Founders of the World's Finest Bells

Remembering 1914 -1918

To mark the centenary of the end of World War I we have cast a number of bells remembering some of those who were killed. This is the tenor bell of a new ring of eight for St Michael's Parish Church, Camberley, Yorktown, Surrey, here on display at the Aldershot Army Base Chapel . (Photo: David Pearson)

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The Great Peter of York arriving at York Cathedral.

For the Enthusiast

Taylor Bell Foundry has probably cast more large bells than any other bell foundry in the history of bell founding. Unlike some other English Bell Founders, who contracted out the casting of large bells whilst putting their name on them, all the bell we list have been cast in Taylor's own foundry.