All Saints', Liddington

Welcome to the Liddington Pages
of the Wanborough & Liddington Ringers web site. 

Have you ever thought about having a go at bell ringing? 
Or are you a lapsed ringer who is interested in returning to ringing? 
Do you live in Liddington, Wanborough or one of the Benefice villages? 
Come along and have a go at ringing.
We welcome learners of both sexes and from ages of about 9 or 10 years upwards. 
Contact Tony Pullan or see the "RINGERS NEEDED" page for more details.

Learners Practices are by arrangement.
Please contact Tony Pullan if you are interested in learning to ring.

 Practice Nights at Liddington
(2nd and 4th Fridays 7.30 - 9.00 pm)
Entrance is by the north porch door which will be left open.  

 Visiting Ringers
If you are intending to visit us on a practice night, especially during school holidays or half terms, please phone, text or e-mail beforehand to check that ringing is on.
You are welcome to join us in one of the pubs in Lower Wanborough for some après ring.  
(The Village Inn, Liddington now has live music on a Friday Night)

The Bellringers Banner by Marion Warren and Kay Archer

The banner hangs at the back of the church, and depicts the six new bells.  The embroidery contains the names of all the Wanborough and Liddington ringers who rang at the Dedication Service in October 2016. 
Below it are the G & B Tower of the Year Trophy and Certificate, and the DAC Award Certificate.

New Years Ringing at Liddington - 2017/18

This years New Years ringing was noticeable because the church power supply had failed.  Ringing and celebrations in church were by candle light.

 Photo: Jenny Barnes
10 local ringers and one visitor, Simon Roberts - former Wanborough ringer and Liddington resident.   


  Photo: Jenny Barnes
Katie ringing the tenor at midnight.


 Photo: Jenny Barnes
The church by candle light