ALWOODLEY St Barnabas SE 289406
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Built in the early 1960s to serve the new housing estates at the north edge of Leeds.
A single bell hung for stationary chiming in a south east bell cote and a small ships bell on the end of the church hall. Both bells have been painted an alarming shade of pink!
|1||John Taylor of Loughborough||1962||2-3-8||24.5"||E|
Church Bell: JOHN TAYLOR & Co. * FOUNDERS * LOUGHBOROUGH * 1962 *
Hall Bell: SCOTTISH CASTLE
Frame and Fittings
The church bell hangs from a metal deadstock and is fitted with an internal pear-shaped clapper. The ships bell hangs from a bracket and has a lever to swing it but no rope is attached.
ARA October 2011