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Janet Winter

01507 578676

Sue Sutcliffe

01507 578491

Bill Goodall

01507 578650

Karen Ward

01507 578637

Jack Goldie

01507 578416

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01507 578783

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RINGING IN THE VILLAGE

 

 

Perched high inside the tower of St Margaret's Church are three bells each cast at the Whitechapel Bell Foundry in London

in 1764. Rung from the ringing chamber half way up the church tower (with a good view of the whole church interior) a full     bell ringing session requires concentration, timing and is guaranteed to get the blood moving even on the coldest night.

 

The Hemingby bells are comprised as follows;

 

IT WAS INSTALLED BY MESSRS

MADDISON AND BLYTHE

OF HORNCASTLE IN

AROUND 1895

 

 

 

Bell ringing takes place on a regular schedule to keep the bells in good order and to provide practice for the ringers. Our skills are called upon for services, weddings and funerals. The Hemingby bell ringers are always looking for people to join the group and to expand the skills of local ringers. If you are interested please let us know and come along to a practice night to see if you would like to learn more.

HEMINGBY BELL RINGERS

ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH

WEDNESDAY EVENINGS - 18:30

CALL: MARGARET GREENAWAY

01507 578456

 

DID YOU KNOW?

 

THE FAMOUS

(IN HEMINGBY AT LEAST)

RED CLOCK WAS MADE BY

EDMUND HOWARD

OF CHELSEA IN 1787.