Ringing Peals at Tulloch

Tulloch has, since its creation in 2003, been the most popular venue for peal and quarter peal ringing in Scotland.

PEAL FEE

There is no set peal fee and we ask only that bands, leave a donation that they can afford and that they consider appropriate.  Providing a ringing centre has not been cheap. Replacing ropes is hugely expensive. But many ringers will have spent a lot reaching Tulloch and we do not wish to discourage visitors.

RINGING TIMES

Ringing at the Tulloch Ringing Centre, at both towers can take place 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year.  It was built  in part to permit record length peals.  However in 2018 we created the “Belfry Room”, a luxurious B&B accommodation for up to four persons.  If this room is unoccupied or if one of the ringing party has booked it, or if the permission of the occupants has been obtained, then ringing at the 12 can take place at any time (The light 8 “The Last Tower” remains unrestricted as it cannot be heard from the Belfry Room). Otherwise, as the 12 can be heard faintly in this room, we ask that you respect our guests and restrict your ringing to between the hours of 9:30am to 7:30pm on the 12 bells.

ACCOMMODATION

Tulloch farm can accommodate (as of 2019) 30 people in 6 properties.  More accommodation will be available shortly. Please see HERE for details.

Peals rung at Tulloch Ringing Centre

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All peals rung at Tulloch are available from this link

All quarter peals rung at Tulloch are available from this link

All Handbell peals and quarter peals rung at Tulloch are available from this link