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Good news about British bell-ringers & ringers worldwide

Dr Julie McDonnell was a novice to Campanology, the art of bell-ringing. She is from Sussex England and in DEC 2015 she was diagnosed with terminal cancer. She has a blood cancer, one of 137 different kinds of blood cancer, chronic myeloid leukemia. A person in good health would find bell-ringing challenging.

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Ask not for whom the bell tolls

“Earlier this summer, it was necessary for the Chapter to take action regarding a member of the bell ringing community on safeguarding grounds.” – York Minster statement

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