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1 5-3-126.97" A♭ 2011 John Taylor & Co., Loughborough Never 2 6-0-1127.95" G♭ 2011 John Taylor & Co., Loughborough Never 3 6-0-1428½" F 2011 John Taylor & Co., Loughborough Never 4 6-0-1129¾" E♭ 2011 John Taylor & Co., Loughborough Never 5 7-0-131½" D♭ 2011 John Taylor & Co., Loughborough Never 6 7-0-1832½" C 2011 John Taylor & Co., Loughborough Never 7 8-0-2634¾" B♭ 2011 John Taylor & Co., Loughborough Never 8 10-0-2238⅛" A♭ 2011 John Taylor & Co., Loughborough Never 9 12-3-1641.46" G♭ 2011 John Taylor & Co., Loughborough Never 10 16-1-1945" F 2011 John Taylor & Co., Loughborough Never 11 22-1-1249⅜" E♭ 2011 John Taylor & Co., Loughborough Never 12 32-1-655.91" D♭ 2011 John Taylor & Co., Loughborough Never Former 3rd 7-0-1131½" D♯ 1728 Richard Phelps, Whitechapel Never Former 4th 8-2-033¾" C♯ 1728 Richard Phelps, Whitechapel Never Former 7th 11-1-339½" G♯ 1728 Richard Phelps, Whitechapel Never

Prior to 2011

Bell Weight
(most recent)*
Diameter Note Date Founder Retuned Fate
Treble29"F♯1746Thomas Lester1960 Mears & StainbankScrapped 2011
229¾"E1746Thomas Lester1960 Mears & StainbankScrapped 2011
331½"D♯1728Richard Phelps1960 Mears & StainbankPreserved in the tower
433¾"C♯1728Richard Phelps1960 Mears & StainbankPreserved in the tower
537⅞"B1968Mears & StainbankNeverScrapped 2011
637⅞"A♯1960Mears & StainbankNeverScrapped 2011
739½"G♯1728Richard Phelps1960 Mears & StainbankPreserved in the tower
844¼"F♯1740Thomas Lester1960 Mears & StainbankScrapped 2011
948"E1960Mears & StainbankNeverScrapped 2011
1050¾"D♯1960Mears & StainbankNeverScrapped 2011
1155"C♯1910Mears & Stainbank1960 Mears & StainbankScrapped 2011
Tenor42-2-2463"B1960Mears & StainbankNeverTransferred to The Bell Tower, Perth

* Source of weight figures: Whitechapel Records 1960/1968

The original ring of 12 bells

Bell Weight
(most recent)*
Diameter Note Date Founder Retuned Fate
Treble1728Richard PhelpsNeverRecast 1746
21728Richard PhelpsNeverRecast 1746
37-0-111728Richard Phelps1960 Mears & StainbankPreserved in the tower
48-2-01728Richard Phelps1960 Mears & StainbankPreserved in the tower
51728Richard PhelpsRecast 1795
610-3-21728Richard PhelpsRecast 1960
711-1-31728Richard Phelps1960 Mears & StainbankPreserved in the tower
81728Richard PhelpsRecast 1740
918-1-141728Richard PhelpsRecast 1960
1020-2-201728Richard PhelpsRecast 1960
1126-3-141728Richard PhelpsRecast 1910
Tenor1728Richard PhelpsRecast 1738

* Source of weight figures: Gross weight

Tenor recast in 1738

Bell Weight
(most recent)
Diameter Note Date Founder Retuned Fate
Tenor1738Lester & PackNeverRecast 1795

8th recast in 1740

Bell Weight
(most recent)*
Diameter Note Date Founder Retuned Fate
81740Thomas Lester1960 Mears & Stainbank

* Source of weight figures: Whitechapel records (after tuning 1960)

Trebles recast in 1746

Bell Weight
(most recent)*
Diameter Note Date Founder Retuned Fate
Treble1746Thomas Lester1960 Mears & Stainbank
21746Thomas Lester1960 Mears & Stainbank

* Source of weight figures: Whitechapel records (after tuning 1960)

