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From: Adrian Gray <>
Subject: Re: Wrabness, cage in graveyard
Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2004 10:39:01 +0100 (BST)
References: <200409280722.i8S7MMFp005831@mail.rootsweb.com> <jmart47$184.108.40.206$.007001c4a53d$22465800$144186d9@sndk20700180>
I was just about to send a similar email, but Martin beat me to it! East Bergholt is quite
well known, at least in part because of the injury to his friend. I am afraid I don't really
know what to say to that, although as a ringer if I lost anything that stopped me ringing...
- never mind the other disadvantages.. What more can one say?
If anyone is interested there is a link to it here.
"Martin ADAMS" <> writes:
> There is also a bell cage like that at East Bergholt church. A friend of
> mine who used to ring there lost an arm in an accident whilst ringing and
> the cage was closed for sometime. I think it is operative again now
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