Treble, G, 27¼” Diameter, 5cwt 2qr 20lb
Here hang I, a Millennium Bell
Serve the Lord and serve Him well

2001
John Taylor Bellfounders Ltd

Second, F, 28½” Diameter 5cwt 3qr 22lb
My ring you’ll hear both far and wide
May Hornchurch in God’s love abide

2001
John Taylor Bellfounders Ltd

Third, Eb30″ Diameter 5cwt 1qr 4lb
To the glory of God in commemoration of the 20th century

1901
Mears & Co

Fourth, D, 31″ Diameter 5cwt 2qr 16lb
To the glory of God in commemoration of the 20th century

1901
Mears & Co

Fifth, C, 31½” Diameter 5cwt 3qr 20lb
If you have a judicious ear, you’ll own my voice is sweet & clear

1779
Mears & Co

Sixth, Bb, 34¼” Diameter 6cwt 3qr 3lb
Peace and good neighbourhood

1779
Mears & Co

Seventh, Ab 37 5/8″ Diameter 8cwt 2qr 18lb
Ye ringers all that prize your health & happiness Be sober, merry, wise and you’ll the same posess

1779
Mears & Co

Eight, G 40½” Diameter, 10cwt 0qr 13lb
Ye people all that hear me ring Be Faithful to your God & King

1779
Mears & Co

Ninth, F, 43 5/8″ Diameter. 14cwt 1qr 25lb
In wedlock bands all ye who join with hands & hearts unite, so shall our tuneful tongues combine to laugh the nuptial rite

1779
Mears & Co

Tenor, Eb, 49″ Diameter, 18cwt 0qr 0lb
The Rev.Robt.Speed, Rector, mssrs Wennel & Doggitt Church Wardens. Intactum; Percute, dulce cano
Untouched I am silent, Strike me, I give forth a sweet sound

1779
Mears & Co

Notes

The size and weight of bells are by tradition measured in Imperial measures. A list of conversions can be found below:

  • 1 inch (“) = ~2.54cm
  • 1 long hundredweight (cw) = ~50.802 kg. There are 112lb in a hundredweight. Not to be confused with the smaller US hundredweight.
  • 1 quarter (qr) = ~12.7kg or a quarter of a hundredweight
  • 1 pound (lb) = ~453.6 grams