Bells and Ringing
The High Framland Benefice has a team of bell ringers who ring for Sunday services and practice on a Monday night from 7.30 – 9.00 pm. Service and practice ringing takes place on a rota basis depending on ringers being available. To enable us to ring for every service we are looking for new recruits to strengthen our team of ringers.

 Ringing is unique in giving opportunities for not only physical exercise, but also mental challenges, team working, musical and architectural appreciation, travel opportunities, and all this at little or no cost to you.

There is no spiritual prerequisite, although you could add this to the list of opportunities if you wished to do so. 

If you are interested in ringing for Sunday service, attending practice nights or learning to ring please contact Andrew Shipman at [email protected] for further details.

Visiting bands are welcome to ring at our towers on outings.
Our towers are all affiliated to the Melton District of the Leicester Guild and also the Society of Framland Ringers.
...The High Framland Benefice has the following towers with five or more bells

Branston, St Guthlac

  Croxton Kerrial, St John the Baptist

Harston, S Michael & All Angels

Saltby, St Peter

Sproxton, St Bartholomew