The fourth bell - in London, by Eric Reynolds

In mid 2009 Marcus approached me with his wonderful idea to locate his bells at suitable waterside locations.  As Trinity Buoy Wharf is dedicated as a home for the arts and creative industries we were pleased to welcome the bell as a piece powerful of sculpture.  Particularly as each rising tide would activate the bell and mark the natural rhythm of the life of the Thames at Trinity Buoy Wharf. 

Marcus’s concerns about climate change are highlighted and particularly focused at TBW as the Thames Valley in London is at clear risk from rising water levels.

The Thames was the mainspring of London and is vitally important to everyone.  

The bell helps to attract visitors interest while ringing out a warning  that we should not ignore.

Eric Reynolds, Founding Director, Urban Space Management

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