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Abbeystrewry, Skibbereen
Mt St Alphonsus, Limerick
St Canice
St Fachtna
St Finn Barre
St Mary, Doneraile
St Mary
St Peter, Bandon
Cath. of the Blessed Trinity, Waterford
Abbeystrewry, Skibbereeen6 bells ,3cwt

 

 


The Southern District comprises of towers in Cork, Limerick, Waterford and Kilkenny.

The towers in Cork are St. Fin Barre's Cathedral in Cork city, St Mary Doneraile just off the N20 main road to Limerick. In the west of Cork there are three towers, Bandon about 20 miles from Cork city, Rosscarbery about another 20 miles along the same road and Skibbereen which is about another 10 miles further.

In Limerick there are two towers, Mt St Alphonsus which is on the South side of the city centre and St Mary's Cathedral which is on Kings Island, the medeival quarter, in the city centre.

There is one tower in Waterford, Christ Church Cathedral, which is in the city centre just off the quays, and one tower in Kilkenny St Canice's Cathedral which is in the city centre.

Arrangements to visit each can be made directly to the tower secretaries, the contact details for each will be on the tower page or alternatively you can contact the District Secretary through this link:


Southern District Secretary:
 
Diana Pitcher


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St Patrick, Ballymena
St Comgall, Bangor
St Nicholas, Carrickfergus
St Patrick, Coleraine
Holy Trinity, Drumbo
St Macartin’s Cathedral, Enniskillen
St Saviour, Greyabbey
St Malachy, Hillsborough
St Philip and St James, Holywood
St Columbs Cathedral, Londonderry
Christ Church, Lurgan
St John, Newcastle
St Bronach, Kilbroney
St Thomas, Belfast
St Donard, Belfast
St Mark, Belfast
St Patrick, Ballymena12 bells ,14cwt

 

Within the Northern District there are sixteen towers.

There are three towers in Belfast all within easy access of the city. St Thomas’ in Eglantine Avenue is in the university area. St Mark’s on the Holywood Road and St. Donard’s on the junction of the Bloomfield and Beersbridge Roads are both in east Belfast and convenient to George Best City Airport.

Moving to the north-west of the Province St Columb’s Cathedral is in the City of Londonderry and a few miles away in County Londonderry is St Patrick’s, Coleraine.

Staying in the west and into County Fermanagh, we have St Macartin’s Cathedral in the centre of Enniskillen.

Moving down to County Antrim we have St Patrick’s, Ballymena and in Carrickfergus the Parish Church of St Nicholas.

County Armagh has one tower, The Church of Christ the Redeemer in Lurgan, more popularly known as Shankill Parish, Lurgan.

County Down has seven towers – SS Philip and James, Holywood; St Comgall’s, Bangor; St Saviour’s. Greyabbey; Holy Trinity, Drumbo; St Malachy, Hillsborough; St John’s Newcastle and St Bronach (Kilbroney) Rostrevor.

Arrangements to visit each can be made directly through the tower secretaries whose details will be on the relevant tower page.

Northern District Secretary
 
Northern District Secretary - Denise McLean
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Welcome to Bellringingireland home of the Irish Association of Changeringers

 

Welcome to a website about church bell-ringers in Ireland. Use the links on the main menu above to navigate around various Districts and Association pages, the District links will open to give links to each tower in that District and the Association link contains links to the Association specific pages eg the Events Calender. The map here shows all the towers with ringable bells affiliated to the Association and on the main District pages you will find a map showing the towers in that District.
The Events Calendar is colour coded: Southern DistrictEastern District,   Northern District and  Association.

This site will help our visitors find out where the towers are located, using the map below to locate the towers in each District and who to contact when arranging a visit. 

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Below is a map showing the location of all the towers in the IACR.

 

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