Witley Bellringers

In her novel "The Nine Tailors", Dorothy L Sayers wrote that bellringing was "the only loud noise which is made to the glory of God". We ring the bells to celebrate, to mourn, to call to worship and to praise God. We also ring to practise our skill: bell ringing is a deeply traditional and almost uniquely English art and there is always something new to learn. Bellringing is a very special way of serving God in our church and village. It also offers physical and mental exercise, fellowship, teamwork, and a lot of fun.

Target group: If you are a bellringer and are visiting Witley, do please join us on a Sunday or Monday (check first). If you are interested in learning to ring and you are at least 11 years old, then please contact us.

Key Contacts:

Lynda Davis - Tower Secretary

Ruth Gill - Tower Captain

Contact Number: 01483 429621 (Ruth Gill)

Email address: ruthgill.home@talktalk.net

Dates/ Times of activity: Practice night: Monday evenings 8pm to 9.30pm by arrangement. Please check first.

Sunday morning service ringing 9.30am to 10.00am.

The Guildford Diocesan Guild of Church Bell Ringers is dedicated to supporting and encouraging traditional bell ringing in the churches of the Guildford Diocese.