Southwark, Cathedral Church of St Saviour & St Mary Overie
Practice Night: Wednesday
Ringing Times: Sunday Service: 10.15-11.00am(5.15-6.25pm 1st Sunday only, quarter peal). Practice: 6.30-8.30pm (almost all Wednesdays). Door is locked at 7pm. Phone to check or see www.southwark-bells.org.uk for a practice timetable. Please check for details of evening ringing and advanced practices.
Entry: Go into the Cathedral by the main door (SW corner) walk along the north of the nave to the steps by the north transept. You will be met here and guided through the access door facing you in the NW corner of the tower.
Contact: Tower Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org Sarah Taylor
St Saviour’s was the parish church of Southwark before becoming a Cathedral in 1905. The bells are one of the oldest rings of 12, having been cast by Samuel Knight in 1736.