The church has a long tradition of bell-ringing, with many families - many of them from the surrounding farms - providing ringers over several generations.
Today's ringers are a more diverse crowd, but they are passionate about maintaining the tradition that has seen bells rung to celebrate weddings, funerals, jubilees, truces and Remembrance Days, not to mention Sunday services, for hundreds of years.
We also look for opportunities to ring in neighbouring towers, and have even `helped' the ringers at Exeter Cathedral to ring their peal of fourteen bells!
One of our proudest achievements has been to add to the certificates of old that hang in the tower with one of our own - coming fourth (out of four!) in the novice section of the last competition before lockdown.
Ringing is slowly being re-introduced after Covid, and the ringers will soon be looking for new recruits.
Meanwhile have a look at the videos we have produced, to get an idea of how important bell ringing is to the life of the village