Honington, All Saints, Warwickshire

Honington Bells:  6: 13cwt in Ab (GF)
Grid Reference: 151/261426
Postcode: CV36 5AB
District: Warwick
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Recording
Practice Night: None
Service Ringing: None
Recommended Pub: The is no pub in the village - depending on next destination, try:-
The White Lion, Tredington, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire CV36 4NS. Tel: 01608 662067, or
The Horse Shoe Inn, 6 Church Street, Shipston-on-Stour Warwickshire, CV36 4AP. Tel: 01608662190
Contact: Graham Nabb, 12 Glosters Green, Kineton, Warks, CV35 0LT. Tel: 01926 641812 Click to Email

History Of The Bells

This estate church is just off the old A34, now the A3400 - look for the signpost just south of Tredington. A pretty church with a ring of 6 rung from the ground floor. These were probably cast as a ring of five by Bagley and augmented by Rudhall to six in 1810. It is likely that this new bell was originally cast for Newnham on Severn, where the treble and tenor bells have proven to be unsatisfactory. Previously, the fourth required recasting in 1726.

The wooden frame and fittings are by Thomas Mallaby & Sons of Masham, 1892 (cost £90). The bells have been quarter turned and retain their canons.

The entrance is at the base of the tower and not through the church. The bells go reasonably well, some much needed routine maintenance being carried out recently. 

Details Of The Bells
1 John Rudhall, Gloucester 1810 4½cwt 29.00" 1371.5Hz (F-32c)
2 Matthew Bagley, Chacombe 1687 5cwt 29.875" 1239.5Hz (Eb-7c)
3 Matthew Bagley, Chacombe 1687 5¾cwt 31.75" 1080.5Hz (Db-45c)
4 Abraham Rudhall II, Gloucester 1726 6½cwt 31.125" 1040.5Hz (C-10c)
5 Matthew Bagley, Chacombe 1687 8cwt 37.00" 908.0Hz (Bb-46c)
6 Matthew Bagley, Chacombe 1687 11cwt 40.75" 812.5Hz (Ab-38c)