Ghyll Bell Ringers
||St. Mary-le-Ghyll Church, Ghyll Lane, Barnoldswick BB18 6JG
A group of local male and female ringers of the tower bells at 12th Century St. Mary-le-Ghyll Church.
Originally just three bells, installed in 1723 by Abraham Rudhal II of Gloucestershire, they were augmented to six in 2010 as an interim arrangement, by John Taylor & Co., of Loughborough.
Fundraising is ongoing to augment further to a final eight.
The bells are rung full circle and in the English method of changeringing.
Bell ringing practice and teaching is held at the Church every Tuesday, between 7.30p.m. and 9pm and is open to all ages from 11 upwards.