Kington Magna ringers

Practice night

We practice on 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month, from 7.30pm – 9pm.

Sunday ringing

10.30am – 11am: 2nd Sunday of the month
10.30am – 11am: 4th Sunday of the month

Kington Magna has a keen group of ringers and welcomes new recruits. Visitors (ringers) are welcome to join us on practice night or for Sunday ringing or to visit Kington on an outing. For further details or to make arrangements please contact:

Mr. Timothy Cox
Marstan, Kington Magna, Gillingham, Dorset, SP8 5EW.
Tel.: 01747 838671 / 07817 317382  email:

Please also contact Tim if you are interested in learning to ring.

The bells

An image of a certificate showing the details of the special peal rung

Recording the peal celebrating the rehanging of the bells

Kington Magna possesses a fine ring of 5 bells, with the tenor weighing 14¾ cwt, which were restored in 2010 after much effort by the villagers and others over a number of years.


Recording a peal in memory of the Rev. Frank Llewellyn Edwards

One time Vicar of Kington Magna, the Revd. Llewellyn Edwards, Vicar for 48 years, was also a keen bell ringer and Hon. secretary and treasurer of the Salisbury Diocesan Guild of Ringers for 37 years. When he died left a bequest to the Guild which was the start of the Guild’s bell restoration fund, which is named after him. Due to the connection, Kington Magna received a particularly generous grant from the Guild towards the restoration.

Read more about the bells here.

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