Nestling in the Nadder valley, with the river running past the churchyard, our church has 4 bells. The oldest is mediaeval, dating from about 1450. The Victorians spent time and effort on the church and the bells too were not neglected. The treble was recast in 1953 by Whitechapel and the whole peal was retuned at that time.
We ring for the 11.15 Morning Service on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month. If you would like to come and watch us, or ring with us, please contact Malcolm on 828919 or email him
We also teach people to ring. Private lessons can be easily arranged and will give you an easy and friendly introduction to the world of ringing!
Go to our Learn to Ring page for more details!
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Donhead St Andrew's Ringers: Copyright© 2004. Last updated: 12 Nov 2004