5th and tenor recast in 1795

Bell Weight
(most recent)
Diameter Note Date Founder Retuned Fate
51795Thomas Mears IRecast 1968
Tenor1795Thomas Mears IRecast 1960

History

1421 A new tower was added to the church and 5 bells were placed in it. These formed a minor 5. [1]
1430 A tenor bell was added to make 6, the gift of John Whitwell, his wife Isabel and William Rus (alderman and goldsmith). This bell weighed over 30 cwt and was called Rus. [2]
1474 The Churchwardens accounts mention the "fyveth bell clapper" (i.e. there were probably at least 6 bells).
1521 The Churchwarden accounts refer to the bells, mentioning the Great Bell, called Russe, the bell called Myhill, the Mary bell, the bell called Trinitye "the bell next it downeward", and the least bell.
1552 Record of 6 bells and 2 smaller sanctus or priests bells. [3]
1567 A bell was recast by Robert Doddes.
1585 A broken sanctus bell was sold and the broken treble bell was recast.
1587 The tenor (which was cracked) was recast by Lawrence Wright. This was a poor job and the bell was disliked and rejected. The old bell was 30-0-14. Wright included 1-1-14 of new metal.
1588 The tenor was recast by Robert Mot, but this too was a poor bell.
1589 Finally Robert Mot produced an acceptable recast tenor.
1596 The bells were rehung in a new frame by John Brissenden, a carpenter reported to be of good skill so that "they shalbe rung with much more ease ... by fewer men ... with 8, 9 or 10 men at the moste" and to "ease the steeple of much shaking". This work cost £12.
1599 The tenor became cracked again, and again Mot had to cast more than one bell before an acceptable bell could be produced (weighing 31 cwt). One of the attempts was rejected and was sent to Westminster Abbey where it was used as the tenor there. The inscription referred to it being a gift by William Rus in 1430 and recast in 1599. It is not known when this translation took place.
1666 The church and 10 bells were destroyed in the Great Fire, although the tower was not wholly burned down.
1679 The church was rebuilt according to Wren's design.
1682 The first record of 8 bells in addition to the 2 saunce bells - the old 6 had been augmented with 2 trebles.
1715 The old tower was demolished and a new tower was begun under Wren,
1722 The tower was completed under Hawksmoor.
1728 12 bells were cast by Richard Phelps and hung in the new tower. These bells were first rung on 4 Dec "on account of the arrival in tower, from Holland, of HRH Frederick, Prince of Wales". This was the first ring of 12 cast together as a complete set.
1738 The tenor was recast by Lester and Pack.
1740 The 8th was recast by Thomas Lester.
1762 The bells were rehung by Robert Catlin.at a cost of £27.
1795 The 5th and tenor were recast by Thomas Mears I (the tenor had cracked through clocking).
1809 The bells were rehung as part of a major refurbishment. Mears themselves earned £439 for the work and work also took place by John Wooding, in whose printed list the work is mentioned. The work was made necessary by the "very decayed, unsound and nearly rotten state of the large beams and timbers". It is probable that the frame was lowered in the tower at this point. The work was completed the following year.
1910 The 11th was recast by Mears & Stainbank, who rehung the remainder.
1958 The 11th gudgeon broke.
1960 The 6th, 9th, 10th and tenor were found to be cracked and were consequently recast, with the remainder being retuned by Mears & Stainbank.
1961 The restored bells were rededicated by the Bishop of Stepney.
1968 The 5th was recast by the Whitechapel Bell Foundry.
1996 A new timber 2-skin ceiling to the ringing room was built to replace the acoustically terrible horse-hair and tongue & groove ceiling.
1999 The new ceiling was again replaced with a new tongue and groove ceiling at the request of the church architect. Sound control was also installed in the louvres.
2004 Cracks were found in the pinnacles on the tower. All ringing was stopped for a few weeks pending their restoration should they fall off the tower on to the pavement below.
2010 A new ring of 12 bells was cast by John Taylor Bellfounders. These were provided from a benefaction by Dr M Faulkes six years earlier. Despite agreement from the PCC, the faculty application proved to be controversial, and the Chancellor of the Diocese took several years to come to a decision. By the time the permission was granted, the rising costs meant that the benefaction had to be supplemented by donations from other ringers and ringing organisations. The old bells were removed on 26th Feb 2011 with the exception of the 3rd, 4th and 7th dated 1728 (the latter being hung with a chiming hammer as a service bell). The new bells were consecrated on the floor of the nave on 3rd Apr 2011 by the Bishop of London.
[1] This hath been a fair and beautifull Parish Church, but of late years, since the Surrender of their Lands to Edward the sixth, greatly blemished by the building of four Tenements on the North side thereof, towards the high Street, in place of a green Churchyard, whereby the Church is greatly darkened, and other ways annoyed. The fair new Steeple, or Bell-Tower of this Church, was begun to be builded in the year 1421. which being finished, and a fair Ring of five Bells therein placed. (A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster, John Strype, 1720)
[2] A sixth Bell was added, and given by John Whitwel, Isabel his Wife, and William Rus, or Rous, Alderman and Goldsmith *, about the Year 1430. which Bell named Rus (Nightly to be rung at eight of the Clock, and otherwise for Knels, and in Peals usually rung by one Man, more than an 100 years) of late over-haled by foure or five at once, hath been thrice broken; and therefore not rung as heretofore; and new cast, within the space of ten years, to the Charges of that Parish, more than 100 Marks. (A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster, John Strype, 1720)
[3] vj greate belles and ij saunce belles. (Edwardian Inventory, 1552)

