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    nicksey wrote:
    No Josh, Church bells are not noise pollution, they have been heard throughout this country on a Sunday morning for centuries. As has already been pointed out if you don't like it why do you live in Wesley Place just off Church Rd, not surprisingly, it's close to a church! As for having your sleep disturbed as early as 8.30 in the morning, get out of bed and do something useful instead of moaning.
    I don't think Mr Carney has lived in Wesley Place long. I was born there and I have never heard anybody else complain about them. I thnk he needs to get a grip and live the experience before moaning about church bells twice a week. There are plenty of worse sounds in the world!"
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Church bells are noise pollution

Church bells are noise pollution

Church bells are noise pollution

Church bells are noise pollution

First published in Letters

DO church bells not count as noise pollution or disturbing the peace?

I have to put up with the constant sound of ringing bells from as early as 8.30am every Sunday.

This disturbs my sleep on a regular basis. This is as well as, what I can only assume, is bell practice on Tuesday nights. I’m fairly sure I’d get arrested if I stood outside blasting my horn full blast.

Josh Carney Wesley Place Northwich

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