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Quatt, St. Andrew

I rang in St Andrews, the Parish Church of Quatt as part of a tour in 2006. There was originally an Anglo-Saxon Church on this site but it has been rebuilt over the centuries with the tower being rebuilt in the 18th Century to accommodate a new peal of 6 bells. Access to the ropes was up a short set of steps. There are no regular ringers here and the room was a little scruffy but had excellent "external awareness" through a large window. Overall quite a nice set of bells and similar to our own back in Harvington.

The Bells

Ringing room
Ringing room

The tower has a ring of 6 bells with a tenor weighing 8-0-0 in A. Dove's Guide includes details of the bells at St Andrew.

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