Category Archives: West Yorkshire

Todmorden, Saint Mary

The Church of Saint Mary, Todmorden.

Although Saint Mary’s in Todmorden is the oldest church in the town, it also has the distinction of being the newest Church.  The original Church was built in the 17th Century,  but was then significantly modernised in the late 20th century.

Saint Mary’s is fortunate to have a a well-toned light ring of 8 bells with the front seven bells cast in 1989 by John Taylor and Co. LTD of Leicester.

About The Bells

Dedication: Saint Mary
Bells: 8 bells. Tenor 6-1-18 (326 kg) in C – A ground floor ring
Cast: Bells 1 – 7 1989 by John Taylor and Co. Bell 8 1897 by John Taylor and Co.
Association: Lancashire Association / Rochdale Branch
Practice Night: Friday 8 pm to 9.15 pm (not the 5th Friday)
Sunday Ringing: Not Known. There is a 10.30 am service
Address: OL14 7BD (Google Maps)

Visiting The Church

There is parking on nearby streets and there are several small car parks in the town centre (many of which offer free parking).