District practice at Southwark

31st August 2005

Southwark Cathedral   Southwark Ringing Room


Nearly 30 ringers ventured out of Kent for the district's annual trip to London. The standard of ringing was generally good on what are not easy bells. There were plenty of people ringing here for the first time but everyone rang at least rounds on 12. Grandsire Caters, Little Bob Royal and the new front eight were also rung. There was the chance to go up on the roof and enjoy the views over London as the sun set.


Going over to The Maket Porter for a drink or two afterwards rounded off the evening nicely.


Southwark Bells

Lowering the tenor

Southwark Bells.

Tenor bottom left, 11th bottom right.

The H is the device to turn the clappers over as the two back bells can only be rung up wrong.

The new sharp 2nd is under the grill (middle left).

Lowering the tenor.

Slightly different from the 3cwt tenor at Foots Cray that Clare normally rings!

London from the Southwark roof

Outside The Market Porter

London from the Southwark roof.

Enjoying a pint outside The Market Porter


The Southwark bellringers hold practices approximately every fortnight to which everybody is welcome. Details of forthcoming practices can be found on the Southwark Bellringers Website


Southwark bells ringing




Page last updated: 22 September 2005