Video Archive: Three bell ringing from Vowchurch
Video Archive clip by ‘Ringer Tim’. The author’s description is as follows:
Ringing this Herefordshire three in one of Herefordshire's loveliest churches in the serene Golden Valley, standing peacefully beside the River Dore. The bells were restored in c1995 by Leslie Evans of Eardisland and comprise two bells recast by William Blews of Birmingham in 1871, and one 1770 Thomas Rudhall bell (the tenor, which weighs 4-3-11 in D#). The church is well-known among church enthusiasts for the fine and unusual roof structure. Less than half a mile away is another equally lovely church at Turnastone. Legend has it that two sisters raced to be the first to build their own church. One supposedly said to the other " I vow that I will build my church before you turn a stone" . Probably unlikely to be true but they are roughly similar dates!