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Grid Reference 139/284352 Little Packington Church - Source: Amanda Slater
Postcode CV7 7HN
Peals None
Date Lost c.1990

History Of The Bells

The church is of Norman origin with medieval timber framing and 17th century internal additions. The bell turret is mid-19th century apart from its base, which is medieval.

The church has been converted for use as a private dwelling and access is only accessible upon special request. It was put on the market in November 2016 with an asking price of £725,000

Church Bells of Warwickshire records the diameters as 22", 24.5" & 28.75", all from the Newcombe foundry in Leicester and clocked at time of writing. They were hopelessly unringable.

The inscriptions are given in Tilley and Walters' book, "The Church Bells of Warwickshire":

These bells were removed in the early 1990s and used elsewhere, the front 2 going to Halford, to become what are now bells 2 & 3 of 6, in 1996 and the tenor to become no. 5 of 6 at Bubbenhall in 2000.

The weights are as installed in their new homes.

Details of the Bells

1 Thomas Newcombe, Leicester                 c1580  2-0-18
2 Edward Newcombe & Hugh Watts I, Leicester  c1595  2-2-14
3 Newcombe, Leicester                        c1600  4-0-27

Photo Gallery

A Plan of the Church The Interior of the Church -
Taken from the brochure when
the church was put on the market

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