[Bell Historians] Wartime safety measures

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Tue Feb 21 10:00:11 GMT 2006

    Bedford St.Paul (10) - nine bells stored in the churchyard for most of
the war
    Kempston, Beds (6)

I can add the London ones:

    Southwark Cathedral (12)
    City of London, St Magnus the Martyr (10) - stored in the church;
scrapped in the 1970s
    City of London, St Bartholomew the Great (5) - stored at Cleeve Abbey &
    City of London, St Bartholomew the Less (3) - the two larger bells went
to Cleeve Abbey
    City of London, St Andrew Undershaft (6) - rehung dead



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