Bell hanger

a man who hangs or puts up bells.

See also: Bell

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Caerphilly was the third most expensive place to go to a 'Spoons in Wales (with The Malcolm Uphill, The Sirhowy charging on average PS2.99 for a Heineken, PS2.95 for a Foster's, or PS2.95 for a Carling), and Monmouthshire was the fourth most expensive (with The Bell Hanger, The Coliseum, The Kings Head charging on average PS2.99 for a Heineken, PS2.95 for a Foster's, or PS2.95 for a Carling).
A spokesman for the borough council said: "Christopher Beardsley, a trainee bell hanger from John Taylor's Bell Foundry has been in to start dismantling the clavier; we've had electricians hanging around (quite literally) to do some initial work and the stonework has also started to be cleaned."
Ian added: "On their return the bells will be hoisted up, one by one, through the ringing room floor to the belfry where they will be rehung by an experienced bell hanger assisted by some of the bell ringers and their supporters."
"Our job is to tune the bell for a specific sound," said Neil Thomas, bell hanger with London's Whitechapel Foundry, who supervised the tuning and worked hand-in-hand with Seaboard to re-install the bell.
e bells will be hoisted up, one by one, through the ringing room oor to the belfry where they will be rehung by an experienced bell hanger assisted by some of the bell ringers and their supporters.
It was erected by worldfamous clock makers JB Joyce in 1889 but had to be shut down in 2007 after corrosion to bell hangers and weight lines caused fears the bells and weights could come loose, potentially damaging masonry or injuring visitors.
The new eight-bell peal was re-framed at the workshops of leading bell hangers Taylors Eayre and Smith, of Melbourne, Derbyshire and Loughborough.
After more than two centuries the existing bells have been lowered 80ft and taken from the tower to the workshops of leading bell hangers Taylors Eayre and Smith, of Melbourne, Derbyshire and Loughborough.