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SS. Peter & Paul, Deddington , Oxon
Banbury branch of the ODG
SS. Peter & Paul, Deddington  tower
SS. Peter & Paul, Deddington ŠPB 8 Apr 2004
Dedication: SS. Peter & Paul, Deddington

Service Ringing: Sun 9.45

Practice night: Mon 7.30pm

Availability and Restrictions On request, limited weekdays

The Bells (8) 15-3-3

Access to ringing chamber: Access via South porch or West door. 46 steps to ringing chamber.

The following information comes from F. Sharpe The Church Bells of Oxfordshire.He visited the tower in 1946.

Frame: Wood 'A'-type.
Gear: Elm headstocks, Plate gudgeons, Self-aligning ball-bearings, Traditional English-type wheels, Traditional stays, 1928/1946, R. White. Retuned Whitechapel 1987; tenor now 15-3-3 in F

A ring of 8, tenor 17-0-10, diameter 45¾”, tuned to F#
Bell Weight
cwt-qr-lb
Strike
note
Date
cast
Founder Foundry
location
Inscription
Treble 5-2-9 F# 1946 Mears & Stainbank Whitechapel M & S. LONDON. 1946. [Whitechapel foundry mark]
A.J.M.
D.D.D.
A.M.G.D.
JILL.
1945
VICTORY.
MAURICE FROST VICAR.
GEORGE MONTAGUE, WILLIAM HODGES,
E.C. PEARSON CHURCHWARDENS.
2 5-3-6 F 1946 Mears & Stainbank Whitechapel M & S. LONDON. 1946. [Whitechapel foundry mark]
A.J.M.
D.D.D.
A.M.G.D.
JOHN.
1945
VICTORY.
MAURICE FROST VICAR.
GEORGE MONTAGUE, WILLIAM HODGES,
E.C. PEARSON CHURCHWARDENS.
3 7-0-8 D# 1791 Thomas Mears I Whitechapel THOS. MEARS LATE LESTER PACK & CHAPMAN OF LONDON FECIT 1791 [Border G11]
4 7-1-25 C# 1791 Thomas Mears I Whitechapel THOS. MEARS LATE LESTER PACK & CHAPMAN OF LONDON FECIT 1791 [Border G11]
5 9-0-16 B 1791 Thomas Mears I Whitechapel THOS. MEARS LATE LESTER PACK & CHAPMAN OF LONDON FECIT 1791 [Border G11]
6 10-1-27 A# 1791 Thomas Mears I Whitechapel THOS. MEARS LATE LESTER PACK & CHAPMAN OF LONDON FECIT 1791 [Border G11]
7 12-3-7 G# 1791 Thomas Mears I Whitechapel THOS. MEARS LATE LESTER PACK & CHAPMAN OF LONDON FECIT 1791 [Border G11]
Tenor 17-0-10 F# 1791 Thomas Mears I Whitechapel THOS. MEARS LATE LESTER PACK & CHAPMAN OF LONDON FECIT 1791 [Border G11]
Sanctus 1-2-0#   1649 James Keene Woodstock ANTONY BASELY RICHARD LARGE [A2] C W 1649
Church facilities: toilet

Travel Details: OS Grid Ref: SP468317 park in village

Eating Places: The Deddington Arms or the Red Lion

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