[Bell Historians] CCT - chimes of bells
neil.tcct at 7_pCqEpGe359-LNVsJid9fdklPde0GeK4psOR9e0X6u7mIRqiu4OEcKdGGdlOrDmeKxgdGrcLv-Jb2Vg.yahoo.invalid
Fri Aug 17 09:56:47 BST 2007
Depends what you mean by 'significant'.
Five or more bells:
Herts: Buckland (6) A Mears & Stainbank (1889) chime, hung dead on the old frame.
Leics: Stapleford (6) Hung dead and operated by a chime barrel/clock. At one time the tenor was hung for ringing.
Lincs: Saltfeetby All Saints (5) Hung dead in 1981by Eayre & Smith on old frame.
Somerset: Cameley (5) Hung dead in 1960s on old frame by Cluttons (steeplejacks). Three bells cracked.
Suffolk: Newton Green (5) Hung dead by Taylors (nd). I recall moving the chiming rack from the first floor to the ground floor during the early 1980s.
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From: Andrew Aspland
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Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2007 6:39 PM
Subject: [Bell Historians] CCT - chimes of bells
We know from various sources about the rings of bells in Churches Conservation Trust buildings but does anyone know of a significant CHIME of bells which remains in a CCT church?
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