[Bell Historians] Keltek Trust and bellfounding

Richard Offen richard.offen at b5ypiB3L21ag4opjukqUwGB9cERsPIl_XWH5mdODMZxucU6wxu7hAN_gZKiC-6Z12-mI2HbItaYpvh3iHO-7jg.yahoo.invalid
Mon Oct 19 14:50:03 BST 2009

Where has this horrible word 'rehome' come from?   What is wrong with good,
old-fashioned 're-locate'?


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At 14:36 on 19 October 2009, Bickerton, Roderic (SELEX GALILEO, UK) wrote:

> I find this attack on Keltec quite astonishing.

What attack?  It seems to me to be quite reasonable to wonder whether
the existence of an organisation which tries to conserve and rehome
existing bells has had an effect on the demand for new bells.  I don't
know the answer, but it is a question which can be asked without the
need to interpret it as an attack.

John Camp


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