[Bell Historians] CCC

Neil Skelton neil.tcct at v...
Tue Apr 6 20:26:34 BST 2004


Yes, I agree that TCCT should have its own schedule of bells for
preservation. Being a member of the Clocks & Bells C'ttee of the CCC, I am
in a good position to access the necessary lists. I shall add it to the long
list of tasks to do before my retirement in four year's time - earlier I

I have made a list of all bells in Trust churches. Each entry gives the
number of bells and whether hung for ringing or chiming, plus a brief note
on condition. It needs revision but this will take some time as I compiled
it before I had a computer, so I need to transfer the lot to disc. At the
last count the Trust owned 795 bells. It is likely to be some time before I
can revise it so please can people resist asking for a copy until further


----- Original Message -----
From: "djb122uk" <david at b...>
To: <bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 06, 2004 2:53 PM
Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] CCC

> Neil:
> > The Trust does not have its own
> > schedule of bells for preservation, as per the CCC, however, it
> does follow
> > the spirit of the Code of Practice.
> As George has confirmed that CCT bells are on the main lists, perhaps
> it would be a good idea to draw all of this information together so
> that the CCT does have its own schedule.
> David
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