[Bell Historians] Re: A Short handstroke

Brian Meldon CanewdonBells at -tyEpCLFaNDHoYXJjLrlRpmtTCqj4gLRcGNQelP9zPxJW0Ba49AS2cfykp735u0GU5IFpVfmJxDpNMwOVr2Hr6EvENk.yahoo.invalid
Tue May 10 12:00:32 BST 2011


The first edition of my small book about the bells of Canewdon was available to purchase at the church open day here a couple of years ago now. The latest edition is still available from ringers in the tower. I print them myself on my own duplex laser printer. 

It has 54 A5 pages, about 16,000 words, 27 photos and a few diagrams. It contains all the information I have about the bells here at Canewdon, their founders and others associated with the bells here, including about 10 pages on the new installation and the work on the old bells.

So to answer your question yes, there is a book, but no it is not generally available as you have to go the Canewdon Church tower when the ringers are there to get one!

One of the other ringers has also produced a DVD detailing the work to restore the old five to a chimeable condition and the installation of the new 10. This is again available from the ringers at the church. 

Brian Meldon

--- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, "David Cawley" <davidl.cawley at ...> wrote:
> Long time since we had our "News from Canewdon". After all the research and so forth, has anything been published and generally available on this interesting old ring and its highly approved successor? 


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