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Richard Offen richard.offen at HncyXUw4bA12wPVzka3rS9snFrR0UXAn8ZZqKnBwfYgj8D-0TIeKOsGlEQvKt8euxHdgk7_FObJaa-3PT_T3eIbE43mP.yahoo.invalid
Thu Jun 24 22:48:50 BST 2010

David that is very sad. Thank you for all you've done to make this  
such an excellent vehicle of communication for bell historians.

I wonder if web master supremo Dickon is willing to step up to the mark?


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On 25/06/2010, at 12:30 AM, "David Bryant" <davidbryant at 6hePvjB6OVHMacqvrkbmapxkRmD3miKvFb6D0Y9VFclm4RFqFu3mnQoTajuz1a8l59Or3wLWvwdLt0qJEJwf.yahoo.invalid>  

> Having been running this list for a number of years (I set it up in  
> 2002) I think it is now time to pass the running of it on to  
> somebody else.
> I have been involved in a long-running and very acrimonious dispute  
> with ringers and clergy in York. As a result of this, I no longer  
> have the energy or the confidence to go around getting permission to  
> inspect bells, or indeed to do any ringing in this area. I no longer  
> feel able to trust the CofE, and try to avoid all contact with it so  
> far as is possible.
> I would like to publicly thank those who have been so encouraging  
> and willing to share their expertise over the years I have been  
> involved in bell history - in particular Chris Pickford, Dave Cawley  
> and George Dawson.
> If anyone would be interested in taking over the management of the  
> list can they please email me off-list.
> Thanks
> David
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