[Bell Historians] Digest Number 773

Dennis Powney dennis.powney at l...
Fri Jun 18 20:59:32 BST 2004

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Ref. Wilfred.
Has anyone the complete words to that great hymn "At the name of Wilfred ev=
ery knee shall bow"?
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Many years ago I had permission to ring a peal at Clerkenwell but the lat=
e great Wilfred Williams m,ade sure that permissuion was withdrawn
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Clerkenwell bells are rung at about midday on the second Sunday of each
month. Do come and ring with us. They are lovely bells if difficult, due =
tower movement.

Alan Taylor

From: "Bill Hibbert" <bill at h...>
Subject: Bowdon and Clerkenwell

I worked 100 yards from Clerkenwell for five years, with a view of=20
the tower from the office window, yet have not rung there. I've eaten=20
my sandwiches on the church steps, if that counts . . .

Bill H

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