Horsham Festival of Bells 250 - Saturday 9th April 2016

On 11th April 1766, the first peal in Sussex by an all Sussex band was rung at St Mary's Horsham. We cordially invite ringers and non-ringers to join us for the celebrations of the 250th anniversary of this historic event!

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Sponsored (Ap)-Peal Update!

Our Bells rang out across Bexhill on the afternoon of Sunday 27th December as a group of campanologists embarked on a three-hour challenge in aid of the life-saving charity The Anthony Nolan Trust. Included in the peal attempt to ring 5040 changes of Grandsire Triples were: - two ringers from Bexhill, one each from St Leonards, Brede Alfriston, Horsham, Crawley and one from Kent.

Julie McDonnell came up with the ‘barking mad’ (as she put it) challenge to raise funds for the charity which saves the lives of people with blood cancer  a cause very close to Julie’s heart.

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Congratulations George Francis

Two peals were rung by Sussex ringers at the weekend to mark George Francis' (Warnham) 60 years as a College Youth. Many congr

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500 years of St Peter's Twineham

St Peter's Church is one of the earliest brick built churches in Sussex, built during the 16th Century, local tradition gives this as 1516 during the reign of Henry VIII (1509-1547). Next year during the week of St Peter & St Pauls Day (29 June 2016) St Peter's Church will celebrate 500 years with services and events planned to commemorate this wonderful occasion.

To mark this historic occasion, a Book of Memories will be produced by the Parochial Church Council and we are appealing to anyone who has now, or in the past, any connection with St Pe

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