John Warner & Sons
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Warners cast some notable bells including the clock chime at the Houses of Parliament at their foundry in Cripplegate. The larger Big Ben was cast at Norton, near Stockton-on-Tees but later had to be re-cast by the Whitechapel Bell Foundry. In 1913, Warners cast the peal of 12 bells at Chelmsford Cathedral, the heaviest weighing 34cwt and sounds note C.
The first set of bells in New Zealand, at St Peter's Anglican Church Wellington, were made by John Warner & Sons.
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