The ringing chamber at Bosbury. The pile of coloured boxes at the bottom of the picture are for vertically challenged ringers to stand on so they can reach the ropes.


A bell chamber. The bells are attached to wheels to enable them to swing in a full circle.


Various ringers, mid-way through a ringing outing. We go to various towers and enjoy a pub lunch in between.


Are we waiting for someone?


Some ringers standing around trying to look photogenic.


Cross-generation beardiness.


This ringing chamber is accessed by a delightful hatch and ladder combination. All the towers in the Ledbury district have either stone spiral stare cases or are "ground floor rings".

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