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Now live on Twitter

15 December 2015 by karen.wynn

Mayfield Bell Lyres now has its own Twitter account and we're very proud that our first follower is no other than Dame Evelyn Glennie!  We're looking forward to posting information about the exhibitions we've recently attended plus our upcoming new instrument.

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Mayfield Lands in in Zambia!

17 June 2015 by victoria.archibald

We recently discovered that the 9th Lusaka Boys Brigade in Zambia were hoping to buy a Mayfield bell lyre, having seen the one used by Hull 5th Boys Brigade

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Launch of new instruments with additional B Flat

23 January 2015 by jo.moverleygray

Mayfield are pleased to introduce the addition of a new Bell Lyre with the inclusion of a bottom B Flat. This new instrument is of particular benefit to bands and groups that use bugles or bands that require a larger range than the norm.

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New Tuner

21 January 2015 by victoria.archibald

Mayfield has purchased a brand new piece of kit, the Peterson Stroboplus HD tuner.  The StroboPlus HD is an ultra-high-resolution strobe tuner which will chromatically tune any instrument to the exact standards any musician may require.

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309 (Sawbridgeworth) Squadron ATC

22 October 2014 by victoria.archibald

Through the wonders of social media we came across some exciting news, 309 (Sawbridgeworth) Squadron ATC had received their new Mayfield Bell Lyre and were amazed with the sound of the instrument.

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5th Hull Boys' Brigade Marching Band

15 September 2014 by jo.moverleygray

In September 2014, two members of the Mayfield team - Tony and Jo - headed east to visit the 5th Hull Boys' Brigade Marching Band!  They met the band leader, Vicki Brownlee and some of the young band members and saw them rehearse at their weekly training session.  They were pl

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New Machinery at Mayfield

1 June 2014 by admin

In June 2014 we became the proud owners of a 1 ½ ton Colchester Triumph 2000 lathe, to go along with the other equipment that is used to produce our instruments.

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