Issue 5838: 17 March 2023

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The Ringing World issue 5838

There was a record number of performances for International Women’s Day this year, in no small part due to the extra efforts of the Ladies Guild. Let’s aim for even more next year! You can see the details on the back pages of this week’s issue.

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Title Author Page
Eyes on 2030: show us the way (The RW Survey) 235
The 2023 ART Awards 235
In memory of a Gloucestershire ringer Ian Bucknell 236
Trio of the month – Badbury Minimus 236
Doubles of the month – Bluebell 236
A reporter called - Reflections on PR John Harrison 238
Letters to the Editor 239
Great Tom of St Paul’s Cathedral Philip Rogers 240
Peal Reports 242
The second annual Ring a First in February Linda Garton 244
Quarter Peal Reports 246
Obituary – Anthony Laughton Andrew Hall 250
Obituary – Owen Needham Kenneth Frostwick 251
Notices 252
CCCBR Executive notes Ernie de Legh-Runciman 252
Peal ringing in Ilkley Andy Sutherland 253
Ladies Guild make IWD a fixture Elizabeth Smith 254
Bells ring out for International Women’s Day 2023 254
Thought for the week - At the Tail End George Cringles 255
Keep calm and carry on bell ringing Frank Warboys 255
The images of the week – Collage of International Women’s Day bands 256

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