[Bell Historians] King's Lynn

David Bryant davidbryant at oST8qzNmxIxUQNhmUKmSEaMIl5NMUuhZxJotJTxhMJNBbjr3iOrFWpENO7jffTNj7bp_fmaThhgCLuVfQP5FOg.yahoo.invalid
Wed Jul 4 09:19:28 BST 2007

Interesting - particularly the quote from the vicar:
"Vicar the Rev Chris Ivory claims some blame lies with the bellfounders due to the type of frame used, but he concedes there is an issue with the grout mix."
It would be interesting to know on what grounds he is claiming there is a problem with the type of frame, given that this type of frame has been used without problems in literally hundreds of towers since the mid-1890s. Is he claiming that he knows better than the bellfounders?

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