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BARFORD, St Peter 6, 4-3-22 in B

Grid Reference 151/273609 Barford Church - Source M Chester
Postcode CV35 8ES
Affiliation Coventry DG
Peals Felstead Database
Sunday 1030-1100 (1 & 3) 0900-0930 (2 & 4)
0930-1000 (occasional 5th)
Practice Monday 1930-2100

History Of The Bells

On the old A429 road from Warwick to Cirencester and beyond, Barford is a pleasant village. St Peter's church is just off this road - into the village proper at a mini roundabout near the Joseph Arch pub. Look for the signs off the recently built Barford Bypass.

One of the newer rings of 6 in the Diocese, these were installed in 1994 during the incumbency of a ringing vicar, the late Gordon Benfield, being an augmentation from a ringable 3. These had been rehung by Taylors in 1909. At this point the bells were hung in a lowside frame, quarter turned and the canons were removed. The third was originally the treble of the ring of 3 at Atherstone on Stour (q.v.). It retains its canons.

The entrance is from inside the church and limited on-street parking is available near to the church

Details of the Bells

1 John Taylor, Loughborough   1994  3-0-18  23.375"  1676.0Hz (G#+16c)
2 John Taylor, Loughborough   1994  3-1-22  24.375"  1504.0Hz (F#+28c)
3 Gloucester foundry        c.1330  3-0-00  25.00"   1342.0Hz (E+31c)
4 Joseph Smith, Edgbaston     1709  3-3-02  26.50"   1258.0Hz (D#+19c)
5 Henry Bagley I, Chacombe    1639  4-1-20  29.50"   1132.0Hz (C#+36c)
6 Henry Bagley I, Chacombe    1661  4-3-22  31.00"   1006.0Hz (B+32c)

Photo Gallery

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The Church -
Looking East 
The Ringing Gallery 

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