[Bell Historians] Lincoln Cathedral

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Thu May 22 11:43:10 BST 2003

-----Original Message-----
From: David Bryant [mailto:djb122 at y...]
Sent: 22 May 2003 11:27
To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Lincoln Cathedral

> On the Chat list I recently made reference to the unique Ringers' Chapel
> Lincoln Cathedral. This brought a response that Salisbury also had a
> Ringers' Chapel. I have twice asked this correspondent for evidence and
> have also tried to find this myself without success.

Perhaps it was in the base of the now demolished campanile?


Sorry David, the message didn't get through. For some reason I can't access
the Bell Historians site, though messages do come through to me on Outlook.
If you can help, please do.

The Ringers' Chapel in Salisbury Cathedral was a response to the 58 ringers
from the Salisbury Diocesan Guild who were killed in the First World War.
It is on the east side of the south transept, and has a screen, paid for by
the Guild. On it is carved a model of the Guild badge and the words
'This screen was given in memory of fifty-eight members of the Salisbury
Diocesan Guild of Ringers who fell in the War 1914-1918. '
Guild Oficers meet here at least once a year before committee meetings.

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