St Michael's, Cornhill

St Michael's, Cornhill

The church of St Michael, Cornhill, has been on this place in the City of London since medieval times.However the medieval structure was destroyed in the Great Fire of London, and replaced by the present building which is attributed to Sir Christopher Wren

In April 2011 the current set of twelve bells were cast by John Taylor & Co. replacing an older set of twelve bells.

The weights of the bells

Bell Weight Note Dated Founder
15-3-1Ab2011John Taylor & Co
2 6-0-11Gb2011John Taylor & Co
36-0-14F2011John Taylor & Co
46-0-11Eb2011John Taylor & Co
57-0-1Db2011John Taylor & Co
67-0-18C2011John Taylor & Co
78-0-26Bb2011John Taylor & Co
810-0-22Ab2011John Taylor & Co
912-3-16Gb2011John Taylor & Co
1016-1-19F2011John Taylor & Co
1122-1-12Eb2011John Taylor & Co
1232-1-6Db2011John Taylor & Co


Where is St Michael's Cornhill?

How to get here?

A map is at the bottom of the page 


St Michael's,
City of London,

Closest tube stations:

  • Bank
  • St Paul's
  • Mansion House