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posted 4 Feb 2014, 16:15 by Mersey Bells   [ updated 4 Feb 2014, 16:15 ]

Merseybells news feed as published


Bruges — a haven for waffles, chocolate and fries - Arab News

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 02:53 PM PST


Bruges — a haven for waffles, chocolate and fries
Arab News
Having kept the medieval structures intact, some of their famous structures include a church by the name of “Church of Our Lady” and the Belfry or Belfort, which dates back to the 13th century. Special requested concerts are available all day long and ...

TOWN OF BUENA VISTA, COLORADO ORDINANCE NO. 2 - Chaffee County Times

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 12:26 PM PST


TOWN OF BUENA VISTA, COLORADO ORDINANCE NO. 2
Chaffee County Times
Alternative tower structure. Shall mean man-made trees, clock towers, bell steeples, light poles and similar alternative design mounting structures that are compatible with the natural setting and surrounding structures, and camouflage or conceal the ...

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Shropshire reacts to Gove's school discipline call - shropshirestar.com

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 11:21 AM PST


Shropshire reacts to Gove's school discipline call
shropshirestar.com
She said: “We have always used community restoration punishment. That could involve community ... He has appealed for teachers to “get tough” on bad behaviour. But the Department for Education ... Bill Titley, 68, a retired chartered acc-ountant from ...

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TEXAS FAITH: Is President Obama part of reinventing American civil religion ... - Dallas Morning News (blog)

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 10:05 AM PST


Dallas Morning News (blog)

TEXAS FAITH: Is President Obama part of reinventing American civil religion ...
Dallas Morning News (blog)
It would seem unnecessary and unwise to abandon appeals to their shared religious convictions in an attempt to reach out to the secular minority with an amorphous “civil spirituality”—one that is likely to ring hollow even to those at whom it is ...

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'Little lives lost': A step closer to learning the fate of BC's missing ... - Canada First Perspective

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 07:18 AM PST


'Little lives lost': A step closer to learning the fate of BC's missing ...
Canada First Perspective
Now a raft of historical documents — including records recently released by B.C.'s Vital Statistics Agency — could finally shed light on the thousands of “little lives lost” during one of the most shameful chapters in Canada's history. SHAMEFUL ...

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Fascination of ancients - Dorset Echo

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 07:04 AM PST


Dorset Echo

Fascination of ancients
Dorset Echo
Walking the local coastal paths, past the hill forts, ancient churches, farms, disused quarries, and local villages, Dr Collier's fascination with the local area led her deeper and deeper into the who, what and when of Weymouth and its neighbours' past ...

A Great Welsh Adventure with Griff Rhys Jones - ITV News

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 06:17 AM PST


A Great Welsh Adventure with Griff Rhys Jones
ITV News
It's said that the little boys from the village used to run down here because from time to time they would see limousines with pop stars in them like The Beatles and Tom Jones and Bob Dylan.” The ferry crossing was replaced in 1966 by the Severn Bridge ...

Bells toll for Fitchburg's 250th anniversary - Sentinel and Enterprise

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 04:13 AM PST


Bells toll for Fitchburg's 250th anniversary
Sentinel and Enterprise
FITCHBURG -- Reaching his arms far above his head, one after the other in a motion resembling climbing a ladder, bell-ringer Fedor Berndt Jr. worked the knotted ropes at the ground floor of Christ Church's bell tower for 15 minutes Monday as part of ...

Sir Francis Drake's wedding bells get revamp thanks to Loughborough's John ... - Leicester Mercury

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 03:18 AM PST


Leicester Mercury

Sir Francis Drake's wedding bells get revamp thanks to Loughborough's John ...
Leicester Mercury
Peter Sparkes and a small team of volunteers from the church helped raise the £40,000 needed for the restoration. "We had to stop ringing the bells in September because of the state of the framework and people have said they have missed them," he said.

Amsterdam guide: free attractions and things to - Telegraph.co.uk

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 12:57 AM PST


Telegraph.co.uk

Amsterdam guide: free attractions and things to
Telegraph.co.uk
Jordaaners (born within the sound of the carillon of the Westerkerk bell tower) once had a pride and culture akin to London's cockneys. You can still savour something of the ... parts of town, and not all is seediness. Take a stroll from De Waag (a ...

Bellringers swept the board in contests - Plymouth Herald

Posted: 03 Feb 2014 11:22 PM PST


Plymouth Herald

Bellringers swept the board in contests
Plymouth Herald
Front row (from left) Rev Luff (curate), Rev Geoffrey Sunderland (vicar), Jack Hine, (Tower Captain), Ivor Treeby. We moved to Plymstock in 1976 and I started learning to ring in 1977. By that time the Captaincy had passed to Ivor Treeby, although Jack ...

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I'm the only one still ringing the bells - Plymouth Herald

Posted: 03 Feb 2014 11:22 PM PST


I'm the only one still ringing the bells
Plymouth Herald
The tower was then a six bell tower (now made up to an eight bell peal) and during the year preceding the photograph Plymstock was the most successful ringing team in Devon, having won the Plympton Deanery Trophy and the Interdeanery Trophy amongst ...

Don't surrender the martial arts of ceremony - Telegraph.co.uk

Posted: 03 Feb 2014 10:33 PM PST


Telegraph.co.uk

Don't surrender the martial arts of ceremony
Telegraph.co.uk
Today, only in the Church is non-functional ornament preserved more tenaciously than in military ceremonial. “Halt! Who comes there?” asks the sentry ... No bell tolled alone, but from the Abbey a peal of 5,040 changes was rung. He was uniformed as an ...

Chance to ring in the new year - Stratford Observer

Posted: 03 Feb 2014 04:17 PM PST


Stratford Observer

Chance to ring in the new year
Stratford Observer
THOSE keen to learn more about the ancient art of bell ringing are invited to St Nicholas' Church in Henley for an open day. Campanologists - better known as bell ringers - will be showcasing their skills to members of the public at the Beaudesert Lane ...

Congleton, Cheshire

Posted: 03 Feb 2014 04:00 PM PST

Ringing suspended UFN: building works prevent safe access
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