Bell ringing is excellent exercise requiring teamwork and commitment, skill and concentration.
There have been bell ringers at Worth since 1684 and if you would like to help us continue this tradition, we practise on Thursdays, 1930 to 2100 at St. Nicholas, Worth, or contact the Parish Office who will put you in touch with the appropriate person.
We ring for the Sunday Eucharist from 0900 to 0945 and visiting bell ringers are always welcome.
Bell ringers at the tower are members of The Sussex County Association of Change Ringers, enabling our ringers to practise at other towers in the county, as well as attend the Association’s social functions.
Our lightest bell is 2½ times the weight of an average man; the heaviest 6 times and the bells are rung full circle, through 360 degrees. For details of our project to ring in commemoration of the those who died in the world wars, click here, or for more on our history, click here.
If you would like to join us, we would love to see you!