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St Anne's Church to have oldest bell - and the most - in the CIs

Posted Wed 27th March 2013 at 15:27

St Anne's Church has been given the go ahead by Bailiwick to install the Channel Islands' first full peal of bells.

It was announced earlier this year that an anonymous donor had come forward to pay for six new bells to be cast and added to St Anne's Church existing six bell peal.

And it has now emerged that a thirteenth bell, a 15th century Sanctus Bell, will join those 12. The Sanctus Bell, cast in Bury St Edmunds by Reginald Churche, belonged to St Helen's Church in Ipswich, but is now redundant. Alderney Shipping has offered to transfer the Sanctus Bell to Alderney free of charge.

But before any work was done St Anne's first had to first apply for formal permission from the Deanery of the Bailiwick of Guernsey.

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