St. Nicholas’ Church

St Nicholas Church is a friendly place of worship & community situated at the heart of the historic town of Warwick,

opposite one of the gates to Warwick Castle and adjacent to the attractive St Nicholas Park.


Bellringing at St Nicholas


At St Nicholas church we have 8 bells, all 8 bells being recast and rehung in a new frame in 1957. The bells are widely recognised as being one of the best rings of bells, in terms of ease of ringing and quality of tone, in the diocese.


Since 1957 there has been an active band of ringers at St Nicholas and in the mid 1970’s the band merged with that at St Mary’s thus forming one band to ring at both churches. We currently ring on Sundays for half an hour before the 10.00 service at St Nicholas as well as ringing for the 10.30 and 5.30 services at St Mary’s. We also practice on Wednesdays (7.30 until 9.00) generally alternating between the 2 churches.


At present though we are an ageing band of ringers and could desperately do with some new blood. If any young (i.e. under 60) reader of this would like to know a little more about bell ringing, or knows someone else who does, then please come up the tower when we are allowed to ring again and see what we get up to on Sundays or Wednesday evenings. Bellringing is a wonderful hobby, also doubling as service to the church, so please feel free to come and have a look or contact Jane Rogers on 07708570463.

For more historical information see

St Nicholas ( and

Coventry Diocesan Guild of Church Bell Ringers