[Bell Historians] Great Bells of Britain

Andrew Higson andrew_higson at ellBQDG1W5ZwBta1ttDSOC0LRjkkdMpHds7NyYRNxFdgzpRfaLpZfuKB5aXvDDWPw9W5G-dmbgo35NJwcsSu9uAsWXgzz-s.yahoo.invalid
Thu Nov 16 16:23:18 GMT 2006

I've got a cunning plan - if we were to cast a load of bells heavier
than Gt Paul so that a completely new list were required, DLC could be
acknowledged for the previous list and due acknowledgement made to all
new contributors. 
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[mailto:bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Andrew Wilby
Sent: 16 November 2006 15:46
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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Great Bells of Britain

Well I've just checked a range of old diaries and I have to say that I 
suspect "addling" is taking place.

I haven't inspected a complete set because I have a gap in the 
collection but the ones I have carry no acknowledgement.

So Richard, as a precaution until we can be sure otherwise, I wouldn't 
rely too much on your recall!!

Anyway why would we have wanted to ignore David? We took it on to ensure

its continuity.
We would hardly have said "lets dump old Cawley and print an out of date

list instead" would we?

And what sort of significant contribution have you in mind Dickon?
Providing next years days of the week perhaps or just your initials for 
the front?


Richard Offen wrote:
>> Whilst we were given considerable guidance by Bill as part of the 
>> "goodwill" in the transfer, David's involvement was never mentioned.
> Unless my memory really is getting addled (I haven't kept any of my 
> older Ringers' Diaries), I recall that David's involvement in the
> Bells of Britain list was clearly acknowledged in the diary, clear for

> everyone to see!
> R

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