Bells rung in memory of wartime casualty

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Church bells rung out at St Peter’s in Monks Eleigh on Saturday to mark the death of Robert Charles Keeble, who died in the First World War.

Bells rung from 10am for about three hours to remember the first Suffolk ringer to die in the conflict.

It was almost 100 years to the day since Mr Keeble’s death on September 16, 1914.

A peal consisting of 5,040 changes was rung.