Banstead, All Saints

High Street, Banstead, SM7 2NG    Find on map

Number of bells:  8

Tenor Weight:  21¾ cwt

Ground floor ring:  Yes

District: Northern

Practice Night: Wednesday

Ringing Times: Sunday Service: 9.00-9.25am, 6.00-6.25pm (occasional). Practice: 8.00-9.15pm 

Entry: The ringing chamber is on the ground floor at the rear of the church and  entry gained through the main church door

Contact: Tower Contact, Liz  Grover:


All Saints Banstead is an attractive flint faced building with a tiled roof and sturdy tower which is surmounted by a shingled spire with a cross and gilded cock atop of it. The oldest parts of the church date back to 1190 - 1220. The bells are a magnificent ring cast by Gillett and Johnston in the early 1920s.

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