Ringing at Mancroft

The tower of St Peter Mancroft is one of the most historic ringing towers in the country. The first ever recorded peal was rung here in 1715 along with many other notable 'firsts'. The tower has a ring of 14 bells. 

Practice night is on Mondays from 7.45pm - 9.15pm. If you are a ringer and would like to ring, access is via the external ringers' door at the south-east corner of the tower.


We ring twice on Sundays, from 9:15am until 9:55am and again in the evening, from 4pm until 4:55pm. The Sunday evening ringing consists of general ringing on the first and third Sundays of the month and a pre-arranged quarter-peal attempt on other Sundays. It is worthwhile checking with secretary@mancroftbells.co.uk if you are planning a visit.