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The new peal of bells

The three new bells (treble nearest camera) at the open afternoon in Hacheston church on March 5 2000

The fifth (Brasyer circa 1450) and sixth (Darbie 1683) with new canon-retaining headstocks in Hacheston church on 5 March 2000

The new peal of bells

Bell

Founder

Date

Weight

Sponsor

Inscription

Treble

Taylor of Loughborough

1999

4 0 18

Anonymous

'I am Richard,
 weaver of truth with trust'

2nd

Taylor of Loughborough

1999

4 1 0

Miss Margaret
 Gilbert, Felixstowe

'Praise God
 from whom all
 blessing
 flow'

3rd

Taylor of Loughborough

1999

4 2 2

Sir Colin and Lady
 Walker and family,
 Hacheston

'A J and
 O G Walker
 'Colin Walker
 October
 7th 1934 -
 September
 1st 1999'

4th

John Darbie of Ipswich

1683

5 0 21

Geoffrey and
Hazel Woodard,
 Hacheston

 

5th

Brasyer of Norwich

c1450

6 3 0

Mr and Mrs
 Robin Vickers.
 In memory of Shirley Vickers

 

Tenor

John Darbie of Ipswich

1683

7 1 25

The Clow
 Family
 of Hacheston

 

The peal is tuned to the key of Ab.

The service bell is by William and Alice Brend of Norwich 1589 - sponsored by the Revd Harry Edwards and family.

The Hacheston Bells 2000 Committee thanks everyone who has worked so hard to make this possible.

 


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