Horsington- Clock, Bell & Board

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Reference WMO/260639


All Saints Church

Main Street


LN10 5EX


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Clock
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: 13 December 1919 a memorial service was held to the fallen of the parish and the dedication of a clock and bell place in the steeple. The clock was gifted by Canon Arthur Frederick Suttion and the parishioner raised £60 for bell for it to strike on, Manufactured by Messrs Meers and Stainbeck, Whitechapel, London, it bears the inscription PAX 1919. A collection was made towards the completion of the fund and the provision for a memorial tablet with the names of the fallen Wall mounted dark wooden vertical rectangle with small oval top. Rests on slim decorative shelf which has two small decorative supports beneath. Main section is divided into three parts by vertical heavy vine and leaf carving. War dates and part dedication at top. Left panel has information about bell, right panel information about clock. Centre panel shows wreath with six names below and further part dedication beneath. Small piece of wood attached to bottom holds a further single name. All lettering is carved and self coloured. 1.12m, (1.02m at shoulders) x 0.85m x 0.05m. Erected on the north wall of the nave
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