The Bell Ringers

Bells have rung out from Great Gransden church tower from at least 1658.

To learn more about the bells in the tower,
click here.



  Bell ringing practice takes place every Thursday evening from 7:30 until 9:00pm.
We also ring for Sunday services, weddings and other special occasions.

There are currently 10 ringers in the team, but new recruits are always made welcome
and expert tuition is given using silenced bells and a computer.

Please contact the Tower Captain Sheila George on
if you would like to learn more about bells and bell ringing, or would like to learn to ring.
It is a fascinating activity and we welcome all new ringers and those who have learnt elsewhere.
The church clock is also integrated with the bells, playing "tunes" on the bells every three hours.
   To find out more about our almost unique clock chiming mechanism, follow this link.

The Gransden Bell Ringers now have a Facebook page as well as their own web site where details of all their activities can be seen. 
Go to Great Gransden Bell Ringers or 

The bellringers are now Tweeting and on Instagram - find us at:

Twitter- Great Gransden Bellringers    @GBellringers

Instagram - Great Gransden Bells   great_gransden_bells

Other links about bell ringing:

   Change Ringing resources
   The Central Council of Church Bellringers
   Ely Diocesan Association of Church Bellringers


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