St Giles, Cripplegate

St Giles, Cripplegate

St Giles is a medieval church within the modern Barbican complex in City of London. St Giles was completely gutted the church when it was bombed during the Second World War.

The 12 bells currently in the tower were cast in 1954 by Mears & Stainbank with a sharpe second being added in 2006.

The weights of the bells

Bell Weight Note Dated Founder
15-2-7G#1954Mears & Stainbank
2 5-2-12F#1954Mears & Stainbank
35-3-0E#1954Mears & Stainbank
46-3-4D#1954Mears & Stainbank
57-3-27C#1954Mears & Stainbank
67-3-24B#1954Mears & Stainbank
79-0-2A#1954Mears & Stainbank
811-0-5G#1954Mears & Stainbank
914-2-6F#1954Mears & Stainbank
1017-2-18E#1954Mears & Stainbank
1124-0-17D#1954Mears & Stainbank
1234-0-6C#1954Mears & Stainbank
2#5-1-22F1954Mears & Stainbank

 

Where is St Giles Cripplegate?

How to get here?

A map is at the bottom of the page 

Address:

St Giles,
Fore Street,
City of London
EC2Y 8DA

Closest tube stations:

  • Moorgate
  • Barbican