Fenny Compton, St Peter & St Clare, Warwickshire
|Bells:||3; 7cwt in Bb (GF)|
|Recommended Pub:||The Merrie Lion, Brook Street, Fenny Compton, Southam, Warwickshire, CV47 2YH. Tel: 01295 771134 |
The Wharf Inn, Wharf Road, Fenny Compton, CV47 2FE. Tel: 01295 770332
|Contact:||Keith Distin 01295 770118|
History Of The Bells
A nice pretty Warwickshire village. The church has three bells, with room for more. They are very much in a ringable state. The cast iron frame and fittings are by Thomas Bond of Burford, 1938. The treble was previously rehung by Barwells in about 1900 at which time it was quarter turned. It has now been one-eighted turned. The other two bells have been quarter turned. All bells have had their canons removed. A piece from the old bellframe dated 1636 is preserved in the tower.
Look for the sign from High Street signed "Church Street Only" to the left.
Details Of The Bells
|1||Henry Bagley I, Chacombe||1636||4cwt||28.00"||1213.5Hz||(D#-44c)|
|2||John Appowell, Buckingham||c.1560||5½cwt||31.00"||1105.5Hz||(C#-5c)|
|3||Henry Bagley, Chacombe||1663||7cwt||34.25"||952.5Hz||(Bb+37c)|