[Bell Historians] Moseley St Mary - Steel Bells

David Cawley davidl.cawley at kbllk8bvZTcrtdb3EIK5ouQPnhyUuteweG7ahtrCUIBDsZOvIG3JRKSNeNE0_qzB4xufjTNc8N8U06b4rxrmjfF7H04t.yahoo.invalid
Sun Jan 8 00:02:22 GMT 2012

Oh yes, how could one forget them?


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Richard Offen 
  To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com 
  Sent: Saturday, January 07, 2012 11:45 PM
  Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Moseley St Mary - Steel Bells


  What about Hale in Cheshire, six steel and two bronze bells?


  Sent from Richard Offen's iPhone

  On 08/01/2012, at 7:26 AM, "David Cawley" <davidl.cawley at mUthfoexs_s3NXQquecUDV3U430bazmHVeqWYETFYSBmiTXcE91eYEJBI7YtgF2uH9Daz5JoF1gGw71WndzEYiqeFg.yahoo.invalid> wrote:


    Not so. Naylor, Vickers & Co / Vickers, Sons & Co cast rings of eight for

    Sheffield, S Marie (transferred to Moseley, replaced by Mears 8 1874)
    Randwick, Sydney, Australia (replaced by Taylor 8 2000)
    Hurst, Lancs (Scrapped c1960)
    Hastings S Clement (Replaced by Taylor 8 1965)
    Blackpool, Sacred Heart (Replaced by Mears 8)
    Edinburgh, S Giles (Chime, scrapped) 

    There are still rings of six, all ringable and in use at Chalford, Maitland (Australia), amd Waddesdon, also unringable ones at Ingleton and Cambridge (NZ), 5's at Thornborough, Toller Whelme and Willington (Co Durham)(all ringable) plus the ringable 4 at Cann and the unringable one at Bicknor.

    Yes, it's time that the very unmelodious steel bells at Moseley made way for a ring proportionate to the magnificent church.

      ----- Original Message ----- 
      From: Kevin Jones 
      To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com 
      Sent: Saturday, January 07, 2012 5:09 AM
      Subject: RE: [Bell Historians] Moseley St Mary - Steel Bells


      This is a shame because these are the only remaining 8 steel bells in the world hung for ringing that were 
      cast by Vickers except for the eight steel bells at Lancaster, The Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity 
      in Pennsylvania, U.S.A. that are Chimestand Chimed.
      I hope these bells are preserved in a museum as the last ever eight steel bells hung for ringing.
      Kevin Jones


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      From: richard at 95cRVTByoqhf_9OLZBvQMVPli2X78gyFVZEnNKNNX09v2LfZWOO9pwjxxnJ8kIidcVldGcBx25FDIQ.yahoo.invalid
      Date: Fri, 6 Jan 2012 22:35:44 +0000
      Subject: [Bell Historians] Moseley St Mary - Steel Bells

      The last opportunity to ring the steel bells at Moseley is on January 15th from 12:00 -14:00 prior to their removal the following day. There will be a £3 charge per person.

      The bells will be replaced with a ring of 10 weighing 18 and a half hundredweight. Seven bells will be cast to G&J profiles to match 3 bells rescued from Greenock. All the work will be undertaken by Taylor's.


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