Tag Archives: First Quarter Peal

My First Quarter Peal – The Result of a True Team Effort!

By on 14-Jan-2020 - Take a lot of Tysoe, namely David Bell and David Rake as my mentors, an idealistic and ideal band in Lighthorne and one crazy 63 year-old-American hand surgeon, bent on at least trying to learn the ropes, handstroking and backstroking his way between Braunschweig via Hanover to London-Heathrow and Tysoe six times a year and […] Read more

Duke of Edinburgh Success at Great Gransden

By on 21-Sep-2015 - We have two ringers coming to the end of their D of E bronze award, and within the last week another young ringer has asked us to support him in this scheme. Our first ringer is Jonathan who will this week be successfully completed his bronze level. He started to learn bell handling in March […] Read more

Silent and Unconducted First QP Inside

By on 31-Jul-2015 - I thought that people may be interested in the story behind the silent and unconducted quarter of Bob Doubles rung at Woughton ­on­ the­ Green (Bucks) on Sunday 31st August. A few months previously we discussed the idea of ringing a silent and unconducted quarter peal. One ringer had always wanted to have a go […] Read more