Church of St. Mary and All Saints, Bingham facts for kids
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Lych gate, St Mary and All Saints' Church
|Denomination||Church of England|
|Dedication||St. Mary and All Saints|
|Diocese||Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham|
The church is Grade I listed by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport as a building of outstanding architectural or historic interest.
The church is medieval. It was restored by George Gilbert Scott in 1845 and 1846 with further work by W. D. Caroe in 1912.
The lychgate of 1881 was designed by Frank Miles, son of Robert Miles, rector.
There are currently eight bells in the tower. They are rung twice on Sundays for services and for special occasions. They are also rung on Fridays as part of a practice night for the Bell Ringers. The largest bell is called the tenor which is 15.5 cwt.
An organ was installed in 1859 built by Bryceson and Son of London. It was opened on Thursday 15 September 1859.
- Richard Wyot 1519 - 1522
- John Hanmer ???? - 1624
- Matthew Wren 1624 - ????
- William Robinson 1635 - 1642
- Samuel Brunsell ???? - 1687
- Robert Lowe ca. 1841
- Robert Henry William Miles, 1845–1883
- Percy H Droosten 1884 - 1909
- John Reay
- H. R. M. Hutt ca. 1932
- Morris Gelsthorpe 1953 - 1963 formerly Bishop of Sudan
- H A Kirton 1963 - ????
- David Keene
- David Swain 1982 - 1994
- David L Harper 1994 - 2016
- Jon Wright 2017 -
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