St. Michael, Great Gidding
The bells are hung in the wooden 1839 Taylor frame. Bells last re-hung in the late sixties, the oak frame being strengthened by the installation of a new metal sub-frame. New elm headstocks, bearings, wheels and fittings. In 2005 the cracked headstock of the tenor was replaced with a new Iroko headstock, whilst in 2011 the odd striking of the treble and second bell received remedial attention. The re-hanging and subsequent work carried out by Whites of Appleton.