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Weʼre raising £1,000 to make the East end of Christ Church a beautiful space for worship, concerts and community use through our sponsored Peal on 11th March 2019

Julian Road, Bath, Somerset, BA1 2RH

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Christ Church, Bath was built so that the local community could go to church without having to pay - see more about our history at www,

We want our church to be available for the local community to use, so we are raising money to re organise it.

We want to make a space for concerts and meetings and book signings. So a visiting team of ringers led by Rob Perry is going to try to ring a peal on March 11th 2019. A peal is three hours of ringing the bells continuously in a set pattern without making any mistakes. It's been done before at Christ Church but not for a long time- the last successful peal was rung in 1904. Come and listen to them if you are nearby & please sponsor them!

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    • Anonymous


      Feb 19, 2019

      Looking forward to hearing the bells ring out on the 11th


    • Anonymous


      Feb 9, 2019

      All very best wishes for the peal attempt on March 11th! I shall be thinking of you all.

    • John  Cope

      John Cope

      Jan 27, 2019

      Good Luck


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    ChristChurch Julian Road, Bath

    Julian Road, Bath, Somerset, BA1 2RH

    Christ Church was built in 1798 as church which would be free to attend so that those who couldn't afford to pay pew rents could come to church. New bells were installed in 2015 in following the generosity of our donors and this will be the first peal for more than 100 years.

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