[Bell Historians] Re: Olympic Bell

ALAN A J BUSWELL aaj.buswell at CQkCTCQFfUabHbWECzpZE774-Bv97dLM4IUAmvDgVgjeeZaV8eN2r7ndNlxCms5ab0RNUBZnmiIlYvJ1ZHweyts.yahoo.invalid
Thu Feb 9 16:54:08 GMT 2012

Let 'em try!


 From: Robert Lewis <editor at TWMAIuiG40t1nsn5CQK2N7MHDxeI4m9N0N-m_lYmQW85-OcusF5vjPDBEgM-ldJVG7KD9d18QkPCVx78pv_ooSKstA.yahoo.invalid>
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Sent: Thursday, 9 February 2012, 16:14
Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Re: Olympic Bell

At 15:08 09/02/2012, AALB wrote:

>And where is the final resting place for this bell going to be?

A news report in The Daily Telegraph suggested that it might
remain as a feature of the Olympic park in perpetuity.

Perhaps they could consider donating it to somewhere else with
room to keep it at ground level - Salisbury Cathedral maybe?

Or the National Memorial Arboretum?

Then again the old metal thieves are about;  is this bell 'too big
to steal'?


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