The tower of St Peter Mancroft is one of the most historic ringing towers in the country. The first ever recorded peal was rung here in 1715 along with many other notable 'firsts'. The tower has a ring of 14 bells. 

Practice night is on Mondays from 7.45pm - 9.15pm. The bells are rung every Sunday before the two main Sunday services from 9.15am - 9.55am and from 5.45pm - 6.25pm. If you are a ringer and would like to ring, access is via the external ringers' door at the south-east corner of the tower.

If you would like to learn how to ring, the Mancroft Ringing Discovery Centre has eight training bells and offers facilities for bellringers at all levels. Click here to find out more.

If you would like to know more about ringing at St Peter Mancroft please visit the ringers' website.

For more information on the ringing heritage at St Peter Mancroft click here.