[Bell Historians] WW1 memorial bells.

Mike Chester mikechester@hotmail.com [bellhistorians] bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com
Sat Oct 13 22:10:18 BST 2018

Macclesfield, St Peter are WWII memorial bells, not WWI, as asked. As are Roker, where I learned to ring.

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Subject: [Bell Historians] WW1 memorial bells.

Others that come to mind:
Hanbury, Staffs
Lillington, Dorset
Macclesfield St Peter
Handsworth, Sheffield
Bicker treble, Lincs


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Hello David – not a change ringing bell, but the clock tower and bell at Reading University was built as a WW1 War memorial. (I was a Reading student, hence my memory of it, particularly during exams in the Great Hall!)

I am copying to Tony Crabtree as he is in the ODG Deputy Master, I hope he does not mind.


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