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Landbeach Bell Ringers

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Fridays - 6.30pm-8.30pm

[1st hr for children, 2nd hr for adults]

Please note:  check venue as we do ring in other churches.





to celebrate the 80th anniversary of Landbeach Village Halll


Saturday 16th July


Secretary: Barbara Le Gallez - email:

We ring the bells in the tower of All Saints' Church Landbeach. We also ring methods on handbells.

For tune ringing on handbells, contact the Cottenham Handbell Ringers - Gerald Walker, or the Bottisham Handbell Ringers, Mary Batten, (01223) 811654

More info about our bells


Bell Ringing in the News

Article in Cambridge News on Friday 22 November 2014 about ringing in late 1990s early 2000

Article in Cambridge News on Sat 30 March 2013 about us restarting open practices


Tuesdays: 14:00 to 17:00 - Learners' practice (on simulator)

Fridays: 18:30 to 20:30 - Practice night. Children generally come for the first hour and adults for the second. We start on the simulator. Between 19:00 and 20:30, we may ring the bells open. We will aim to do so for part, but not necessarily the whole, of that period.

Sundays: Ringing ½h before every church service

Visiting ringers are welcome to join us.

Learning to Ring

Ringing lessons

Contact: Barbara Le Gallez (as above) to arrange a trial lesson without obligation. Or drop in to the church when we are ringing. Or pick up one of our information leaflets from the back of the church.

Lessons are available for adults and children over 8 and cost 50p per session. We teach you at a time to suit you. Or you can join one of our group practices, listed above under Timetable.

Once you have reached a reasonable standard, you will be encouraged to join us in ringing the bells of All Saints' church prior to services.

More info about learning to ring


Click on a number to download that numbered worksheet: 1 2 3 4 5 5 answers 6

Photo Gallery

Learning to Ring Handbells

Learning to play Handbells

Quarter Peal Band

QP band

St George's Day Ringing

St George's Day ringing

Ringing Handbells during Open Day 2014

Ringing handbells at Landbeach Open Day

Making the Decorations for the Waterbeach Feast 2014

Reece, Ollie & Zac decorating the letters

Crib Service 2014

Crib service 2014

Links to other Ringing Sites

Ely DA logo


Fbook logo for Ely DA

A Poem about Bell Ringing

Found in the ringing room at St Mary's, Greaseley, Notts, author unknown:

First, may your ringing give you joy
And those outside may not annoy.

So mind you strike your very best
Then leave the bells do all the rest.

When standing in to ring a touch,
The method matters not so much

As mind and eyes and ears and hands.
With these are made the best of bands.

Video of bellringing

Thoughts on Ringing by Ringers

We asked some of our ringing friends why they enjoy bell ringing. Here are their answers:

It's a team activity that unites the generations. DC

It's better fun than watching television. CS

Not only is it a community based activity but also it’s a physical and mental skill. JW

It's challenging like chess or golf, but is cooperative rather than competitive. GC

It's a very English activity that you don't find in many other places. JBC

When ringing, I can't think about ANYTHING else; all other worries and troubles are forcibly expelled from my mind; it's the most wonderful release! FW


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