Blackburn Cathedral, is officially known as the Cathedral Church of Blackburn Saint Mary the Virgin.
It is situated in the heart of Blackburn town centre in Lancashire.
The Cathedral has a ring of ten bells, cast by Messrs John Taylor of Loughbrough in 1949 and considered by many ringers to be amongst the top dozen or so from a total of two hundred and fifty similar rings.
Fifty steps lead from the ground floor to the belfry.
Little is available online about the clock. Can you help with something about the history? Let us know via the comments area below.
About the bells of Blackburn Cathedral