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Eastrington

St Michael

Practice night: Friday

Contact:

6 bells, 10-2-1 in G.

Total peals: 8

Total quarters: 28

The church is believed to be 11th or 12th century in origin. Prior to 1923 the tower only had 3 bells, these were recast in 1923 by Gillett and Johnston of Croydon as thanksgiving for the return of the men from the parish who served in the Great War of 1914-1919.

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Great Driffield

All Saints

Practice night: Friday

Contact:

6 bells, 12 in F#

Total peals: 1

Total quarters: 27

These bells were out of action for over thirty years, restored with grants from the BnD and money from local benefactors the bells are once more rung full circle for services.

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Rise

All Saints

Practice night: Friday

Contact:

5 bells, 9-1-1 in G.

Total peals: 10

Total quarters: 49

The church was built by the Bethal family who also gave the ring of 5 in 1904. The original 3 being moved to Long Riston. The bells were cast by Talyors and hung in a cast iron H frame. Apparantly the bells were only chimed until the forties when a band was taught at Holy Trinity. Practices are alternated with Sutton.

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Sutton on Hull

St James

Practice night: Friday

Contact:

6 bells, 13-2-9 in F#

Total peals: 26

Total quarters: 141

Sutton's bells were cast in 1889 as a five by John Taylor's. The third was recast and retuned in 1890 and a new, heavier tenor added. Sutton has fostered many talented ringers over the years many of whom have gone onto greater acheivements in ringing.
Practices alternate with Rise.

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