[Bell Historians] RE: Bilbie/Rudhall bells

Andrew Bull a_m_bull at 2hJ9xgsj5lGgdyPbrcv6iL1UmaJtzvLW_sJo4AD4CMUcIitXzv-r7KKHvz-48peAAiAeTww0SwD8OT0.yahoo.invalid
Mon Nov 24 22:33:37 GMT 2008

Agreed - and they seem to respond well to tuning. Studley and Wellesbourne
are good examples, both with the addition of Taylor trebles to make
excellent eights.


Andrew Bull



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And on the subject of bells by founders in Gloucestershire and the
surrounding area, there are some excellent ones by the Bagley family. It's
quite a few years since I rang there, but I remember the six at Ebrington
being pretty good. 



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