[Bell Historians] Saw Pit Frame

Roderic Bickerton rodbic at 1OQUtMp2gPfIC7qRTb7yEdQbXUGzzefYNzaqC3MWq78RoGe-cSab0py4ZnkdCxritTGthLwZ9giLNCE.yahoo.invalid
Wed May 25 22:04:46 BST 2011

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From: "Mike Chester" 
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Subject: [Bell Historians] Saw Pit Frame

There has been this query on Change Ringers

We have a local ringer who thinks he is an 
expert in bell hanging.
He keeps talking in reports to his PCC about 
"saw pit frames", and
how bad they are for the tower.

The churchwarden there has just asked me what a 
saw pit frame is.
I'm struggling to give him an answer. Can anyone 
Ernie dLR
 Ernie de Legh-Runciman

My instant reaction is that the local ringer is 
talking absolute twaddle.  Saw pits are just 
places where trees are cut into, erm, other 
things, such as planks and beams, aren't they? 
Before I reply to this effect .........


I entirely agree, at last someone said it.


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