[Bell Historians] Sarum St Edmund / Art Centre
neil.tcct at ...
Mon Sep 19 10:58:56 BST 2005
There has been confusion over the current status of the bells. i.e. whether
they were included in the sale to Salisbury District Council.
The Diocese has (today) confirmed that the bells were included in the sale
and therefore no longer fall within the faculty jurisdiction. However, I am
assured that the listing of the frame and the four bells of 1656 remains in
force and that SDC, as owner of the listed building, is aware of this.
Therefore, any proposal to dispose of the frame and bells or to carry out
alterations or repair would be subject to Listed Building Consent.
Please don't ask the obvious question but one would hope that the procedure
in place is sufficient to safeguard the bells and frame.
P.S. It looks as though I am going to be looking after the peal boards for
some years to come!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Susan & Christopher Dalton" <dalton.family at ...>
To: <bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Monday, September 12, 2005 6:57 PM
Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Sarum St Edmund / Art Centre
> > I should like to think that one day they will be reunited with the bells
> > which they relate and when the long-term future of both can be assured.
> > Neil Skelton.
> Just a thought, but aren't the bells still under faculty jurisdiction, by
> virtue of Salisbury Diocese's policy (at the time, at least) of leasing
> contents of redundant churches even when selling the buildings?
> C D
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