bowes St Giles NY 993135
Back to Richmond Deanery
Essentially a late medieval church with some surviving Norman work. The exterior was restored in1865.
Two bells hung for swing chiming in a west cote.
|2||Bradwell of Richmond||1828||3-3-19||25.5"|
Treble: SVSEI EB RVO DEEPS 4661 FIT IG .... [i.e. JESUS BE OUR SPEED 1664 with some initials]
Tenor: BRADWELL 1828
Frame and Fittings
Hung from wooden headstocks with metal chiming levers, pulleys and rope chutes. The larger bell also has a clock hammer.
Two train clock by Potts of Leeds in 1897 driving a dial on the west wall and striking the hours on the tenor.