Bishops Tachbrook, St Chad, Warwickshire
|Bells:||3; 6-3-10 in Bb|
|Practice Night:||Thursday 7:30pm-9.00pm (Check)|
|Service Ringing:||9:30am-9.50am (Check)|
|Contact:||Mr Roy, L. K. Drew, 56 Mallory Road, Bishops Tachbrook,
Leamington Spa CV33 9QY
History Of The Bells
These bells are ringable and now have a local band. They are in an old wooden frame. Rehung (in the tower) with new fittings by Taylors in 1893 and put on ball bearings by the same firm in 1936. There is a recent, 1997, upstairs ringing room that is rather plush compared to most rings of 3! There is also a separate clock bell by Thomas Mears, 1843, 24.24", 3-0-11.
There is some hope that the bells may be augmented in the future, an inspection was carried out by the Guild in 2001 and quotations obtained to augment to 6. The local ringers are keen to have more bells in their tower, but recent spending on a church building project means that this is not imminent.
The church is just off the main road through the village, on Church Hill.
Details Of The Bells
|1||John Martin, Worcester||1653||4¾cwt||29.75"|
|2||Richard Sanders, Stratford||1719||5¾cwt||30.50"|
|3||William Brooke, Bromsgrove||1740||6-3-10||34.375"|