For this church:
Laneham St Peter
Funds were raised by local residents for a clock to mark the millennium. The clock was installed by The English Clock Company of France (no longer in existence). They used parts made by John Smith & Sons of Derby. The clock consists of a synchronous movement driving the hands and an electromagnetic hammer to strike the hours. The synchronous movement is connected to a restart unit avoiding manual adjustments for power cuts and summertime alterations. The hour hammer is controlled by an electronic control system.
A plaque on the west wall of the nave reads:
In 2003, a new movement and hands were installed, made by Shire Clocks.