Address: Church Lane, Kings Bromley,
Burton on Trent, Staffs, DE13 7JLimage2

Number of bells: 6
Tenor Weight: 10-3-23

Sunday Service:
Check with Tower Captain

Practice night:
Check with Tower Captain 

Ground floor ring: No
Tower Entry Details: Access to the tower is via a timber staircase, but the first step is a steep concrete step. 

Tower Captain:
Andrew Ogden
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The tower was added to the church in the 15th Century. The present peal of six was recast and rehung in January 1937 by John Taylor & Co for the coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.
In October 1890 the old ring of five (cast in 1705 by Joseph Smith of Edgbaston) were provided with new fittings in an Oak frame.
In 1892 a new treble of six was recast. The inscription on the old 3rd bell cast in 1705 was typical of the Rudhall Foundry in Gloucester.
In 1899 the clock with Cambridge chimes was added to the tower.
It used to be a ground floor ring until 1985 when the height of the ringing room was raised to reduce the height of the rope draught and create a Choir Vestry and toilet facility.


By Road: Kings Bromley is approx. 6 miles north of Lichfield at the junction of the A513 & A515. Church Lane is off the A515 Yoxall Road. There are limited parking spaces along Church Lane.
For group visits, please request access to the Church car park. By Bus: Buses No 810 & 812 operated by Midlands Classic between Burton on Trent & Lichfield stop at Kings Bromley along the A513 Alrewas Road.
By Boat: Kings Bromley Marina is approx. 2 miles from the Church.


There is a toilet at the base of the tower.
Nearest pub is The Royal Oak in Kings Bromley which is not always open. Alternatively there is The Crown in the centre of Yoxall (2 Miles) and The Foresters on the outskirts of Yoxall (3.4 Miles)
Lunch and Afternoon Teas are available at Bromley Hayes Restaurant (2 Miles), advance booking advised.