Hayling Island.

John Paul Adams J.Adams at u...
Sun Jun 6 13:47:27 BST 2004

The latest edition of e-Motion, the "in flight" magazine on South West
Trains has an article on various seaside resorts the company serves.

Included under Hayling Island is:

"The charming village of Northney has thatched cottages and a church
containing the oldest peal of bells in England."

A bit of googling shows this to be St Peter's, North Hayling (or Northney),
three bells, Whitechapel 1350. I assume these are a chime as they are not
listed in Dove.

Any details?


John Paul Adams, Medical School IT Support Section,
University College London, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT.
Work: 020-7679-6867. Mobile: 07970-150707. Email: J.Adams at u...
WWW: http://www.homepages.ucl.ac.uk/~ccaajpa/

More information about the Bell-historians mailing list