Issue 5761: 24 September 2021

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The Ringing World issue 5761
Title Author Page
Front cover – Collage of RWNYC photographs (Various photographers) 861
Editorial Will Bosworth 862
Page three collage of RWNYC photographs (Various photographers) 863
Never work with children or octopuses Rebecca Steele 864
Surrey Strikers at RWNYC 2021 Fred Mills 864
Handbell workshop Tom Hinks 864
From the judging room ... Chris Poole 865
Exploring the secrets of learning and applying them to ringing. Week 8: Habits, opportunities and concluding thoughts Arthur Reeves 866
CC President’s Blog Simon Linford 868
Letters to the Editor 869
Obituaries index Chris Ridley 869
Recovery A J Barnfield 869
The Bailey Brothers of Leiston, Suffolk – marking the centenary of a great achievement John Loveless 870
From the Taylor Bellfoundry Museum – Every picture tells a story Chris Pickford 872
W & P Youths out in force Lauren Taylor 873
RWNYC 2021 Team Photos Tom Miles and Christopher Teasdale (photographers) 874
Launching the YCRA Elena Brake 876
Meet more university ringing societies! – University of Bristol (UBSCR) William Stafford 876
Minor jottings – Thank you to the band Mary Jones 877
What’s Hot on BellBoard Will Bosworth 877
Peal Reports 878
Quarter Peal Reports 879
Notices 882
75 Years Ago in The Ringing World – A blind ringer peal Marjorie Jones, Mrs D L Moore, G E Symonds 882
Obituary – Timothy Oliver Hill (Tim) Gavin E Price 883
Pailing dynasty continues after 70 years F Neville Pailing 883
Ruby+1 celebrations on Alderney Colin Newman 884
Puzzle Page 886
Comment – Age and decline Andrew Howard 887
Pauline’s 61 years – the Lansleys on the Isle of Purbeck August 2021 Christine Purnell 887
Thought for the week Chris Marshall 887
Back cover – Collage of RWNYC venues (Worcester Cathedral, All Saints, St Martin-in-the-Cornmarket) William Lay and Adrian Udal (photographers) 888

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