Big Ben’s iconic bongs return after restoration workon November 12, 2022 at 12:05 am

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The bells of the Elizabeth Tower will return to regular service on Remembrance Sunday.

After five years of restoration work, the bells of the Elizabeth Tower – including Big Ben – are returning to regular service.

Big Ben will be struck 11 times at 11:00 on Remembrance Sunday to mark the beginning of the two-minute silence.

Clockmakers Ian Westworth and Alex Jeffrey spoke to the BBC about bringing the iconic bells back into service.

Produced by Nick Raikes

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