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Kent County Association
Willesborough, Kent
St Mary the Virgin
Saturday, 4 February 1956 in 2h 57 (12)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
Comprising thirty six-scores (10 callings) and six 240's ( 3 pitman and 3 Morris)
1 Beryl C Philpot
2 Phyllis E Lowes
3 Raymond J Carlton (C)
4 David Staples
5 Leslie C Smith
6 William G Gill
First Peal: 1 & 6
First Peal of doubles: 2, 3, & 4

Kent County Association
Great Mongeham, Kent
St Martin
Saturday, 24 March 1956 in 2h 52 (7–2–10 in A♭)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
Being seven different extents
1 Ronald L Sheppard
2 G Christopher Durham
3 Thomas W Edwards
4 Stanley J Gee
5 J Michael Stephens (C)
6 George E Ruck
First peal: 1.
First peal 'inside': 2.
First peal in the method: 3 and 4.
Ringing World page reference: 2349.0212

Kent County Association
Willesborough, Kent
St Mary the Virgin
Wednesday, 4 April 1956 in 2h 59 (12)
5040 Minor (9m)
(1) Kent and Oxford TB (2) Cambridge S (3) Double Bob and Plain Bob (4) Double Oxford Bob (5) Hereward Bob (6) (7) St. Clements
1 John R Cooper
2 Crawford T Hillis
3 David Staples
4 Albert J Lancefield
5 Raymond J Carlton
6 Mark S Lancefield (C)
First Peal in nine methods by all the band.
Rung as a farewell compliment to the rector. Rev. H.J.E. Bowman.

Kent County Association
Willesborough, Kent
St Mary the Virgin
Wednesday, 18 April 1956 in 2h 59 (12)
5040 Minor (10m)
Being seven extents in ten methods: 1. Kent and Oxford TB 2. Cambridge 3. St. Clements and Double Oxford Bob 4. Plain bob and Double Bob 5. Oxford Bob 6. Double Court Bob, 7. Hereward Bob; each called differently
1 Beryl C Philpot
2 David Staples
3 Crawford T Hillis
4 Albert J Lancefield
5 John R Cooper
6 Mark S Lancefield (C)
First peal in ten methods by all the band.
Rung as a farewell compliment to the ringer of the second, who is leaving for National Service on 19th April.

Kent County Association
Wrotham, Kent
St George
Saturday, 12 May 1956 in 3h 11 (20–0–10 in E)
5088 Spliced Surprise Major (3m)
Comprising 2,720 changes of Rutland, 1,312 Yorkshire and 1,056 New Cambridge, with 80 changes of method.
Composed by John L Morris
1 John L Morris (C)
2 John R Cooper
3 Brian Bladen
4 E Winifred Keys
5 Geoffrey Pearson
6 Philip Mehew
7 Malcolm S Cloke
8 Peter N Bond
100th peal - 2. First peal of Spliced Surprise Major - 3, 4, 7. First peal of Spliced Surprise Major as conductor.

Kent County Association
Willesborough, Kent
St Mary the Virgin
Wednesday, 6 June 1956 in 2h 51 (12)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being one extent each of Cambridge S, Kent TB, Oxford TB, Double Oxford Bob, St. Clements Bob, Double Bob, and Plain Bob; each called Differently
1 Harry Baker
2 Albert J Lancefield
3 Crawford T Hillis
4 John R Cooper
5 Leslie C Smith
6 Mark S Lancefield (C)
Rung to celebrate the gift of a second daughter (Mary Elizabeth) to Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Hillis.

Kent County Association
Ashford, Kent
St Mary the Virgin
Tuesday, 12 June 1956 (23 in E♭)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Margaret Pope
2 Maisie Vantom
3 Margaret M Jones
4 Crawford T Hillis
5 John R Cooper
6 Lawrence T Pope
7 Charles W Everett (C)
8 Albert A Jones
Rung half-muffled in memoriam Mrs H Wickens.
First quarter: 1, 3 and 8
First of Triples: 4

Kent County Association
St Mary Cray, Kent
St Mary
Saturday, 30 June 1956 in 2h 41 (11–3–21 in G)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
1 Mary R Andrews
2 Julie M Tunbridge
3 Patrick G Braund
4 Bertie W Aldridge
5 Brian Bladon
6 John L Morris (C)
First peal - 2 & 3

