[Bell Historians] CCCBR and English Heritage

Anne Willis zen16073 at c7APoyQh0_Pvd7oDGAPxjE7F1PaB-i1XSFwk86rONU-bGcc22qohiCuourSAgMpwevYAa0_pS78s.yahoo.invalid
Thu Oct 8 18:59:19 BST 2009

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On Behalf Of John H Allen
Sent: 08 October 2009 18:46
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Subject: RE: [Bell Historians] CCCBR and English Heritage

I wonder what SPAB would say about the old frame in the churchyard at
Walsgrave Coventry?

They may well point out the Awful Fate of the old frame at Stratford sub
Castle, as they did in the Horton article.  The frame languished in a shed
for some time before being made into a table, without a faculty being

There's a number of items around Wiltshire made of old bell-frames.  There's
a chest in the vestry at Upavon; a table in the ringing chamber at Westbury
(with the date of the frame on it) and several items from the old frame at
Trowbridge.  I was told that the old frame at Lacock (probably made from
wood from Bowden Hill) was so hard that they gave up after making two lamp



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