[Bell Historians] Anti-clockwise rings

Nick Bowden nickwbowden at f...
Thu Apr 25 21:23:31 BST 2002

I accidently omitted E Knoyle, Pirton & Takeley. The others are not listed
as ACW in Dove. If they still are then can someone confirm please so that
Dove can be updated. Likewise those that are not ACW. I know Hickling &
Uffington are now clockwise. I have it on good authority that Wherwell are
still ACW. Please can someone confirm.

----- Original Message -----
From: John Paul Adams <J.Adams at u...>
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Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2002 4:15 PM
Subject: [Bell Historians] Anti-clockwise rings

> Sometime back, Nick Bowden posted a list of anti-clockwise rings
> from Dove. Sorry it has taken a while to look through the list,
> but here are some anomolies:
> These towers I have rung at, and they were anti-clockwise at the
> time. In the case of Pirton and Uffington, they may have been
> rehung clockwise in a restoration scheme after I visited. They
> are not included on Nick's list.
> Ampton, Suffolk, 4 bells.
> East Knoyle, Wiltshire, 6 bells.
> Ellington, Cambridgeshire, 4 bells.
> Hickling, Nottinghamshire, 6 bells.
> Pirton, Hertfordshire, 5 bells.
> Sevington, Kent, 4 bells.
> Southfleet, Kent, 6 bells.
> Takeley, Essex, 4 bells.
> Uffington, Oxfordshire, 5 bells.
> These towers are on Nick's list as being anti-clockwise, but were not
> when I rang there! In the case of Stoughton, I rang them as a three,
> so they may have been made anti-clockwise when augmented to five.
> Lamport, Northamtponshire, 4 bells.
> Stoughton, West Sussex, 3 bells (now 5).
> Wherwell, Hampshire, 5 bells.
> John
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