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Dersingham

S Nicholas

6, tenor 9-0-8 in G

Monday 19h00

This fine 15c tower is home to a mixed ring of six, last re-hung by Taylor’s in 1929, at which time the old Mallows second was recast. The Treble and 3rd are by Arnold & Osborn 1733.The 2nd by Taylor’s 1929. The 4th by John Draper 1636. The 5th by J Mallows 1750.The Tenor is by Thomas Newman 1705.

As well as affording a lofty view of this spacious church, the ringing room houses a generous glass fronted case crammed full of fascinating parts forming the clock mechanism.

The first recorded peal at Dersingham was in 1923, six years before the restoration, on the occasion of the visit to Sandringham by the King and Queen of Norway. The methods were Oxford & Kent TB and Plain Bob. The band consisted of ringers from Lynn and Gaywood.  (Roger Peckham)

Location

  • BranchWestern
  • CountyNorfolk
  • PostcodePE31 6GZ
  • DioceseNorwich
  • Latitude52.84439
  • Longitude0.51229
  • Grid RefTF692303

Ringing

  • Bells6
  • Tenor9-0-8 in G
  • ConditionGood
  • AccessibilityUnknown
  • Practice DayMonday 19h00
  • Sunday Service Ringing10h00
  • First PealMinor (3 methods)
  • 27 December 1923

Extra Information

  • Toilet Available

Membership

9
2001
14
2002
8
2003
10
2004
12
2005
14
2006
7
2007
9
2008
6
2009
5
2010
5
2011
3
2012
3
2013
3
2014
5
2015

Contact

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