[Bell Historians] Holy Trinity Burton On Trent

Bryan McCahey b.mccahey at OXSqNVbsLYIFbvYGLjRka84FwF1-VTEtiuosT5p7RUzFlLEMb5hgyW1OoYfef9d1Jp4ojmDzLCXMQt6rOg.yahoo.invalid
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There's an article and nice illustration of Holy Trinity, Burton at 

Bryan McCahey

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I have yet another query. Before 1969 there used to be a church called
Holy Trinity (where the present Focus DIY is) around 1969/70 the church
was pulled down. It was originally going to have a ring of 10 but It
ended up with a 40cwt Tenor! I would like to know more about it and what
happened to it. I assume it went back to the bell foundary and was
melted down.

Can any on enlighten me?
The church was built in 1881/2 and had a 200 ft spire with a clock in
the tower.

Steven Blakemore


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