Articles

  • "St Michael's Cornhill, London", Cook, William T (The Ringing World) 12 November 1976
  • "The Cornhill Judgment", Offen, Richard C (The Ringing World) 15 October 2010
  • "Home thoughts on Cornhill", Pipe, George W (The Ringing World) 18 March 2011
  • "Cornhill Consecration", Lewis, Robert A (The Ringing World) 8 April 2011
  • "Heteroclital Agitation", Eisel, John (The Ringing World) 13 May 2011
  • "Old and new meet briefly", Clayton, Anthony (The Ringing World) 20 May 2011
  • "College Youths tryout Cornhill", Kench, Antony R (The Ringing World) 3 June 2011
  • "Cornhill's new ring of 12", Kench, Antony R (The Ringing World) 12 August 2011
  • "St Michael's Cornhill", Cook, William T (The Ringing World) 26 May 1972
  • Pictures of the church


    This is an interesting picture of the two Cornhill towers, taken while the building behind St Peter's had been demolished and prior to rebuilding.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 9 Jul 2002


    Photo: ASCY collection


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    The church in 1912.
    Photo: Spitalfields Life, 1912

    The earlier ring of 12


    The 9th, on the upper tier.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 18 Nov 2006

    Bells on the upper tier. The 7th is in the foreground.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 18 Nov 2006

    The 8th. A chip came out of the lip of the bell in the early 2000s by a flying clapper.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 18 Nov 2006

    The treble.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 18 Nov 2006

    The 3rd and 4th on the upper tier.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 18 Nov 2006

    The tenor.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 18 Nov 2006

    The interesting inscription on the 10th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 18 Nov 2006

    The tenor.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 18 Nov 2006

    The 11th with the names of the 1728 trustees reproduced on it.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 18 Nov 2006

    Newspaper cutting of the ring of 12 returning to the tower in 1960
    Photo: Daily Telegraph, Jun 1960 (DLC collection)

    A view of the belfry from above.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 18 Nov 2006

    The old frame, situated above the current installation.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 18 Nov 2006

    Casting of the new bells, 20 Jan 2011


    The treble.
    Photo: Andrew D Higson, 20 Jan 2011

    The 7th.
    Photo: Andrew D Higson, 20 Jan 2011

    The 2nd.
    Photo: Andrew D Higson, 20 Jan 2011

    The 8th.
    Photo: Andrew D Higson, 20 Jan 2011

    5th being cast.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, 20 Jan 2011

    Lynne & Peter Mullen (the Rector)
    Photo: Antony R Kench, 20 Jan 2011

    The mould of the 6th.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, 20 Jan 2011

    Cornhill parish visit.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, 20 Jan 2011

    Preparing the 11th mould.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, 20 Jan 2011

