We are now ringing, however please contact the tower captain if you wish to visit as we sometimes struggle for numbers, so we might only be ringing on 6

With Covid infections now appearing to last longer, up to 17 days in one of my friend's case. If you are recovering from Covid, please don't return until you have a negative LFT. thanks Brian Crawley   

St Mary's has a peal of 8 bells, tenor 19-1-4 in E

There is a strong band of ringers, which regularly ring on a 

Thursday 20:00-21:30 for practice

Sunday 09:00-09:30 for morning worship

Contact Tower Captain - Brian Crawley

The bells were cast by various bellfounders between 1590 and 1768.  Note: for weights of bells the foundries and ringers continue to use hundredweights (cwt.), quarters (qtr.) pounds (lb.).  The tenor, the heaviest bell of the ring, weighs 19cwt.1qtr.4lb. (1000 kg). 

Ringing links:

The Ringing World (the bellringers’ weekly journal)

We are part of the Hertford County Association of Change Ringers

Hemel Bells