[Bell Historians] Re: Crathie,
michael_wilby at y...
Wed Mar 12 09:54:12 GMT 2003
I understand that Sandringham has a ring of three
--- Ron Johnston <R.Johnston at b...> wrote:
How about augmentiung them to a ring to commemorate
the queen mum?
Pity nothing was done (or was it) to get bells at
Sandringham for the
jubilee - perhaps for the necxt royal demise?
On Wed, 12 Mar 2003 08:08:02 -0000 Mike Chester
<mike at m...> wrote:
> > Has anyone any info on "the peal of four bells" at
> > is frequently used by members of the royal family?
> A little,
> The present church was built in 1895 to replace the
building of 1804,
> and its foundation stone was laid in 1893 by the
Queen. In style it
> is gothic, although it has some Norman features. The
> four bells gifted by Queen Victoria's daughter,
> From the Scotland at Prayer websitre
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