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WINDERTON, SS Peter & Paul 3, 10-1-8 in G

Winderton Church - Source: Steve Bullman

Grid Reference
151/325405

Peals Rung Here
None

History Of The Bells

Installed when the church was built in 1877 and hung for ringing.

An unusual three, the notes being D, B and G. The bells were ringable, and were occasionally rung for services by the Brailes band until the church was closed.

The bells were taken down in February 1981. The metal was used to provide two trebles each at Harbury and Wellesbourne with some left over to provide one of the four new trebles at Wolston.

I believe that the church has been converted into a private residence.

Details of the Bells

1 Mears & Stainbank, Whitechapel  1877   5-2-06
2 Mears & Stainbank, Whitechapel  1877   6-3-11
3 Mears & Stainbank, Whitechapel  1877  10-1-08 39.50"

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The Interior
in the 1930s
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