Thursday evenings: 7.30 pm.
Sunday morning: 9.30 am; Evensong: 6:00 pm.
We also ring for weddings throughout the year.
If you wish to arrange for the bells to be rung at your wedding, please click here to contact the Parish Office.
Captain of the Tower:
John Sutton 01384 820325 or 07956675990 or email@example.com
St. Mary's tower dates from the late 14th century.
It houses eight bells rung from a ringing chamber above the west porch. Records exist of all peals rung at Oldswinford since 1894.
Click here to listen to the bells ringing Stedman Triples.
Click here to listen to the bells ringing Old Swinford Surprise Major
Description of the bells
|Treble||John Taylor||Loughborough||1902||25 ins||4-1-15||To the Glory of God and to commemorate the wedding day of William Cochrane and Eliza Collis. May 11th 1859|
|2||John Taylor||Loughborough||1902||26 ins||4-2-13||To the Glory of God and to commemorate the wedding day of William Cochrane and Eliza Collis. May 11th 1859|
|3||Matthew Bagley||Chacombe||1687||27 ins||5-0-1||Mathew Bagley made mee. 1687|
|4||Matthew Bagley||Chacombe||1686||28.5 ins||5-1-14||Cantate Domino Canticum Novum M.Bagley 1686|
|5||Henry Bagley||Chacombe||1686||30.5 ins||5-1-14||Henry Bagley made mee 1686|
|6||John Taylor||Loughborough||1902||33 ins||6-2-18||Recast by John Taylor & Co Loughborough Leicestershire 1902|
|7||Matthew Bagley||Chacombe||1686||37 ins||8-0-24||Mathew Bagley of Chacom made mee 1686|
|Tenor||Abel Rudhall||Gloucester||1740||40 ins||10-3-12 |
|I To the Church The Living Call And to the Grave do Summon All A R 1740|