Welcome to the Guildford Guild Web Site

Guildford Diocesan Guild of Church Bell Ringers was founded in 1927 and is dedicated to supporting and encouraging traditional bell ringing in the churches of the Guildford Diocese. We have 64 ringing towers divided amongst four Districts and we currently have over 600 members.

We have a Young Ringers’ group which practices once a month. More information can be found on our Young Ringers section. Please encourage your young ringers to join in!

Recent Guildford Diocesan Guild ringing achievements are available: Ringing Achievements.

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Recent Posts & News

14/03/2020: Pam Bird
We are sorry to announce the sad news that Pam Bird, a Vice-President of the Guild, died peacefully in her sleep at Winton House Nursing Home in Nether Wallop,…
13/03/2020: Coronavirus – Covid-19
The CCCBR has issued the following advice: Many people are concerned about the effects of the current Coronavirus outbreak and what impact that has on us and our ringing…
27/02/2020: Team Leatherhead is famous
[caption id="attachment_9609" align="alignleft" width="1900"] Leatherhead Band[/caption] In 2018 when we rang to celebrate the centenary of the end of WWI I was asked by the ‘Pageant Master Bruno Peek’…
26/02/2020: Holy Week Training – 6th/7th April 2020
Some excellent training events are being held in the forthcoming Holy Week (when traditionally, we refrain from ringing). These are Listening skills How to 'read' a composition as set…
22/02/2020: Margaret Bale
It is with great sadness that we report the untimely death of Margaret Bale on 18th February, after a short illness. Our deepest condolences go to her husband Mike,…
14/02/2020: Guild 2020 AGM Notice & Agenda
The Annual General Meeting of the Guild will be held at 6 pm on Saturday 14th March 2020 in the Church Rooms at All Saints, Croft Lane, Crondall, GU10…
04/02/2020: Adjustable Clappers at Crondall
The Crondall ringers were concerned that some of their bells were very odd-struck and they wanted to make improvements.  Some of the bells are fitted with 'twiddle pins' that…