One churchyard Two towers

LOVE, Dickon DrLove at s...
Mon Mar 11 17:17:23 GMT 2002

I know of Reepham, Norfolk, but doubt that there were two rings of bells.

Also Swaffham Prior, Cambs, but again, probably only one ring.

Bury St Edmunds springs to mind too, but not sure whether you could count
the Cathedral and Church as sharing a church yard?

Then there are churches with two towers (like Rugby) - certainly Lincoln
Cathedral had 2 rings, as did Canterbury Cathedral. I vaguely remember that
Wymondham might have too.

Come on CJP - issue the list! (I expect you won't wait until Friday


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