Bellringing is a rewarding and enjoyable activity for the young, the not-so-young and all in between.  Learning to handle a bell is an art that can take a period of months to acquire,  but it does not require strength – just a willingness to learn.

The bells are normally rung from 10.15am to 10.45am for the Sunday service and for other special occasions.

Anyone interested in learning to ring ,age 16+, is invited to contact any of the bell-ringing team for more information.  If it turns out not to be for you, there is no commitment -  but most people who try ringing soon find it can be very addictive.

RINGATHON. Congratulations to our ringers who rang the bells for over 4 hours on Sunday August 27th and raised over £860 for the victims of drought, famine and disease in Somalia and Sub Sahara, Africa.

Bell ringing practice takes place on Wednesday evening from 7.30pm to 9.00pm and visitors, including non-ringers, are welcome.   Do call one of the team before you visit,  just to make sure that practice has not been cancelled.

Our Team
Tower Captain
Chris Stephens, 58 Quinnell Drive, Hailsham, Tel 01323 848992

Tower Correspondent
Lucy Stephens, 58 Quinnell Drive, Hailsham, Tel 01323 848992

Bellringers’ Treasurer
Chris Howell, 29 Beuzeville Avenue, Hailsham, Tel 01323 8418

For more information on the history of the bells and the bell tower click here

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