The guild also provides a map and list of towers in the guild:
There are 38 rings of three bells or more in the Branch: 3 tens, 12 eights, 12 sixes, 1 five, 3 fours and 3 threes and a ring of 12 with five sharp bells hung in the workshop of Whites of Appleton, the bellhangers. Of these, three sixes and two fours are unringable. The towers, with their tenor weights and practice nights are listed below. Click on...
|to see its picture|
|for the Dove page which gives further information on the tower including Google and Multimap maps and, where appropriate, parking locations and satnav data.|
|to email the tower correspondent|
|for the tower’s own website|
Except where otherwise shown, practices start at 7.30 p.m. There is also a list of ONB practice nights on the Practices page.
Blewbury (19-0-13) Friday 8.00
Brightwell (10-2-25) Tuesday 8.00
Childrey (12-0-4) Wednesday
Cholsey (10-1-11) Tuesday 8.00
Cumnor (13-1-4) Wednesday
Drayton (9-1-20) Monday 7.45
East Hagbourne (21½ cwt) Tuesday
Harwell (16-1-26) Thursday
Milton (6-3-26) Tuesday
North Moreton (13-0-18) Monday 7.30 - 9:00 p.m.
Sutton Courtenay (12-0-17) Monday 7.00
Wantage (21-2-15) Tuesday
Abingdon (St Nicolas) (7-1-18) Tuesday (2,4)
joint with Abingdon (St Helen)
Aston Tirrold (11-3-23) Thursday 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Chilton (7-2-3) By appointment 7:30 - 9:00 p.m.
East Hendred (22 cwt) Tuesday alternating with West Hendred
Letcombe Regis (8 cwt) Thursday by arrangement
Long Wittenham (9 cwt) Monday joint with Little Wittenham
Marcham (8-1-4) Friday
Radley (5-2-27) Thursday 7:30 p.m.
Sunningwell (8½ cwt)
West Hanney (18-1-9) by arrangement (but currently Thursday 3-4pm)
West Hendred (8 cwt) Tuesday alternating with East Hendred
Note: Moulsford bells are on plain bearing and (as of Jan 2018) have not been rung for a few years now, so may be a bit rough.