Kent County Association
Willesborough, Kent
St Mary the Virgin
Wednesday, 15 August 1956 in 2h 58 (12)
5040 Minor (11m)
Comprising seven extents in eleven methods: (1) Kent and Oxford TB, (2) College and St. Clements Bob, (3) Double Oxford and Hereward Bob, (4) Plain bob and Double Bob, (5) Oxford Bob, (6) Double Court Bob, (7) Cambridge S.
1 Beryl C Philpot
2 Crawford T Hillis
3 Albert J Lancefield
4 John R Cooper
5 Raymond J Carlton
6 Mark S Lancefield (C)
First peal in eleven methods by all the band.
Rung to celebrate the birth of a son, Jonathan Mark Guille, to Jeanne Carlton, wife of the ringer of the fifth.

Kent County Association
London
St Bartholomew the Great, Smithfield
Saturday, 25 August 1956 in 2h 31 (5½ in B)
5040 Doubles (13m/v)
Being one extent Stedman, three extents Winchendon Place, four extents St. Martin’s Bob, four extents St. Simon’s Bob, four extents St. Nicholas’ Bob, four extents Reverse Canterbury Pleasure Place, three extents Clifford Place, three extents Reverse St. Bartholomew, three extents Northrepps, four extents Plain Bob, three extents April Day, three extents Kennington and three extents Grandsire.
1 Ernest J Rowe
2 Brian Bladon
3 John L Morris
4 Ralph Bird
5 Eric Nobles (C)
First peal on the bells since 1922.
Arranged to commemorate the Feast of St. Bartholomew, and rung within the octave of the Festival.
RW 2372.0580 (14/09/1956).

Kent County Association
St Laurence in Thanet, Kent
St Laurence
Saturday, 22 September 1956 in 3h 7 (14–1–19 in E)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Bruerton's Twelve-Part
1 Ronald L Sheppard
2 G Christopher Durham
3 Herbert Luck
4 Stanley J Gee
5 John A Russell (C)
6 Thomas W Edwards
7 J Michael Stephens
8 Reginald S Weekes
First of Triples: 1, 2, and 7.
50th peal: 7
First peal: 8
Rung to commemorate the wedding anniversaries of the ringers of sixth and tenor, and as a birthday compliment to the ringer of the fourth.
Ringing World page reference: 2375.0627

Kent County Association
Willesborough, Kent
St Mary the Virgin
Thursday, 1 November 1956 in 2h 51 (12)
5040 Minor (12m)
Comprising seven extents in twelve methods: (1) Kentish and Oswald D, (2) Kent and Oxford TB, (3) College and St. Clements Bob, (4) Double Oxford and Hereward Bob, (5) Plain Bob and Double Bob, (6) Double Court bob, (7) Cambridge
1 Rosemary E Gower
2 Lawrence T Pope
3 John R Cooper
4 Crawford T Hillis
5 Raymond J Carlton
6 Mark S Lancefield (C)
First peal in twelve methods by all the band.
Rung to welcome the Rev. T.G. Williams, M.A., who was inducted and instituted Rector of the parish on 27th October.

Kent County Association
Eltham, Kent
St John the Baptist
Saturday, 1 December 1956 in 2h 40 (10–2–24 in G)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Holt's Original
1 Robin E Clarke
2 Bertie W Aldridge
3 Kenneth D Small
4 William J Rawlings
5 Alfred B Peck
6 Ernest B Crowder (C)
7 Geoffrey J Hurrell
8 Jim Hurrell
Rung on the Eve of Advent

Kent County Association
Sevenoaks, Kent
St Nicholas
Saturday, 22 December 1956 in 3h 5 (16–2–10 in F)
5024 Yorkshire Surprise Major
Composed by Charles Roberts
1 Roy Pankhurst
2 Thomas E Sone (C)
3 Peter N Bond
4 Ernest J Ladd
5 Richard V Fuller
6 Doris E Colgate
7 Robert Collins
8 William Rogers
First peal of Surprise - 1. First peal in the method - 5. The ringer of the seventh has 'completed the circle'.