[Bell Historians] Tyntesfield
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Fri May 15 10:27:17 BST 2009
Matthew is right, these are outside the remit of the Bells Adviser - although the relevant conservation and curatorial people at the Trust are aware of the cross-over
I am now in contact with the people at Tyntesfield about the work, by the way
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In a message dated 15/05/2009 10:11:17 GMT Standard Time, editor at ringingworld.co.uk writes:
Is there a mechanical servants' bell system at Tyntesfield? If so,
would that have been covered in Chris Dalton's survey?
There are literally hundreds of servents bells at Tyntesfield, but I'm not sure if they are mechanical or electrical. When I visited tyntesfield with Christopher Dalton, he commented that they fell outside his remit as bells advisor.
Matthew Higby & Company Ltd,
Church Bell Engineers,
6 Hill View,
Tel: 01761 233757
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