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All Saints' Church Bell, Milwich,

The Rev. Perry and the Colsale's Bell, the oldest dated bell in Staffordshire, and the seventh oldest in the country. The bell was cast by John of Colsale in 1409, and is one of only two medieval English ...

All Saints' Church Bells after Retuning, Milwich,

The centre bell is the oldest dated bell in Staffordshire, and the seventh oldest in the country. The bell was cast by John of Colsale in 1409, and is one of only two medieval English bells in the country ...

All Saints' Church Bells, Milwich,

The centre bell is the oldest dated bell in Staffordshire, and the seventh oldest in the country. The bell was cast by John of Colsale in 1409, and is one of only two medieval English bells in the country ...

Bell Dedication, Alstonefield

Pictured at the Dedication of bells at St. Peter's Church is the Bishop of Stafford, Rt. Rev. Michael Scott-Joynt (second right). Left to right: Sue Langford, Phillip Langford, Geoff Burton, Tim Eades, ...

Bell Ringers, St. Mary's Church, Stafford,

To celebrate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1887, St. Mary's Church increased its peal of bells from eight to ten, the funds for the extra two bells being raised by public subscription. The ...

Bell ringers, Uttoxeter

Bell ringing team at St. Mary's church, Uttoxeter.

Bell ringers, Uttoxeter

Bell ringing team at St. Mary's church, Uttoxeter.

Bellringers, St. Mary's Church, Stafford,

From left to right: Bert Garbutt, ?, Harry Slinn, Bert Warrilow, Bert Garbutt's son, ?, ? To celebrate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1887, St. Mary's Church increased its peal of bells from ...

Chapel, Coton Hill Asylum, Stafford,

Coton Hill Asylum was built in the 1850s and opened in 1854. It was originally built as an extension to the County Asylum in order to house private patients. It was to be known as The institution for ...

Checkley Church. Photographed by William Blake.

Church interior taken at St. Mary & All Saints Church, Church Lane, Checkley, Staffordshire.

Christ Church, Knightley,

Christ Church was built in 1840 on land given by Lord Lichfield. The architect was Thomas Trubshaw and the foundation stone was laid by the Countess of Lichfield. The chancel extension, vestry and ...

Church Bell Ringers, Audley Church

Eccleshall Church Bell Ringers. Back row (left to right): Norman Sharp, Tony Whittall, Chris Adams, Warren Griffiths. Front row: Kath Adams, Mary Sharp, Gordon Connon, James Went. The ringers are ...

Church bell, St. Mary's Church, Uttoxeter

A view of the bell chamber of St. Mary's Church, Uttoxeter, showing number 3 bell being rung.

Church bells, St. Mary's Parish Church, Uttoxeter

View of the Parish Church's eight church bells ready for re-hanging. The bells were taken down in 1905 after repairs to the bell tower found that the oak frame supporting them was in need of repair. Following ...

Church bells, St. Michael’s Church, Penkridge

Adjusting the hammer of the great tenor bell at Penkridge Church, which at the time of this photograph was muffled because of the death of King George VI, is 19 year old Roy Bastone, one of the bell-ringers. The ...

Colsale's Bell, All Saints' Church, Milwich,

The Colsale bell is the oldest dated bell in Staffordshire, and the seventh oldest in the country. The bell was cast by John of Colsale in 1409, and is one of only two medieval English bells in the country ...

Dedication of the electric bells, Fazeley Church

The Rev. Arthur M. Coxon, Vicar of Tamworth, and Rev. Dean are seen here dedicating the electronic bells in the vestry of Fazeley church.

Group outside Seighford Church

A group of men standing outside St. Chad's Church, Seighford. They are possibly bellringers. Second from left is John Worthington (born 1853).

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