Gresford Bells, feature
Gresford Bells, listing

Gresford Bells

One of the Seven Welsh Wonders, The Gresford Bells are a must for any budding historian’s holiday itinerary. These historic wonders came to be in 1714, and they originally comprised of three bells inside All Saints’ Church: The tenor, third and treble.

In 1873, this number grew to six, with second, fourth, fifth and sixth bells dedicated to founders and wardens. Since then, the bells have received numerous refurbishments, with the latest taking place in 2006. During the last refurbishment, the Gresford Bells were replaced by lighter ones.

Why not pay All Saints’ Church a visit? During a tour of the church, you’ll not only come across the bells, but you’ll get to see the grove of yews, a Romano-British altar and magnificent stained-glass windows.

After exploring the church and its special sights, why not embark on a trip to Overton to find another of the Seven Wonders of Wales, the Overton Yew Trees?

Come and discover a special Welsh wonder…

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