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The church from churchyard to the south.
The relatively new clock face can be clearly seen.
The church was until fairly recently floodlit.
Sadly, the local vandals broke the lights.
Two internal shots of the church showing that little of the Normal origins are left, 
but the church is nevertheless quite an attractive one internally.
The 12cwt tenor. Yes the frame 
could do with a lick of paint!
The previous 3rd & 4th in the upper frame
One of the slate peal boards. 
A local ringer was a stonemason and he made several 
similar to this one for churches in the surrounding area.  
A new one was recently made for a peal rang in memory of 
Hubert Summers, a ringer at Allesley for over 75 years.
The sound control floor - the centre trap can opened and 
closed by using a rope in the ringing room. One louvre is partly
open on the side of the tower without houses nearby.
The last complaint we had was because we rang a peal with the sound control
closed! "Leave it open", said the parishioner in a letter to the ringers!

Further picures can be found on the Allesley page of Church Bells of Warwickshire

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