    St Michael parishioners.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, 20 Jan 2011

    The furnace glowing.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, 20 Jan 2011

    The 4th cooling down.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, 20 Jan 2011

    In Loughborough on 3 Feb 2011


    The 7th on the tuning machine.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The 7th
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The 7th half way through tuning.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    Chris Kippin browsing.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The 8th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The 8th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The 8th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The 7th being tuned.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    4 of the bells waiting to be drilled and tuned.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The 2nd.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The 4th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The 4th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The 5th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The 3rd.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    John Jelley, Andrew Wilby and Chris Kippin admiring a bell cast for a Sri Lankan temple.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The 4 new Cornhill bells standing in the foundry.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The pits for the 10th and 11th before casting.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The spectators.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The furnace is being checked.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The molten metal is poured into the ladle.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    Almost full.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    Magnesium is sprinkled into the ladle to keep the top of the molten metal hot.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    Metal being poured into the 10th mould.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The 10th being cast.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The 11th being cast.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The 11th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The remaining metal is poured into ingots.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The top of the moulds with the metal cooling down.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    Moulds being prepared for the 9th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    The College Youths' Master (Phil Goodyer) and the Treasurer (Phil Rogers).
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Feb 2011

    In Loughborough on 17 Feb 2011


    Bells 5,6,7 and 8 now tuned.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, 17 Feb 2011

    The 4th on the tuning machine.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, 17 Feb 2011

    The 9th being cast.
    Photo: Nigel Smith, 17 Feb 2011

    The tenor being cast.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, 17 Feb 2011

    Tony Kench (Tower Secretary) and Dill Faulkes (principal donor)
    Photo: Antony R Kench, 17 Feb 2011

    Bells 1,2 and 3 awaiting tuning.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, 17 Feb 2011

    Dismantling at the church on 25 Feb 2011


    The 5th was the last bell to be lowered. Ironically it was the last bell to have been raised into the tower, as it is dated 1968.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, 25 Feb 2011

    Paul Mason with the 5th on the ground.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, 25 Feb 2011

    Dismantling at the church on 26 Feb 2011


    A collection of bells on the floor of the church under the tower.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, 25 Feb 2011

    The lorry leaves for Loughborough
    Photo: Antony R Kench, 26 Feb 2011

    The bells on the floor of the church.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The 5th, under the tower
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The tenor.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011


    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The wheels are piled up in the belfry.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The belfry is otherwise empty of bells.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    Bells 3, 4 and 7, all cast by Phelps in 1728, are piled up in the room above the belfry, pending hanging dead.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011


    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011


    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    No ringing at the moment in the ringing room.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    Looking down on the bells under the tower.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    "Whitechapel Loops" in the inscription band of the treble.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The 5th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The treble being carried out.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    Detail on the treble.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The treble.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The 9th: "SI DEUS NOBISCUM QUIS CONTRA NOS"
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011


    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The 6th "EXULTATE IUSTI"
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The 9th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The 11th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The 11th is stored over the top of the 6th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011


    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    St Michael watches the 10th being hoisted out of the church.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The 10th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The 10th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The 8th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The curious thing about the inscription on the 8th is that the names of the Churchwardens were added as an engraving rather than being cast as part of the inscription. There is also an empty inscription band around the bell.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The 2nd, with its headstock still on.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The 2nd, with its headstock still on.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The 2nd.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The tenor headstock (all 400kgs of it) loaded onto the lorry.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The tenor was the last one left in the church.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The tenor at the door of the church.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011


    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    St Michael watching the tenor leave.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The tenor is lowered on top of the 10th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011


    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    Rearranging the bells on the back of the lorry.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The tenor standing on the back of the lorry.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011


    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    The final arrangement of th 9 bells on the lorry.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 26 Feb 2011

    Final pictures from Loughborough, Mar 2011


    The tenor.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, Mar 2011

    The 10th on the tuning machine.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, Mar 2011

    The bells lined up in the tuning shop.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, Mar 2011


    Photo: Antony R Kench, Mar 2011

    Peter Haywood working on the frame.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, Mar 2011

