Great Wilbraham Guild of Change Ringers

With the exception of Fulbourn, the surrounding villages in our benefice have no 'ringable' church bells. St. Nicholas is the nearest 'ringable' tower for people living in the villages of Great Wilbraham, Little Wilbraham and Six Mile Bottom. Our membership reflects this with members from all three of these villages. We currently have over a dozen members with men and women aging from late teens to mid-sixies.

Where are we?

St Nicholas Church, Great Wilbraham, Church Street, Great Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire, CB21 5JP

The church is prominent in Church Street, a continuation of the High Street. Great Wilbraham is easily accessed from the A14 and A11. There is a mini roundabout leading to Angle End on the Westside, providing easy parking off Church Street. You can view a map of St Nicholas Church in Great Wilbraham.

When do we ring?

For regular ringing times please so to our events page.

Can you come to see us?

YES!! We always welcome visitors whether they be ringers or curious non/potential/lapsed ringers! For more information please look at our other pages or contact us.

.....and a few extra bits:

We are open to all ages and therefore we are mindful of current safeguarding practices. Several of our members hold DBS clearance from the Ely Diocese and we ensure that no fewer than two DBS cleared members are present at all GWGCR ringing events which may possibly be attended by children.

Some of our members also hold current certificates in First Aid and Basic Life Support. First aid and basic resuscitation equipment is available in the ringing room. We aim to have at least one of these members present at each GWGCR ringing event.

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