Weights: St Alphege Canterbury + Ch Ch Erith

LOVE, Dickon DrLove at s...
Tue Jul 2 14:10:16 BST 2002

I am having a David Bryant moment...

Jim Hedgcock has just unearthed some supposedly accurate weights for St
Alphege, Canterbury - a ring of bells that had been thought never to have
been weighed. It occurred to me that someone else may have a similar list
hidden away that could be compared.

It then occurred to me that someone might have details of the weights of the
Warner ring at Christ Church, Erith, Kent. They were supposedly on the wall
some years ago, although no-one I have spoken to ever noted them down. All
we have now is the 17-0-23 tenor.

I take the view that if you don't ask ...


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