Eastbourne's Church Bells

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Eastbourne in East Sussex has five churches with bells that are hung for change ringing:

Visitors are most welcome at all our towers

enquiry@eastbourneringers.org.uk

We regret that all bellringing is cancelled until further notice

St Mary the Virgin, Church Street, Old Town BN21 1BW

8 bells in F 15-2-22 Dove entry

Practices are held at the parish church on the 1st*, 2nd and 3rd Tuesday evenings of the month 7.30-9.00

* Unless a quarterly St Saviour's practice is scheduled - see below *

Enter via the north door (under the arch). If arriving late please call 07398 495919 for entry

Sunday ringing is 9.15-9.45 am. Church website

Access via spiral staircase located inside the church adjacent to font

Christ Church with St Philip, Seaside BN22 7NN

8 bells in G# 8-3-0 Dove entry

Practices are generally held on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Tuesday evenings of the month 7.30-9.00

Sunday ringing is 10.00-10.30 am. Church website

Access via spiral staircase located outside at base of tower

All Saints', Grange Road, Meads BN21 4HE

8 bells in E 18-1-0 Dove entry

Practices are held on Monday evenings 7.30-9.00

Sunday ringing is 9.30-10.00 am. Church website

Access via spiral staircase located outside at base of tower

St Saviour and St Peter, South Street, Town Centre BN21 4UT

10 bells in D 24-1-23 Dove entry

Practices are held quarterly (Jan, Apr, Jul, Oct) on 1st Tuesday evenings 7.30-9.00

Sunday service ringing takes place on the last Sunday every month 10.00-10.30 am. Church website

Access via spiral staircase located inside church porch

St Mary the Virgin, Church Street, Willingdon BN20 9HT

6 bells in Ab 10-1-14 Dove entry

Practices are held on Thursday evenings 7.30-8.30

Sunday ringing is 6.00-6.30 pm. Church website

Ground floor ring, entrance located outside at base of tower

Additionally, the following towers are within striking distance of Eastbourne:

Alfriston, St Andrew

Hailsham, St Mary

Pevensey, St Nicholas

Seaford, St Leonard

Westham, St Mary the Virgin

See all Sussex towers at SCACR