Ringing at Kildwick

We have a new band of ringers at Kildwick.  We have been training a brand new band of ringers since April this year and we were delighted to ring together for a Sunday Service the first time at the beginning of August.

We ring from the ground floor and the tower is one of the only six in the country to have “Yorkshire tail ends”.

We are keen to welcome visitors, either at 9.30 on a Sunday morning or at 7.30 on a Thursday evening.  We are right by the Leeds-Liverpool canal, so if you are passing, please don’t…

For up-to-date news of the activities of the Kildwick ringers, please visit our own dedicated site at kildwickringers.org.uk

If you are planning a visit or want to make contact, you can do this by email: tower@kildwickringers.org.uk

The younger ones

Kildwick C of E Primary School is right by the school and it seemed a good plan to introduce some of the pupils a bit about bellringing.  The Kildwick MiniRingers meet on a Thursday afternoon during term time.  In our first year, we have learned about ringing changes as well as tunes on handbells; we’ve competed in the Skipton Music Festival (and come home with an enormous cup!); we’ve done some bell handling on our minibell and we’ve performed at services.  In the summer term we even prepared the moulds and cast a set of real metal bells!

Read more about the MiniRingers on our own website at miniringers.org,uk