[Bell Historians] Whitmore, Staffs.

Richard Hutchings richard.a.hutchings at b...
Tue Oct 28 16:10:59 GMT 2003

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Curiosity gets the better of me again. There are 5 Churches in Haywards Hea=
th. All except one have one or more bells - one bell only hung for ringing.=
So from which vicarage did it come? Presumably not St Wilfrids, which is a=
Rectory. I have done some rope repair/replacement at three of them!

Although the bell was sold by the vicar of Haywards Heath it appears neve=
r to have been installed in the church. The bell was originally hung at Chr=
ist Church, Newhaven and (I am told) it appears in George Elphick's book of=
Suusex church bells. How it ended up at Haywards Heath vicarage I do not k=
Dave Kelly

Keltek Trust - www.keltek.org
Email: bells at k...=20

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