LOVE, Dickon at a...
Wed May 26 10:24:37 BST 2004

Following this thread, it might be noted that Frindsbury was the venue for
the first peal of Glasgow in something like 1947.

On Easter Monday I was sitting in a beer garden (one that John Keeler would
term "a happy pub") on the riverside in Strood listening to Frindsbury
bells, and Chatham bells, and Rochester Cathedral bells. When the work at St
Margaret's Rochester is finished I guess these too could be heard. All were
very clear and despite the fact that some of the ringing took place
simultaneously, was very pleasant.



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