[Bell Historians] St Cross Oxford

Alan Buswell aaj.buswell at v9CsRGPX0TzNx1typmoaUfzTHTmOfC75hq69KXaT7tdng2jE9nVqXsknqVQWLXIvXgDNio9gmjwutvgmwdctzW6Z9Q.yahoo.invalid
Wed Mar 31 09:44:04 BST 2010

Does EH have no say in the matter? This seems to be a reasonably popular tower for quarter peals for five were published in the RW last year. (All on p17). Ring them or loose them.

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: John Camp 
  To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com 
  Sent: Tuesday, March 30, 2010 9:19 PM
  Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] St Cross Oxford

  At 21:11 on 30 March 2010, David Willis wrote:

  > It would appear that these bells could be lost to our use as the church is
  > being converted into an archive storage. The City authorities are unwilling
  > for the bells to be removed, and when the Church conversion is completed 
  > this would not be possible except through the roof.
  > 1   1874   M & S
  > 2   1677   Richard Keene
  > 3   1677   Richard Keene
  > 4   1641   Ellis Knight
  > 5   1620   Henry Knight
  > 6   1726   Rudhall  + 1721 Sanctus

  The OUS, the OS and the ODG are all aware of the situation and are
  doing their best to arrive at a solution with the various interested

  John Camp

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