UK Registered Charity Number: 1154107

Conservation by Re-use

Helping churches acquire surplus and/or redundant bells to be hung for

English-style full-circle bell-ringing.



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By the end of 1996 we had helped to place over 40 bells, many of which had been or will be hung for ringing. The following list is in chronological order:

1992:

Bicknoller, Somerset, (treble to augment to a ring of 5)

Gimingham, Norfolk, (treble and second to augment a ring of 3)

Griffith, NSW, Australia, (tenor for new ring of 6)


1993:

Buckland Dinham, Somerset, (2nd to augment to a ring of 8)


1994:

Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia, (5th ,6th and tenor of new ring of 8)

Worton, Wiltshire, (single chiming bell)

Griffith, NSW, Australia (5th for new ring of 6)

Tredington, Gloucestershire,  (treble to augment to a ring of 6)

Holford, Somerset, (treble to augment to a ring of 6)


1995:

Ghana, (single chiming bell)

Stoughton, Sussex, (treble & 2nd to augment to a ring of 5)

Priddy, Somerset, (treble & 2nd to augment to a ring of 5)

Immingham, Lincs., (treble & 2nd to augment to a ring of 6)

Tividale, Staffordshire, (single chiming bell)

Thompson Town, Jamaica,  (single chiming bell)


1996:

Manuka, Canberra, Australia, (7th of a new ring of 8)

A la Ronde, Exmouth (National Trust), Devon, (single chiming bell)

Lockleaze, Bristol, (single chiming bell)

Wishaw, West Midlands, (treble to augment to a ring of 3)

Newchurch, Gwent, (single chiming bell)

Freshford, Somerset, (treble to augment to a ring of 6)