[Bell Historians] medieval bell pit

Sue Marsden erincaters at WJ1Z5qtKMO6HS7krZNCwwGyUMStcGAxl2h1PGrwMa63nZ5RbOZOurtaVrg5gT0vTOGtC8fQprzC0n9A-za9-6SM.yahoo.invalid
Tue Jan 19 09:15:31 GMT 2010

2010/1/19 bloodnook <philochat at 7ljOlkUp3PLX9jj5QNMhPyaKIKPL7w6ps5U4siSPk9lkUX51aLHOAQQrfemRSTboKl-K52n8FGxfYPXWtXPU.yahoo.invalid>:
> FYI according to the BBC, a "rare medieval bell pit" uncovered inside(inside?) St Peters Easton church
> <http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/cambridgeshire/hi/people_and_places/history/newsid_8454000/8454038.stm>
> philo

I'm glad they did not sell the 2 remaining bells (out of 4 in 1899) to
pay for the work, as apparenly they did some time ago.



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