Some busy times

We’ve had some quite busy days recently.

For the Western Branch Quarter Peal Day, two of our ringers took part in a significant performance when 14 year-old George very ably conducted his first quarter peal.  It was a relatively simple composition of Plain Bob Doubles (… but then all compositions of Bob Doubles are relatively simple!) but he called it confidently and correctly.  No one could ask for more!

We heard that morning that he has been chosen to call the changes for the Tykes entry into the Ringing World National Youth Contest that is to be held in York in early July.

At the beginning end of the scale, we have a number of new learners, just getting to grips with all of these flying ropes.  We have big hopes of good things to come.

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