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Ringers at All Saints

The current band & officers 

Famous ringers at All Saints 

All Saints band over the years 

Former ringers and officers 

Did you know? : The clock was installed by Thwaites & Read of Clerkenwell in 1817.

Some of the band

Ringers in 2002  

Tower officers

John Harrison
Tower Foreman
Jon Tutcher
Deputy Foreman
Nigel Mellor
Ringing Master

Jon Tutcher
Kristin Futch
Steeple Keeper

Details and contact information for the current officers  

 Famous All Saints ringers 

  F E RobinsonReverend F E Robinson is buried in All Saints churchyard. He was a prolific ringer, being the first person ever to ring 1000 peals. He was also a reformer, helping to found the Oxford Diocesan Guild of Church Bellringers, and serving as its first master for 30 years until his death.
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 Gilbert Thurlow Reverend Gilbert Thurlow rang in Cambridge as an undergraduate and after ordination came to All Saints as a curate in the 1930s. He subsequently went on to become a President of the Central Council of Church Bellringers and Dean of Gloucester Cathedral. Click for more details.

All Saints band over the years

What did former ringers look like? We have pictures going back a century.

Coronation of Edward VII 1902
1923 peal at St Paul's
Whittingham & Wigmore 1960s?
Training course 1978
Presentation to Walter Pearce 1980
Handbell tune-ringing band 1982
Handbell tune-ringers 1982 
Ringers in 1983 
Peal band in 1986
Ringing in 1990 
Band that rang '1881' Date touch in 2006 
Peal attempt 2009 

Former ringers and officers

Did you ever ring at All Saints?
Do you know anyone who did?

Click to see a list of: Known ringers from 1882 to present ... or ... Tower officers from 1880 to present

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