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St. Peter, Caversham, Berks
Reading branch of the ODG
Further details in another file.

St. Peter, Caversham tower
St. Peter, Caversham ęKMC 30 Sept 2002

  Dedication: St. Peter, Caversham benefice
  Tower Correspondent:
have an electronic file but not copied in yet, until sure it will comply with the Data Protection Act

  Service Ringing: Sunday 9.15-9.45
  Practice night: Tuesday 8.00 - 9.30pm
  Availability and Restrictions:

  The Bells (8) 7-3-13 further details

  Access to ringing chamber: Through external door in base of flint faced tower leading to a spiral staircase with brick lining to the wall, 30 steps, including the extra ones near the ground. Treads are concrete with wooden facing. Spacious chamber with 2 opening windows. Bell 3 is tied to a 'spare tail end' which lies on the floor during ringing and later holds up the bell so the vicar can chime the bell from the ground.

  Points of interest in church Norman Arch to South Doorway
  Church facilities:
Toilet in church (locked but key in ringing chamber)
1st Aid box on window sill
  Travel Details: OS Grid Ref: SU708748
  Public Transport:

By road Church is almost at the bottom of the hill of St. Peter's Road, Caversham, (a suburb of Reading) on the right hand side, almost at the river

Car Parking in The Warren, a turning to the right off St. Peter's Road  
Eating Places:
The Griffin a little further down St. Peter's Road, has a pleasant garden and a car park.

  Local points of interest for non ringers:

Page last updated 14 Aug 2005

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