[Bell Historians] Interesting bells for sale on website

Michael Childs mtchilds at y...
Thu May 29 16:23:07 BST 2003


There is no practice at LPC tonight. Ringing is from
6.30 - 7.30 for the Ascension Day service.

Hope you get this in time!


PS I know nothing about the Handbells, but as George
says, the fact they date from 1841 is very

--- DJ Bryant <djb122 at y...> wrote: > George
> "On the other hand Leeds Yorkshire obtained a Mears
> ring in 1841, so it
> is also a candidate. Either way one wonders why they
> are now for sale"
> Andrew Aspland, the tower captain at the Yorkshire
> Leeds, is a member of
> this list.
> I'm going to Leeds ringing this evening, so I'll
> enquire as to whether
> the ringers know anything about the handbells.
> David
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