Chatham, All Saints (St Paul with All Saints)

  • Single bell and 5 tubular bells
  • Tenor: ½ cwt approx.
  • Grid Ref: TQ765670
  • Denomination: Church of England
    Diocese (Anglican): Rochester

Details of the Bells

Bell Weight
(most recent)
Diameter Note Date Founder Canons Retuned
Single bell ½ cwt approx.c. 12" 1892 Unknown

Details of the Tubular Bells

Bell Date Founder
1 1938 Harrington, Holland & Co., Coventry
2 1938 Harrington, Holland & Co., Coventry
3 1938 Harrington, Holland & Co., Coventry
4 1938 Harrington, Holland & Co., Coventry
5 1938 Harrington, Holland & Co., Coventry


1914 The church was built and was consecrated by the Bishop of Rochester on 11 April.
1937 The west end of the church was completed with the addition of a baptistry and a bell tower. A set of 5 tubular bells was provided for the tower. [1] [2]
1938 A dedication service took place for the "pulpit and bells". [3]
1975 Parish merged with that of St Paul to become "St Paul with All Saints".
[1] Tubular bells (Kent History and Library Centre (DRb/A/f/1/85H/7))
[2] Install five Harrington tubular bells at Chatham, All Saints. (Kent History and Library Centre Omnibus faculty for Chatham, All Saints; and other churches. (DRb/A/f/1/410/45), 1938)
[3] All Saints’ Church, Magpie Hall Road, Chatham (P85H): Photographs of clergy, buildings, organ pipes and parishioners, list of key dates, order of service for consecration of west end and dedication of pulpit and bells (1938) [1 bundle c.1858-c.1975] (Medway City Archives (06a_DE_SERIES_1001_1200/DE1180))

Love's Guide to the Church Bells of Kent Page updated: 24 April 2020