[Bell Historians] Plymouth, St. Augustine.

David Sloman david at PBgF-fvwRSyKr8LYD4McYtqw66Er6bBMI1zOB5PphFH1OdtNqCbqzCD1njmctgJ65cdEDB3WqcTXIWb9fzpTBx9Ps8pcqw.yahoo.invalid
Mon Jul 30 17:16:27 BST 2007


            Can you confirm that the bell is the former bell from the cruiser " Volage", and is the bell inscribed? Would also be interested to know its size.

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  From: davidpike1 
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  Sent: Sunday, July 29, 2007 8:16 PM
  Subject: [Bell Historians] Plymouth, St. Augustine.

  An update for John Scott's excellent 'Towers and Bells of Devon' for 
  anyone interested. John mentions that St. Augustine's, Plymouth was 
  demolished in 2001 'and the bell has gone'.
  This bell is now hanging in St. Budeaux Foundation CE Junior School and 
  is chimed by children and staff when they join and leave the school. It 
  is hung for swinging on bearings with the rope attached to a short 

  David Pike.

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