[Bell Historians] Sacred Heart, St Ives, Hunts

Richard Smith richard@ex-parrot.com [bellhistorians] bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com
Thu Mar 26 11:29:22 GMT 2015

The Roman Catholic church of the Sacred Heart in St Ives has 
a double bell-cote above the east end of the nave.  Does 
anyone know anything about the two bells it contains?

My interest comes from the fact that the church was 
originally designed by Pugin and located in Cambridge, where 
it was dedicated to St Andrew.  After Our Lady and the 
English Martyrs was built, St Andrew's was dismantled, put 
on barges, and re-erected in St Ives.  I'm interested in 
what bells (if any) St Andrew's may have had, and it seems 
quite plausible they may remain in use at St Ives.


Posted by: Richard Smith <richard at ex-parrot.com>


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