[Bell Historians] Was Cornhill now Trafalgar Square old & new

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Mon Mar 9 18:46:56 GMT 2009

Quite, Swan are a very good outcome, there are a number of cases where a
ring is transferred and comes out better than anyone could have hoped,
and I suspect Cornhill would fair very well in a new home. 
Colin Turner could hardly believe he was hearing the old Milton bells at
U know that Having bells in a tower that suites them is of cardinal
importance, if they are to give of there best.


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Where could they go?
I suspect they are a better prospect than the bells that went to the
Swan centre.

And pray tell me what was wrong with the old St Martins bells, apart
from the prejudice of the then ringers. They have turned out OK in their
new home, and what do people think about the new ring and particularly
the tower acoustics there?


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