Holy Trinity Kimberley - Southwell Diocese

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Sat Jun 30 16:58:11 BST 2012

The Keltek Trust has helped to relocate several tubular chimes; all of them have gone to Western Australia. I am sure Laith Reynolds would be interested if there are no other takers.
Sec. Keltek Trust

--- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, "Dickon Love" <dickon at ...> wrote:
> The following email was sent to the CCCBR (Robin Shipp) who thought that it
> would be of interest to members of this list.  It is from Geoff Rhodes.
> DrL
> I have just visited the above church where we have just been commissioned to
> carry out a reordering project.  This is a very small, neglected late 1880s
> church in the Nottinghamshire coalfield.
> They have a small single tolling bell which was installed in 1994 to replace
> a set of tubular bells that were fitted on the roof in 1902 to commemorate
> the coronation of Edward VII and paid for by public subscription.  These
> bells have been brought inside and are currently stored on the church
> balcony - which is not easily accessible due to poor structural condition of
> the balcony. 
> I am particularly interested in whether there are any specific groups who
> are interested in church tubular bells - the church council would be looking
> for disposal but if there is a way that they can be displayed we would be
> interested in talking to someone about how this could be incorporated into
> the project.


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