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  • Bells on the Church steps, 1954

    In 1954 the bells were sent to John Taylors's bell foundry at Loughborough, Leicestershire for re-tuning and re-hanging on ball bearings in a partly new frame. They were removed after Easter and were re-dedicated by the Bishop of Gloucester at the Harvest Thanksgiving service on 15th October. The work cost about £1000 and was raised by means of collection, fetes and a harvest supper.
  • Queen's Silver Jubilee, 'Bell'…

    Flower arrangement in the shape of a bell, created by Sandra Hall, decorating a window sill in St Lawrence's Church for the Queen's Silver Jubilee in 1977.
  • Tudor House Bell

    This partially housed bell is on the right hand gable of Tudor House. It was rung to warn of possible air raid attacks during WW2. Air Raid Precaution wardens (A.R.P.s) also also cycled around the village blowing warning whistles and, when the danger had passed, blowing the 'all clear'.
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