north rigton St John SE 280492
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A late nineteenth century church with west tower.
A chime of five tubular bells and one small bell hung for swing chiming
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The tubular bells are uninscribed and the chiming bell is also blank.
Frame and Fittings
The five tubular bells are hung in a wooden frame in two rows; one row of three and one of two. They are operated from the first floor room by an Ellacombe type rack. The single bell hangs in a small metal A frame and is fitted with a metal bar headstock and lever though there was no clapper at the time of my visit. The rope passes through to the ground floor.
ARA visited February 2003