Issue 5760: 17 September 2021

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The Ringing World issue 5760
Title Author Page
Front cover photograph – Cathedral Church of Christ & the Blessed Virgin Mary Bernard Novell (photographer) 841
Editorial Will Bosworth 842
Team Worcester delivers against the odds David Hull 843
RWNYC 2021, Worcester – Results 843
A new chapter in the legacy of the first Oxford Diocesan Guild Master, F. E. Robinson Katie Lane 844
Recovery A J Barnfield 845
Meet the university ringing societies! – University of London Society (ULSCR) Bethan Hensman 846
Meet the university ringing societies! – Nottingham Universities (NUSCR) Natasha Claus 846
Exploring the secrets of learning and applying them to ringing. Week 7: A message for ringing tutors Arthur Reeves 847
Now on sale: Christmas and 2022 merchandise 849
Revival of Sudbury Ringing Festival Neal Dodge 850
Book Review: The Little Purple Ringing Book Simon Gay 852
Exploring the secrets of learning and applying them to ringing (concluded from p.848) Arthur Reeves 853
What’s Hot on BellBoard Will Bosworth 853
Peal Reports 854
Quarter Peal Reports 855
Banbury Branch Remembers Revd Sue Burchell 857
Notices 858
Puzzle Page 858
Historic ceremony in Hillsborough, Co. Down Alistair Jameson 859
Heather Trueman’s 90th Caroline Stonham 859
Thought for the week Anthony Ellis 859
The image of the week – Bucks & Berks Young Ringers at RWNYC William Lay (photographer) 860
A first peal in a new tower Vivian Nutton 860

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