There are twenty five towers in the branch with bells that can be rung; over half of these being six bell towers. They stretch from Maxey in the north; Polebrook in the south; Bulwick in the west; and Peterborough (with three towers) in the east. The City of Peterborough does in fact have six rings of bells, but three are in the Ely Diocese, as the River Nene is part of the boundary between the Diocese of Peterborough and Ely.
The Branch has a regular eight bell practice once a month at Castor which does provide an opportunity for branch issues to be highlighted as necessary. The branch also uses ‘Petnet’, an email messaging system to inform members of news and announcements.
We especially welcome visitors to the branch to join in with our practices and service ringing. Please check with the tower contact to check the local ringing times.
|Assistant Ringing Master||Will Bosworth|
There are no future events planned at this time.
They will be added when available.
The 29 towers:
The branch has its own website which can be accessed here:
Peterborough Branch Website
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