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St. Peter, Stoke Goldington, Bucks
North Bucks branch of the ODG
St. Peter, Stoke Goldington
St. Peter, Stoke Goldington
Dedication: St. Peter, Stoke Goldington

Service Ringing: Sun 9.15(2)

Practice night: Fri 7.30pm (2,4)

The Bells (6) 13-1-22

  • Audibility: 2/3 (On a scale of 1 to 5, 1=faint 5=very loud)
Access to ringing chamber: Entry through church door. 15 stone spiral steps to a gallery.

The following information comes from the North Bucks web site Dec 2003
The inscriptions on the second to fifth are from A.H.Cocks The Church Bells of Buckinghamshire, page 574.
A tower notice states that the bells were rehung in a new cast iron framen mwith new fittings by Mears & Stainbank in 1925.

A ring of 6; tenor 13-1-22
Bell Weight
Diameter Date
Founder Foundry
treble 5-0-23   1952 Mears & Stainbank Whitechapel  
2 6-0-22 32¼ 1707 Henry Penn Peterborough THOMAS HODGKIN WILL WARING CHVRCHWARDENS HENRY PENN MADE ME 1707 [3 coins]
3 7-2-9 34½ 1625 Robert Atton Buckingham [3 bells, R5] GOD [Stop, 7, twice] SAVE [Stop, 7, twice] KYNG [Stop, 7, twice] CHARLS 1625
4 8-2-14 36¼ 1625 Robert Atton Buckingham [3 bells, R5] GOD SAVE KYNG CHARLS 1625
5 10-2-11 41 1625 Robert Atton Buckingham [3 bells, R5] GOD SAVE KYNG CHARLS [Stop, 7] 1625
tenor 15-0-22   1952 Mears & Stainbank Whitechapel  


Travel Details: OS Grid Ref: SP832492 park on grass verge

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