Holy Trinity Church Bell Ringers

Holy Trinity Church bell ringers | Photograph by Lilian Tan
Holy Trinity Church bell ringers
Photograph by Lilian Tan
Holy Trinity Church bell ringers | Photograph by Barbara Mitchell
Holy Trinity Church bell ringers
Photograph by Barbara Mitchell
The youngest and oldest bell ringers at Holy Trinity in 2011: John Hinton (aged 8) and John Gipson (aged 87) | Photograph by Andrew Downs
The youngest and oldest bell ringers at Holy Trinity in 2011: John Hinton (aged 8) and John Gipson (aged 87)
Photograph by Andrew Downs

There are eight bells in the tower of Holy Trinity Church, with a ground floor ringing chamber. The tenor bell weighs 10-1-14 cwt in G. The oldest bell was cast by Tobie Norris of Stamford in 1617 and weighs 10½ cwt. It bears the inscription Non Sono Animabus Mortvorum Sed Avribus Vivent Ivm, “I sound not for the souls of the dead, but for the ears of the living”.

The bells are rung on the 1st and 3rd Sundays between 9.15am and 9.45am.

Practice night is every Wednesday evening at 7.45pm. Beginners are always welcome.  For further details contact Peter Hinton on (01763) 262045.

We are a member of the Ely Diocesan Association of Church Bell Ringers.

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