[Bell Historians] This weeks Ringing World

John H Allen john at R4bnOCPpRLAdVh4srowL51lD5-WOo9ChTp2yBfXhYqGqOF1woC27mWqZrk7-ICXJAbvZ3r862yjb.yahoo.invalid
Mon Jun 14 11:23:13 BST 2010

And Whittington Staffs, a 6 from Islington, now augmented to 8 and much
better for it.




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> > Around here - Somerton are generally described as a bad six spoiled. I
don't think they're that bad.
> As I recall, these are an example of two decent trebles highlighting the
fact that the other six are really not very good.
> David

After the England match I am fed up with being negative -how about
some good examples?
I put forward Hamerton, Hunts, where an old mixed 4 were augmented by
2 trebles from a redundant church and have made a very pleasant 6. And
Gressenhall are a pleasing 10 now.


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