The Bints, who live in Chagford in Devon, formed a support bubble when their children returned home at the start of the crisis.
Jon Bint said it meant they were in a “unique” position to ring the bells in line with Covid-19 guidance.
He described the family’s experience as a “one-off moment in time”.
Many parishes across the UK fell silent during lockdown as churches were forced to close, and social distancing made it difficult for more than one household to ring the bells.
The family affair began when Mr Bint first met his wife bell-ringing more than 30 years ago.
Over the years they passed on their skills to their two sons Joe and Gabe, and more recently, their daughters Holly and Morwenna.
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