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All Saints, Mollington, Oxon
Banbury branch of the ODG
All Saints, Mollington tower
All Saints, Mollington
Dedication: All Saints, Mollington

Service Ringing: Sun variable

Practice night: 7.30pm (4, check first)

Availability and Restrictions on request

The Bells (6) 4-2-6#

Access to ringing chamber: Ground floor. Access via South porch.

The following information comes from Andrew Bull

The inscriptions are taken from F. Sharpe The Church Bells of Oxfordshire. He visited the tower in 1945.

Gear: Metal low frame, Cast-iron headstocks, Fixed steel gudgeons,Self-aligning ball-bearings, Traditional English-type wheels,Traditional stays, 1981.

A ring of 6, tenor 4-2-6, diameter 30”, tuned to C
Bell Weight
cwt-qr-lb
Strike
note
Date
cast
Founder Foundry
location
Inscription
Treble 2-1-12 A 1981 Mears & Stainbank Whitechapel  
2 2-1-8 G 1981 Mears & Stainbank Whitechapel  
3 2-2-16 F 1875 Mears & Stainbank Whitechapel MEARS & STAINBANK FOUNDERS 1875.
4 3-0-24 E 1789 John Briant Hertford JOHN BRIANT HERTFORD FECIT 1798
5 3-3-16 D 1631 Henry Bagley I Chacombe GOD SAVE THE KING [R13] HENRY BAGLE [B10] 1631 [Bell A5 thrice]
Tenor 4-2-6 C 1875 Mears & Stainbank Whitechapel MEARS & STAINBANK FOUNDERS 1875.
Note:
There were 5 bells when F. Sharpe visited the tower in 1945. In 1981 the old treble was replaced by two new trebles.

Travel Details: OS Grid Ref: SP442475

Eating Places: The Green Man

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