Great Bells of Britain
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Wed Nov 8 21:39:42 GMT 2006
I've just been looking at the new RW diary, and I see that the 6th quarter
bell at York Minster (which was correctly listed as '6th quarter' in this
year's diary) is now listed as 'clock bell'. Is there a reason for this?
There are seven clock bells, including Great Peter, so surely it makes more
sense to list it as being the 6th quarter bell - I submitted it for
inclusion in the list a year or two ago because it was missing, and I can't
see any good reason for altering the description which I provided. Other
quarter bells (e.g. Nottingham Council House) are still described as they
were, so the list is now inconsistent.
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