Longparish Village Handbook (1999 edition)
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Longparish Tower has six bells which are rung at services once or twice a month on Sundays, and occasionally at weddings and other celebrations. It is hoped to have an experienced team of ringers to ring in the second millenium. Change ringing is fascinating and it will cost you nothing to learn. You do not have to be big, strong or musical to ring, nor do you have to be a churchgoer.

Longparish bellringers practise every Friday evening from 7.30pm to 9pm. There is also a good social life for those who enjoy it, with Tower outings and competitions, social events, and visits to the pub after practices. All new recruits are welcome, and should contact the Tower Captain.

Village Hall Committee

The committee is made up of representatives of the organisations in the village who may use the Hall, and can co-opt other members. Meetings are held in the Hall, normally the 3rd Mondays in January, April (the Annual General Meeting), July and October. It is responsible for the day to day running of the hall, including cleaning and bookings, which should be made through the bookings secretary. It also ensures that the hall is decorated and kept in good order, and that facilities meet current standards.

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