Kelmarsh.

P1040700

Address :
St. Denys’ Church,
Clipston Road, Kelmarsh.
Northants. NN6 9LY


It is recorded that the Church was earlier dedicated to St. Luke.
Ref:- The Church Bells of Northamptonshire, by T. North, 1878.

Benefice:- Clipston, Haselbech, Kelmarsh & Naseby.

Dove’s Guide

Tower Captain : Nich Wilson. Mobile : 07767 728 767.


6 Bells.

All 6 bells were cast in 1774 by Edward Arnold of St. Neots.

  1. Treble 4¾ cwt.
  2. 5    cwt.
  3. 5½ cwt.
  4. 6½ cwt.
  5. 7¼ cwt.
  6. Tenor 9 cwt.

Clock.


Ground floor rope layout plan.

… west wall  & window of tower …

              2nd.

Treble                           3rd.

                                       4th.

Tenor                 5th.

……..↓screen & door to nave↓……..

>>> EXIT  >>> north door >>>


Accessibility to Church.
Gravel path leads from car park to north porch.

Occasional bell ringing prior to Sunday Services.

No practice night.

Off-road car parking, adjacent to the Church, accessed from Clipston road, located west of A508, Market Harborough Road.


Observations.

  • Treble bell deep set.
  • Reasonable rope circle.

Technical attributes.

  • Composite wood and metal frame.
  • Wooden headstocks.
  • Conventional stays.
  • Plain gudgeon pin bearings.

The Earlier bells.

  • According to Bridges, there were 4 bells in 1700.

 

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