    The bells arrive at the church, 2 Apr 2011



    Photo: Anthony R Kench, 2 Apr 2011

    The ASCY Bell.
    Photo: Anthony R Kench, 2 Apr 2011


    Photo: Anthony R Kench, 2 Apr 2011

    The dedication of the bells on 3 Apr 2011


    The Bishop strikes the tenor.
    Photo: Anthony R Kench, 3 Apr 2011

    The 8th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Apr 2011

    The 5th and 6th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Apr 2011

    The Rector and Bishop process back to the front of the church.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Apr 2011

    The tenor.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Apr 2011

    The 3rd and 4th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Apr 2011

    The 9th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Apr 2011

    The 11th and 10th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Apr 2011

    The 4th and 5th.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Apr 2011

    The College Youths' Master and Senior Steward at the service.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Apr 2011

    The Bishop of London approaches the tenor to strike it with a hammer, as the Chancellor of the Diocese and the local Alderman look on.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Apr 2011

    All listen as the church is filled with the sound of the tenor.
    Photo: Dickon R Love, 3 Apr 2011

    The bells were first tried out on 27 May 2011


    Andrew Ogden, the Taylors' bellhanger who has been leading the work.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, 27 May 2011

    Bristol Maximus in progress at the tryout on Friday evening May 27th.
    Photo: Antony R Kench, 27 May 2011
    Recent Peals
    The most recent performances, according to BellBoard.
    2019-11-195040 Pontefract Surprise Royal
    2019-11-195024 Vicissitudinous Delight Major
    2019-11-195040 Spliced Surprise Minor (22m)
    2019-11-195088 Danesburgh Surprise Major
    2019-11-195005 Stedman Caters
    2019-11-195088 Falmouth Surprise Major
    2019-11-185040 Avon Delight Maximus
    2019-11-185024 Yate Delight Major
    2019-11-185040 Surprise Minor
    2019-11-185040 Surprise Minor (7m)
    2019-11-175004 Stedman Caters
    2019-11-175040 Grandsire Triples
    2019-11-175040 Spliced Surprise Minor (41m)
    2019-11-1710240 Spliced Surprise Major (40m)
    2019-11-175184 Ytterbium Surprise Major
    2019-11-175088 Yorkshire Surprise Major
    2019-11-175152 Cambridge Surprise Major
    2019-11-175002 Triton Delight Royal
    2019-11-175130 Grandsire Caters
    2019-11-175040 London No 3 Surprise Royal
    2019-11-175088 Yorkshire Surprise Major
    2019-11-175152 Barnes Surprise Major
    2019-11-175152 Turramurra Surprise Major
    2019-11-175100 Centennial Alliance Major
    2019-11-175040 Cambridge Surprise Minor
    Recent Quarter Peals
    The most recent performances, according to BellBoard.
    2019-11-191296 Cambridge Surprise Minor
    2019-11-191272 Kingston Treble Bob Minor
    2019-11-191280 Mixed Doubles
    2019-11-191320 Arley Surprise Minor
    2019-11-191260 Plain Bob Minor
    2019-11-191282 Woodspring Surprise Royal
    2019-11-191320 King Edward Surprise Minor
    2019-11-191260 Minor (3m)
    2019-11-191296 Hitcham Delight Minor
    2019-11-191320 Danbury Delight Minor
    2019-11-191260 Grandsire Doubles
    2019-11-191280 Bristol Surprise Major
    2019-11-191344 Plain Bob Major
    2019-11-191260 St Clement's College Bob Minor
    2019-11-191280 Spliced Minor
    2019-11-191260 Doubles
    2019-11-191280 Ealing Surprise Major
    2019-11-191344 Plain Bob Major
    2019-11-181280 Yorkshire Surprise Major
    2019-11-181260 Plain Bob Minor
    2019-11-181296 Cambridge Surprise Minor
    2019-11-181260 Doubles (2m)
    2019-11-181260 St Simon's Bob Doubles
    2019-11-181259 Grandsire Caters
    2019-11-181280 Painswick Surprise Major
    Full list of peals on Bellboard here
    Full list of quarters on Bellboard here

    Love's Guide to the Church Bells of Kent Page updated: 19 November 2019