St Keverne and 
St Peter’s, Coverack churches on the Lizard peninsula in Cornwall

St Keverne PCC


St Keverne has 10 bells housed in its conspicuous granite tower and spire overlooking Falmouth Bay and the Manacles reef.
The tenor is 18 cwt 1 qtr 21 1 lb, E and treble 4 cwt 2 qtr 2 lb, G sharp.  All but treble and No.3 are on plain bearings with Hastings stays.

Bell-ringing practice takes place on Friday evenings from 7:30 to 9:00 pm.
If you are visiting it will be worth checking with Helen McCabe (tel: 01326 280519) tower.captain@stkevernechurch.org.uk before setting off.

We usually ring rounds and call changes but are always keen to try method when enough people are here.  With ten bells and few ringers visitors at any stage of ringing are always welcome.

Service ringing on Sundays at 10:30 am
Practice night on Fridays at 7:30 pm

St Keverne Parish Council lit a beacon to mark the Battle's Over tribute on 11/11/2018 and the ringers were part of Ringing Remembers Ringing out for Peace that evening.