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LUDDINGTON, All Saints 3, 2¼cwt in C

Grid Reference 151/167525 Luddington Clinton Church - Source: Philip Halling
Postcode CV37 9SJ
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History Of The Bells

The church was built in 1871-72 by John Cotton. Coursed blue lias with sandstone ashlar and buff brick dressings; tile roofs in the Gothic style. It has a 2-bay chancel and 3-bay nave with north-east angle tower and north porch.The church was dedicated on 8th May 1872.

These are hung for swing chiming in an open-sided octagonal stone bell turret with a spirelet.   They hang in a framework around the centre pots of the spirelet. This was probably installed by the contractors when they built the church. The building replaced a mediaeval chapel of ease which fell into disuse in the latter part of the 18th century. This had one bell, possibly cast by Henry Farmer in 1609.

Due to space restrictions they can only be swing chimed through a low arc.

Details of the Bells

1 William Blews and Son  1871  1¼cwt
2 William Blews and Son  1871  1¾cwt
3 William Blews and Son  1871  2¼cwt

Photo Gallery

 A close view of the bells
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