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Thu Apr 6 10:32:32 BST 2006

St David of the Newarke:
> I think this should be moderated.

Pace David. It is all tongue in cheek. We love you really.

Thinking of Henry II's little pilgrimage to the capital of God's Own County
made me think about what bells might have greeted him. At that time there
were a few (fewer than 6) large bells in the detached campanile in the
grounds of Christ Church Cathedral.



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