Bells of the City of Westminster

All Souls

Marylebone, All Souls, Langham Place

Photo: Dickon R Love, 24 Jan 2006

  • 3 bells hung for chiming (probably clock chime)
  • Tenor: 9 cwt approx. in A.
  • Grid Ref: TQ289815
  • Building Listed Grade: I. Click for Heritage details.

Details of the Bells

Bell Weight
(most recent)*
Diameter Note Date FounderRetuned
1 3½ cwt approx.26" F 1824 Thomas Mears IINever
2 6 cwt approx.30½" D 1824 Thomas Mears IINever
3 9 cwt approx.38" A 1824 Thomas Mears IINever

* Source of weight figures: Estimate


1822 The building of the church commenced. This Commissioners' Church of the 1st Parliamentary Grant was built at a cost of £19,612. John Nash was the architect and Robert Streather was the builder. This was the last surviving one of John Nash's churches. Work was completed in 1824.
1824 3 bells were cast by Thomas Mears II and hung in the tower. The clock was supplied at the same time by Moore of Clerkenwell.
1940 A landmine explosion caused severe damage to the roof.


Old sketch.

Love's Guide to the Bells of the City of Westminster Page updated: 15 April 2022