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APSLEY END, HERTS (Tenor 13-0-25 in F)
The bells have been re-tuned and rehung on new fittings in the existing bell frame.
HARWICH, ESSEX (Tenor 13-2-22 in G)
The tenor, 7th, 4th and 3rd bells had their cast-in crown staples drilled out by hand in the tower. They were then rehung on canon-retaining headstocks.
RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH OF ST. NICHOLAS THE WONDERWORKER, MARSTON, OXFORD
Four bells, cast in Russia, have been hung for stationary chiming with internal trigger-action hammers.
BLACKFRIARS PRIORY, OXFORD
A bell (approx 7 cwt.) from Corpus Christi College, Oxford, has been hung for electric slow-swinging in a new galvanised steel bell frame. An electro-magnetic hammer has also been fitted. Both this and the linear motor are controlled by a programable timer unit.
Slow-swinging bell at Blackfriars Priory, Oxford
INVERNESS CATHEDRAL, SCOTLAND (Tenor 16-3-12 in Eb)
The poor-toned 9th bell has been recast and hung on the existing fittings.
HIGH WYCOMBE, BUCKS (Tenor 26-3-15 in D)
A new ring of fourteen bells (a diatonic twelve with two semi-tone bells to provide a lighter ring of ten) has been cast to Gillett & Johnston profiles and hung with new fittings in a new cast iron bell frame fixed to a concrete ring beam.
The new bells for High Wycombe in our Works.
KILBURN (ST. MARY), LONDON (Tenor 9-3-22 in G)
The three existing bells have been rehung in a new galvanised steel frame and augmented to six with bells from the former rings at Prittlewell and High Wycombe.
UNIVERSITY CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIRGIN, OXFORD (Tenor 26-2-9 in D)
This heavy ring of six has been rehung on new fittings in the existing bell frame.
Unloading the bells of St. Mary's in Radcliffe Square.
GREAT SHEFFORD, BERKS (Tenor 7-0-7 in Ab)
The upper cills of the frame have been disconnected from the walls of the tower and the foundation strengthened. The bells have been re-tuned and rehung on new fittings.
WYCK RISSINGTON, GLOS (Tenor 6-0-19 in B)
The four bells have been re-tuned and rehung on new fittings in the existing stregthened frame. Two galvanised steel beams have been installed under the frame to strengthen the frame foundation.
WIMBORNE MINSTER, DORSET (Tenor 29-2-20 in D)
Three bells have been added to augment the ring to twelve with a sharp 2nd to provide a light octave. The existing frame has been extended with new cast iron framesides. The new bells were cast to 1911 Gillett and Johnston profiles.
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