[Bell Historians] Bells in Redundant Churches

John Ketteringham john.ketteringham27 at n...
Mon Jan 17 17:10:59 GMT 2005

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Yes I can Dickon!

We were passing this very small building when gathering material for LBBF a=
nd I noticed the bell which is hanging from a bracket on the south wall. =
The building is used by the farmer as a store and I had some correspondence=
with him hoping that he would agree to it being reused. He insisted that =
it remains and so far as I know it is still there. It is listed in LBBF (p=
age 73) and is Warner c1900 dia approx 10".
----- Original Message -----=20
From: LOVE, Dickon=20
To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com=20
Sent: Monday, January 17, 2005 4:46 PM
Subject: RE: [Bell Historians] Bells in Redundant Churches

John - further to your comments on finding uses for redundant bells, can =
you tell me what ever happened to the bell at East Ferry church? My Dad use=
d to be Rector there and I remember chiming it as a kid. The church was for=
merly on the banks of the River Trent (from where we used to watch the Aegi=
r) and is no more.




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