Ringing at St Mary the Virgin, Freeland

6 bells (3-3-3). Stairs.

OX29 8AJ. (Locate using   Google Map or   OS Map or   OpenStreetMap).

Practice: Monday 19:30 – 21:00.

Sunday: 09:15 – 10:00 1st and 3rd

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St Mary’s Church, Freeland

This unaltered Victorian Gothic church of 1870 was designed by J. L. Pearson, an important Gothic Revival architect.

The glass and wall-paintings – which have recently been restored to their former glory – by his favourite craftsmen, Clayton and Bell.

The adjoining parsonage and the school form part of the scheme.

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The Bells

Overhauled and tuned by Whites of Appleton in 2010.

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Details and inscriptions of the bells

TREBLE (B):

1-3-24 c.w.t.

Whitechapel Bell Foundry Ltd

2010

2 (A):

2-0-15 c.w.t.

Whitechapel Bell Foundry Ltd

2010

3 (G):

2-2-13 c.w.t.

Mears & Stainbank

1896

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Details and inscriptions of the bells

4 (F♯):

 2-3-0 c.w.t

Mears & Stainbank

1896

5 (E):

3-0-0 c.w.t.

Mears & Stainbank

1896

Tenor (D):

3-3-3 c.w.t.

Mears & Stainbank

1896

Freeland Gallery

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