Worcester Cathedral†BellsBells at Worcester Cathedral

The tower contains a ring of 12 bells, plus 3 semitone bells and a bourdon bell - a total weight of 16 tonnes. The 15 ringing bells were cast in 1928 from the metal of a previous ring by John Taylor & Co of Loughborough.

The Cathedral is unique in having a purpose-built Teaching Centre where people are taught on the 8 special training dumb-bells, linked to computers - a ringing simulator.

Follow this link for further details, including ringing times -

http://worcesterbells.co.uk

In addition to ringing before services, special peals may be rung throughout the year on certain occasions. A peal can last between 3-4 hours.†

Peals in 2018

Saturday 11 August, for the City of Worcester Festival (10am start)

Saturday 1 September, for the anniversary of the Battle of Worcester (10am start)

Sunday 11 November, half-muffled on the harmonic minor ten for Remembrance Sunday, Armistace and the 100th anniversary of the end of the Great War (12pm start)

Saturday 1 December, for Advent (10am start)

Saturday 22 December, for Christmas

Monday 31 December, half-muffled on the harmonic minor ten to mark the end of 2019 (7pm start)

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