On 11th February the service is scheduled to start at 1100. Ringing will therefore be from 1000 to 1100.

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The newly updated 2017 version of the Malmesbury Bell Ringers’ Archive is now available on this site for viewing or download.  It is in a pdf format (sadly the file is too large to be made available as a Word download). Click here to download the file or access it from the Archive page.

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The bells will be rung half-muffled on Sunday 12th November 2017.

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Sunday 30th April is the Parish AGM. There is only one service in the Abbey at 11am. Ringing will be from 10am to 11am on this day only.

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The 2017 tower outing will take place on Saturday 1st July. Toweres to be visited are situated on the north-eastern side of Bristol. More details to follow.

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Robert Jones has updated his wonderful archive of Bell Ringing visits.  The new, 2016, version of the archive is now up on the website.  You can access the archive by clicking on “Archive” on the menu bar above or by clicking on this link. The archive is available as a pdf file for download (it […]

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A quarter peal was rung on Sunday 12th June 2016 to celebrate the Official 90th Birthday of Her majesty Queen Elizabeth ll. The details are: 1260 Plain Bob Triples Treble Gill Hitchings, 2 Michael Lewis, 3 Robert Bell, 4 Susan Bernau, 5 Keith Player, 6 Peter Hatherell, 7 Richard Gray (c), Tenor Lisa Fleming.  

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To mark the 90th Birthday of HM Queen Elizabeth ll we plan to ring a quarter peal of Plain Bob Triples on Sunday 12th June. The start time will be soon after 12 noon.

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As  a contribition to the BBC Festival of Music the bells will be rung sometime between 7pm & 8pm on Friday 3rd June. This is part of a nationwide collaboration so that as many church bells as possible can be rung.

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This year’s annual tower outing will take place on Saturday 20th August. We will be visiting several churches in north-west Somerset. Further details later.

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