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Holme upon Spalding Moor

All Saints

Practice night:

Contact:

6 bells, 6-3-10 in A

Total peals: 34

Total quarters: 47

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Long Riston

St Margaret

Practice night:

Contact:

3 bells, 5-1-20 in Db

Total peals: 0

Total quarters: 3

Long Riston began ringing in time for the 'Ring in 2000' drive. The bells are believed to have come from Rise when the new ring of five were installed there.

 Map ref: TA123427 View Map

Patrington

St Patrick

Practice night:

Contact:

8 bells, 10-0-24 in G.

Total peals: 38

Total quarters: 74

St Patricks is often referred to as the 'Queen of Holderness' to Hedon's 'King' (See Monday Practices). The most stiking feature is the tower renowned as one of the finest in the country. Patrington has one of the most unique entrances to a tower anywhere involving walking up the roof and crawling bent double along a narrow cat walk in the apex of the roof.

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Withernsea

St Nicholas

Practice night:

Contact:

6 bells,

Total peals: 3

Total quarters: 30

The bells at St. Nicholas were out of action for many years due to the proximity of a sheltered housing complex next to the church. The closure of this complex in the mid 90's led to the bells being made available for ringing again.

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