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a bell that is held in the hand

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The long-term objective of the festival is to revive the Dewsbury Town Hand Bell Team.
On the 20th, the Korean a cappella group Snow City and the children's hand bell performance team Pan Asia Hand Bell Choir will create a harmonious atmosphere.
Honouring Geordie Ridley's lyrics, 4,000 runners will assemble at Balmbra's pub in Newcastle where they will be started with the actual hand bell mentioned in the 150 year-old song.
A lightweight hand bell will now be sourced as a matter of urgency and patients will be accompanied while using the dayroom in the meantime.
Some had canes and there was a lady with a hand bell.
Visitors will witness two very special performances; The Hand Bell Ringers of Great Britain, complete with Europe's largest bell and chime orchestra will be playing extracts from Tubular Bells as well as a selection of their own repertoire, and The Orb, the legendary ambient house pioneers, will perform a unique Orbular Bells DJ set.
Vanessa Williamson and John Powell, the Carlisle Cathedral Choristers and Youth Choir, The Dalston Hand Bell Ringers, Jeremy Suter, Peter Lawson and John Turner (both recorder and bell).
Most purchase an assortment of religious paraphernalia that no well-dressed, well-equipped devotee can do without: a conical bamboo hat ([yen] 1,000), pilgrim's satchel ([yen] 2,000), pilgrim's jacket ([yen] 3,000), pilgrim's hand bell ([yen] 3,000) and more.
McGinley ("Scrubs") for his continued support of individuals with Down syndrome through their annual Buddy Walks, and the ARC and Adults English Hand Bell and Chime Choirs for their community service.
Members could not believe their luck when they came across Peter Fawcett's history of hand-bell ringing, Ringing for Gold, and found it contained a photograph of the Lindley Parish Church Hand Bell Ringers in 1907.
The Master Singers will be joined by the Worcester Children's Chorus, Shrewsbury Ringers hand bell choir, Pocketflyers Morris dance troupe, organist Brett Maguire, and narrator Roger Brunelle.
Around the corner at the store's other entrance, Serena Rainey, 45, was tinkling her hand bell and cheerfully wishing shoppers "Merry Christmas.
Knous plans to ring a hand bell at a Salvation Army kettle continuously for as many as 30 hours.
This season has been another successful one for the cathedral with the introduction of six special evenings as well as the usual tower access that allowed the public in to the bell chamber and have a go at hand bell ringing.