Bell ringing marks last day of Olympic torch relay.

TO celebrate the Olympics people from all over Worthing will be picking up and ringing a bell at 8.12am tomorrow (Friday, July 27)

The bell ringing is part of a national initiative, and hundreds of people have been invited to take part in the Turner Prize-winning Martin Creed’s All The Bells Project.

The project involves everyone who is taking part ringing a bell as quickly and as loudly as possible for three minutes at 8.12am which coincides with the time when the last day of the Olympic torch relay starts on its way into London.

The regular team of ringers at St Mary’s Church, Ilex Way, Goring, will be taking part in this challenge, as will bell ringers at the Steyning bell tower at St Andrew’s Church, and Worthing company Lemo will be ringing a large swiss cowbell from the top of their building in North Street.

Mr Frost, of Frost Bros, in Rowland Road, Worthing, will be giving up his time to climb into the belfry at Worthing Town Hall to manually strike the clock 12 times.

Are you ringing a bell for this momentous occasion? Send your details to letters@worthingherald.co.uk