[Bell Historians] This weeks Ringing World

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Mon Jun 14 10:22:06 BST 2010

Crowle get my vote, closely followed by Ullenhall :-)

Around here - Somerton are generally described as a bad six spoiled. I don't think they're that bad.

I was told that Peter Border commented at the dedication of the trebles at Midsomer Norton in 1976 - "They've ruined a rotten eight".


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Really, I quite liked them. about 1/3 of the 8's in London sound worse. I wont mention Kent.
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How about Staunton Harold for an opener?

Andrew Higson
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