South Croydon, St Peter
Practice Night: Monday
Ringing Times: Sunday Service: 10.15-11.00am , (occasionally) 6.00-6.30pm. Practice: 7.45-9.15pmPlease phone to confirm all ringing
Entry: Entry is through door on the south side of the tower, giving access to the upstairs ringing chamber
Contact: Tower Captain: Samuel MacMahon, email@example.com, mobile 07949 176 511.
The church is Victorian, an example of Gilbert Scott’s architecture with the building completed in 1851. In 1887 the four bells were made up to eight (26cwt) by Taylors. They were replaced in 1912 by a fine ring of 10, cast by the local firm of Gillett & Johnson. These bells remain today, with two new trebles cast by Whitechapel and installed in February 2002 by Whites of Appleton, and are readily available for Saturday peals and other visitor ringing.