Judy Blake of Shoreham has a home for her bell collection, and it even has an official name: the Shoreham Bell Museum. It’s the only museum of its kind on the East Coast, said the Addison Independent.Judy lives in the brick ranch house and houses the bells in an out building on the property that once was the home of an auto repair shop and a photographer’s studio. Her displays are grouped by various categories, including countries, Indian bells, bells that hung around animals’ necks, and are made of porcelain, copper, tin, crystal, china and even paper. Admission to the museum is free -although she does accept donations – on a drop-in or appointment basis. She recently hosted the New England Chapter of the American Bell Association and offers group tours. What began with one bell in the 1950s has grown to 5,500 bells. Will she add to the collection? “I can’t resist,” Judy said.