Milton Regis Bells: Rededicated on 25th August 2019
Last Ringing of bells before 2018 refurbishment
Many thanks to Ken Millar and Steven Warner for photographs.
Milton Regis bell tower is the largest in Kent and the third largest in England in girth. It was built between 1310 and 1330.
Details of the bells
Bell Date Cast Weight(cwt) Note Founder
Treble 1934 4-3-3 E Alfred Bowell
2 1681 4-2-14 D James Bartlett
3 1681 5-1-25 C James Bartlett
4 1681 6-1-11 B James Bartlett
5 1681 8-0-19 A James Bartlett
Tenor 1890 10-3-13 G Mears & Stainbank
The treble bell was donated by J. Dixon Esq in memory of four local ringers who lost their lives in the First World War.
Practice night: Every Tuesday 7.30pm - 9pm,
Sundays 10:30am - 11am by arrangement. (Confirm before attending)
Training dates for ringing centre will be arranged once the final work on the bells has been finished at the beginning of November.
Chris M Trafford (Tower Captain)
Phone: 01795 436877