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posted 5 Oct 2014, 16:15 by Mersey Bells   [ updated 5 Oct 2014, 16:15 ]

Merseybells news feed as published


Cabarrus Co. Police Chase Ends in Fatal Car Accident - TWC News

Posted: 05 Oct 2014 08:54 AM PDT


TWC News

Cabarrus Co. Police Chase Ends in Fatal Car Accident
TWC News
Cabarrus County deputies said Jashavius Williams was speeding when he hit a curve too fast, causing his car to slide sideways and run off the road into a tree. It happened on Robinson Church Road in Charlotte. Williams died at the scene. No police ...

Town's most iconic building is set to be unveiled in time for 400th birthday - Harborough Mail

Posted: 05 Oct 2014 04:03 AM PDT


Harborough Mail

Town's most iconic building is set to be unveiled in time for 400th birthday
Harborough Mail
The bell, dated 1808, was refurbished by Taylors of Loughborough. “At any one time there have been at least a dozen people working on site, and up to 25 people,” said Mr Jacobs. The roof has been re-slated, the windows re-manufactured and given new ...

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Clock is ticking once more in Wisbech Institute - Fenland Citizen

Posted: 04 Oct 2014 11:08 PM PDT


Fenland Citizen

Clock is ticking once more in Wisbech Institute
Fenland Citizen
“The bells are being restored by the tower captain of St Peter and St Paul's Church.” The institute, which is believed to be only one of two of its kind in the country, was constructed 150 years ago and gifted to the town by Jonathan Peckover ...

Roos, ER Yorks

Posted: 04 Oct 2014 04:00 PM PDT

Augmentation to 8 now completed (and test rung on 1/10)

Proud campaign set to fly the flag - Evesham Observer

Posted: 04 Oct 2014 08:11 AM PDT


Proud campaign set to fly the flag
Evesham Observer
BANNERS to showcase Evesham to motorists and tourists have been unveiled on the town's Abbey Bridge following a £5,000 investment by Worcestershire County Council. The vital lifeline into the heart of Evesham will now promote the best the town has to ...

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Nova Scotian nurses among the unsung heroes of the First World War - Annapolis County Spectator

Posted: 04 Oct 2014 05:10 AM PDT


Nova Scotian nurses among the unsung heroes of the First World War
Annapolis County Spectator
Intense excitement, bells ringing. Our bugles sounded ceasefire at 1:20 p.m.,” she wrote. Later that day, MacLatchy recorded going into town and found flags flying and people cheering. “At 3 p.m., the whistles blew and guns were fired. Noise deafening ...

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