Inventory of Bells

St Mary the Virgin Church - HEACHAM (ENGLAND)

(Reference: 13848)
1 Church Ln
PE31 7HJ HEACHAM

Webhttps://www.heachamchurch.org.uk
Description The Church of St Mary the Virgin is the oldest functioning building. Norman in style, it dates from 1230. The earliest record of the church, covenant for building a chapel to the Blessed Virgin Mary being 1248. In the cupola on the tower hangs a bell dating from about 1100, making it the oldest in East Anglia and seventh oldest in the country. (Wikipedia)
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  • MARTÍNEZ ROIG, Eliseu (20-06-2024)
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    Records of the bells

    Card editor MARTÍNEZ ROIG, Eliseu
    Updating 20-06-2024

    Existing bells

    LocationBellBellfounderCasting yearDiameter (in cm)Weight
    bell chamberOld Bell1100ca5072
    bell chamberBell (1)60125

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  • HEACHAM: Bells, bell ringers and bell ringing
  • Francesc LLOP i BAYO; Francesc Xavier MARTÍN NOGUERA Metodologia dels inventaris de campanes (1998)
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