[Bell Historians] Transfering bells, was Cornhill

Bickerton, Roderic K (SELEX) (UK) roderic.bickerton at vGApOgKFOKORsKabaw67ts8iAqiQqatgZ7Gr3a8eSdCDOxYmKhL6gR4isNPwx0k2T8Fv6MqyZJ2N_NJUd-YExMPAPOCrd4mE.yahoo.invalid
Mon Jan 7 10:35:03 GMT 2008

I am inclined to think the old ring, in a suitable tower with well
sorted acoustics, and possibly a tuning tweak would be a real pleasure
to ring and hear, a huge improvement on some of the bigger rings around
the country.
In reality where could they go? Most of the larger really duff rings are
not in towers up to a 42cwt 12.
Should approval for schemes like Cornhill be subject to caveats
regarding the future of the displaced bells?

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