Guild of St Magnus

St Magnus the Martyr, London Bridge


The Guild of St Magnus was formed in 2009, following the new installation of the bells at St Magnus-the-Martyr, with the main aim of ringing for Sunday services at St Magnus the Martyr. Guild members are often also members of other guilds and societies in London and support other bands of ringers including: Southwark Cathedral; St Martin-in-the-Fields; St Michael, Cornhill; St Olave, Hart Street.

Blessing of the River Thames this Sunday

Sunday 11th January 2015
As with last year, this Sunday's ringing will start as normal following the Service at St Magnus the Martyr
(ringers meet time 12:10).

At 12.30 a quarter peal attempt will then start which coincides with the start of the Blessing of the River Thames. The quarter peal attempt will take just under an hour. Last years quarter peal during the Blessing of the River Thames can be found on
Bellboard here (external website)

Following this, at 2pm, a full peal will be attempted for the
Annual Blessing of the River Thames which will take between three and four hours. More information here (external website)

Southwark bell restoration appeal

The appeal to rehang the bells at Southwark Cathedral, our closest neighboring tower with bells, was launched last May when the Master of the Southwark Cathedral Society of Bellringers undertook a 1300 mile cycle ride to include the four compass points of the British mainland, solo, camping and without logistical support... find out more

Ringing times

Sunday Ringing Times

12.10  - 12.45
Meet under or up the tower

Visitors welcome

The ringing is following the service so start times vary

For more information about the bells or if you wish to watch please contact us