Major, Cornwall, are rung on Sundays at 10:15am and for weddings and other major services and local and national events. Practices are normally held on Wednesday evenings at 7:30pm (except during July & August).

Visiting ringers, either individuals or bands, are always made welcome but if you're planning to join us on a practice night do check first. Sunday ringing goes ahead without fail except on the rare occasions when there is no service. Additions and exceptions to our normal ringing times are notified in the news feed (right).

Tower from the north east


Weston-super-Mare Ringing Holiday 2016We are an active group who enjoy socialising as well as ringing together. We hold an annual dinner, a traditional coach outing, and also travel further afield for a three-day ringing holiday. This has taken us to ring at towers right across southern England from South Wales to Cambridge and down to the Isle of Wight. We are pictured (left) outside All Saints church at Clevedon in 2016; in 2018, we visited the Chippenham area.

FacebookIn addition to heralding church services, bellringing has always marked special occasions in the life of the community and country. Most recently this included ringing for the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

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Captain:Bellrope

Phil Tremain
01637-881041

Secretary:

Matthew Rodliffe
Rosedinnick East,
St Columb, Cornwall,
TR9 6EE

Vice-captains:

David Goodwin & Tamsin Nash

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