[Bell Historians] Re: Leicester St Nicholas

David Cawley dave at NQk7fotEYjAF9V9ZD-FIcRGxxQmZ46w15dthFROo09HpZgkxjS4al8JPkpjTsp-lxu-vDQtNPH_AWw2hxFGAWhSb9PaH.yahoo.invalid
Wed Oct 25 20:20:36 BST 2006

St Nicholas Leicester isn't "lost" unless you count hanging the bells dead 
as lost. 3 bells. On the floor since 1949. Central tower, now unsuitable for 
a ring. Rehung dead by HMA in 2002. Also a large bell 22-0-0 in E, G&J 1949, 
slow swinger but you can ring it full circle.
I was the Vicar at the time the 3 old bells were replaced. At least they are 
in use again (previous last record of ringing 1837).


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From: "philholtsdgr" <pippolucas23 at WWiphufPoWvYLA1J55vWKZyFGDURPz37zqlk-bumBFPwZrmuoVx3KzR4QCBsyKMlwxzQMzSamJKiYxw.yahoo.invalid>
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Subject: [Bell Historians] Re: Derby, S Werburgh
 Also a p/c of Leicester, S Nicholas (exterior - Item No
> 110048135368)another lost tower.
                 Phil Lucas


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