Bell Ringers

Last updated on October 18th, 2017 at 12:54 am

Photograg of St. Mary's Church, Walsham-le-Willows on sunny day, set against blue sky with coulds and the sunlit cemetary in the foregroundBell Ringing, or Campanology, is a sociable hobby combining as it does physical exercise with mental challenges and teamwork.  It is suitable for all ages, male and female.

The word campanology is from Late Latin campana, “bell“; and Greek -λογία, -logia.  It is the study of bells which  encompasses the technology of bells – how they are cast, tuned, rung, and sounded – as well as the history, methods, and traditions of bellringing as an art.

Every Friday evening the Walsham Ringers practice from 7.30pm to 9.00pm filling the village with sound of peeling bells.

Visitors are welcome to the bell ringing sessions to get feel for it if thinking about joining the group or just out of interest.  The group is always looking for new graphic of church bell on wheelrecruits.  Want to give it a go?  Come along on a Friday evening!

The ringers also bring their talents to Sunday services and special occasions at St Mary’s.

Read more on the Bells of St Mary’s including inscriptions and weights information.


Contact


Denise Monk | denisemonk15@hotmail.com | 01359 259 784