Stainbank

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  • In 1916, four more bells were cast by Mears and Stainbank to provide a ring of five.
  • The church is still in commission and has a pipe organ and a peg bell by Mears & Stainbank.
  • Two more bells were cast by Mears and Stainbank and added to the tower in 1889.
  • Two more bells were added in 1937, cast by Mears and Stainbank.
  • The Bell, possibly the work of Mears & Stainbank, is rung every Sunday to call the faithful to mass.
  • The tower is high, and contains twelve bells, ten of which were cast by Mears and Stainbank in 1965.
  • Two more bells, cast by Mears and Stainbank, were added in 1967.
  • There are eight bells in the tower cast by Mears and Stainbank in London in 1897.
  • There is a ring of eight bells, all of which were cast in 1904 by Mears and Stainbank.
  • All thirteen bells were cast by Mears & Stainbank of Whitechapel in London.
  • The three youngest bells, including the treble, were cast in 1874 by Mears and Stainbank.
  • They were re-hung in the new church, and Mears and Stainbank of the Whitechapel Bell Foundry re-cast them all in 1936.
  • St Peter's has a ring of five bells, all cast by Robert Stainbank of the Whitechapel Bell Foundry in 1868.
  • He invited Albert Hughes from Mears & Stainbank to inspect the tower with a view to replacing the bells with a ring of six.
  • The name Apartheid Museum was registered as a trademark in 1990 by Mike Stainbank.
  • The oldest bell, the fourth, was recast by Mears and Stainbank in 1876.
  • The bell gable incorporates the original bell of 1893 by Mears & Stainbank.
  • The name of the company, Mears and Stainbank, is cast into the bells, along with the names of Henry and Ellen Williams the donors, and their children.
  • Mears and Stainbank of the Whitechapel Bell Foundry cast the fourth bell in 1929.
  • Mears and Stainbank of the Whitechapel Bell Foundry cast the remaining five bells in 1927.
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