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Roofing Work Underway

Holy Trinity wiht scaffolding

I am pleased to advise that work started on replacing the slate on Holy Trinity Orange's roof late in the week just finished. Estimated time is 4 weeks weather permitting. So we should be good to go when all bellringers are able to get together again!

Joy Fabry, Tower Captain
26 April 2020

Ringing Suspended at Orange due to Roofing Problems

Sad news from Holy Trinity Orange.

Recent snow seems to have caused slate roof tiles to loosen and fall. We'd seen a few bits and pieces on the ground lately but the process has accelerated to the point where the church is now enclosed by high fences and entry is barred to all (including ringers) but a few essential officials.

All services have been transferred to the memorial hall. The hope is that the church will be open for Christmas.

Meanwhile we hope to develop some handbell skills!

Joy Fabry, Tower Captain
30 August 2019

The Bells

The Bells of Holy Trinity, Orange

The Early Days - a photo gallery

Two of the Orange bells await final fitting out

We're ready (almost!) - two of the Orange bells await final fitting out

Ron Shepherd providing preparing another bell

Ron Shepherd preparing another bell

Jennifer Derrick in post-installation tidy mode

Jennifer Derrick in post-installation tidy mode

Norma Cother training at St James', Menangle

Norma Cother training at St James', Menangle

The Orange ringers visit Menangle for a training session

The Orange ringers visit Menangle for a training session

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