[Bell Historians] Redundant bells in Greenock

Love, Dickon dickon.love at 6YvBmXy2AFr82j1A4lTuH3weQrWQJbOWCP0HhXRxrIdmJJUflFpNjAWpYjse1pzzTwxsDhLWfp4-0QJJAJdgiDwiOzx8.yahoo.invalid
Wed Dec 6 13:14:43 GMT 2006

> Come on, use the resources available!!


> True, but there's always Mike Chester's spreadsheet

Why is everyone bitching about this? I think Robert was asking a little more than just "what is there", which can indeed be found online. He (and I presume others) want to know what is happening now, what the process is for such decommissioned churches and the impact on the bells for this church, etc.



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