London 2012: Turner artist wants bells to mark Games' start

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A Turner Prize-winning artist has called for the sound of bells to ring across London on the morning of the Olympics opening ceremony.

Martin Creed said that should signal the start of the Games and wants everyone to get involved however not all church bell ringers are happy about it.

Along with the artist, Simon Meyer, a steeple keeper from St Mary-Le-Bow, Alan Regin, a steeple keeper from Christ Church Spitalfields and Ruth McKenzie from Locog, all tell BBC London's Ayshea Buksh what they think of the idea.

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