[Bell Historians] Film about the Royal Jubilee Bells

"David Cawley"davidl.cawley at xgfa3vrm-CvcuWamqv8GXMzogoS9Oe11yWlzAHwFYqS_6-1GqPnnNJ5najHJPOqquQAyrJMIe3h46fZ7COjFyMVv9j7Efw.yahoo.invalid "David Cawley"davidl.cawley at xgfa3vrm-CvcuWamqv8GXMzogoS9Oe11yWlzAHwFYqS_6-1GqPnnNJ5najHJPOqquQAyrJMIe3h46fZ7COjFyMVv9j7Efw.yahoo.invalid
Sun Jan 27 23:53:02 GMT 2013

Awesome!  Well done Dickon, well done Whitechapel and well done Garlickhythe


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Dickon Love 
  To: Dickon Love 
  Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2013 4:03 PM
  Subject: [Bell Historians] Film about the Royal Jubilee Bells


  Dear all,

  You might be interested to know that a half hour film was made about the Royal Jubilee Bells.  It covers how the project was conceived, the casting of the bells at Whitechapel, the building of a purpose built tower and frame in which the bells were rung, both in a warehouse in Kent and then craned on to a boat leading the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant, the dismantling of the bells after the Pageant, their arrival at St James Garlickhythe in the City of London, their dedication, their hanging in the Hawksmoor tower of the church and the ringing in their new home.

  The film was made by Billy Payn who followed the entire story.

  I do commend this film, which has been professionally put together and tells the story in a beautiful way, with some stunning pieces of videography.  Billy wants people to enjoy the film and has generously made it available to the world without looking for financial reward.

  The film may be viewed on Youtube at http://youtu.be/tvFOARN9AMg or on Billy's channel http://www.youtube.com/user/lookinvideo 

  Do let me know what you think and I will co-ordinate the feedback to Billy.

  Best wishes,

  Dickon Love

  (Capt Royal Jubilee Bellringers and band at St James Garlickhythe)

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