Vale of the White Horse Branch
Oxford Diocesan Guild of Church Bell Ringers
The Vale of the White Horse Branch was founded in 1913 and recently celebrated its centenary. It
is part of the Oxford Diocesan Guild of Church
Bell Ringers, which represents the interests of ringers and ringing in the Diocese
of Oxford. It is the smallest of the 15 branches of the ODG, with 12 ringable towers bounded by the
Vale of the White Horse, and is positioned about midway between Swindon and Oxford.
Coleshill & Shellingford practices
- these have moved to Thursday nights from Thursday 3rd July.
First, third and fifth Thursdays will be at
Shellingford. Second Thursdays will be at Coleshill. There will normally be no practice on the fourth Thursday.
Special Practices at Longcot
Occasional special practices are held on a Sunday at Longcot. Contact the branch secretary for more information.
Branch Members Email Group
Subscribe to the email group list to keep in touch and
get any late changes to events etc.
Information for those planning ringing outings to
towers in the Vale Branch