Bell Ringing at St Peter, Powick

Church Photo

Bells 6

Tenor Weight 19-1-19

Practice Times Wednesdays 1930-2100

Sunday Service Ringing 1015-1100 (1st & 3rd) others by arrangement

Location SO834515 SatNav Lat/Lon 52.16152, -2.24393 Map

Peals Felstead Peals


When the bells were rehung in 1997 the original diagonal 1705 framework was retained and the bells re-tuned and re-hung on new fittings. They form the heaviest ring of six in Worcestershire, they go easy and sound very nice.

The south wall of the tower is peppered with bullet holes from the English Civil Wars "Battle of Worcester" which was fought at Powick Bridge. A toilet is available in the Church. Parking in the Lane leading to the Church.


Visiting ringers or anyone wishing to learn to ring tower bells should contact the correspondent listed on this website.

All other matters relating to this Church such as Service times Weddings Funerals and Baptisms should be addressed to the local parish office. The telephone number and other details can be found via this link.

Checked June-2023