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There were 19 matching performances.

Yorkshire Association
Adwick le Street, South Yorkshire
St Laurence
Saturday, 2 March 1963 in 2h 45 (10–0–24 in G♯)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
Being seven extents.
1 Florence Chester
2 Harold Bell
3 Alan Jewitt
4 Russell Stephenson
5 Roger A Smith
6 Frederick J Jackson (C)
First peal 1,2 & 5.
Rung as a farewell to the Rev. J. M. Jones Rector, who is leaving the parish.

Yorkshire Association
Epworth, Lincolnshire
St Andrew
Saturday, 25 May 1963 in 3h 1 (17)
5040 Plain Bob Major
Composed by G Williams
1 Leslie M Woodhead
2 Alan Sheppard
3 James Thorley
4 Melvyn A Rose
5 John F Underwood
6 John Potts
7 Kenneth B Sissons
8 J Martin Thorley
First peal of Major: 3, 5
A birthday compliment to Mrs. J. Martin Thorley.
RW 1963 p402

Yorkshire Association
Heptonstall, West Yorkshire
St Thomas the Apostle
Saturday, 15 June 1963 in 2h 57 (18–1–3)
5024 Yorkshire Surprise Major
Composed by C W Roberts
1 Geoffrey F Bryant
2 Linda Gott
3 Frances Fairbank
4 J Henry Fielden
5 J Neville Parkin
6 John N D Chaddock
7 Gordon R Corby
8 Wilfred F Moreton (C)
First peal of Surprise: 2

Yorkshire Association
Scarborough, North Yorkshire
St Mary
Saturday, 22 June 1963 in 2h 48 (20–1–16 in E♭)
5040 Grandsire Triples
1 Stephen Wright
2 William Fay
3 Edward Hudson
4 John A Brown
5 Bert Sutton (C)
6 Fred Hodgson
7 Thomas M Cox
8 Edwin P King
First peal - 1.
Rung as a compliment to Mr and Mrs B Sutton on their Silver Wedding, also for the birth of their first grandchild, a boy, to their daughter Madeleine and David Bradford, in Aden 29th January 1963.

Yorkshire Association
Wentworth, South Yorkshire
Holy Trinity
Saturday, 13 July 1963 in 2h 47 (10–0–12 in G)
5040 Doubles (9m)
480 each St. Martins, reverse St. Bartholomew, Winchendon Place, Clifford’s pleasure, April Day & Candlesby Slow course, 720 each Reverse Canterbury pleasure & Plain Bob
1 M Alec Beaumont
2 Andrew King
3 Michael King
4 David E Archer
5 Michael R Meadows (C)
6 Alec Beaumont
First peal 4. 25th peal on the bells.
Rung by the local Sunday Service band to mark the centenary year of the casting of the bells by J. Warner & sons in 1963.
Also to mark their 70th year in the present church & their 25th year since rehanging by Taylor’s of Loughborough in 1938.

Yorkshire Association
Handsworth, South Yorkshire
St Mary
Saturday, 13 July 1963 in 2h 42 (12–0–2 in F♯)
5024 Yorkshire Surprise Major
Composed by Ian M Holland
1 Geoffrey N Goodall
2 Eileen J Osborne
3 Malcolm P Phipps
4 Richard A Shekelton
5 John E Chapman
6 Ian M Holland
7 Leonard Goodall (C)
8 John E Turley
1st surprise - 5

Yorkshire Association
Wykeham, North Yorkshire
St Helen and All Saints
Friday, 16 August 1963 in 2h 42 (9–1–6 in A)
5040 Doubles (8m)
480 each Kennington, Southrepps Pleasure, April Day, Clifford’s Pleasure, reverse St Bartholomew & Grandsire, 720 Reverse Canterbury pleasure, 1440 plain Bob
1 Stephen Wright
2 William Fay
3 Andrew King
4 Edwin P King
5 Michael King (C)
First of Doubles 1, first inside to 8 methods 4, first as conductor 5
First peal on the bells (in a detached tower) since 1913

Yorkshire Association
Heptonstall, West Yorkshire
St Thomas the Apostle
Saturday, 17 August 1963 in 2h 59 (18–1–3)
5152 Superlative Surprise Major
Composed by R W Pipe
1 Jeanne E Bottomley
2 B Gillian Schofield
3 Peter A Kirkby
4 Roger J Lumley
5 S Barry Schofield
6 A Barry Sullivan
7 Roderick W Pipe (C)
8 Vernon Bottomley
First peal in the method: 3

Yorkshire Association
Halifax, West Yorkshire
Minster church of St John the Baptist
Saturday, 17 August 1963 in 3h 34 (28–0–14)
5019 Stedman Cinques
Composed by J Carter
1 Wilfrid F Moreton (C)
2 Iris M E Lemare
3 Donald H Niblett
4 Peter Scholfield
5 S Barry Schofield
6 J Henry Fielden
7 J Neville Parkin
8 W Eric Critchley
9 J Martin Thorley
10 James A D Woolford
11 Richard E Price
12 Michael P Moreton
First peal of Stedman Cinques: 2, 5.
First peal of Stedman Cinques on the bells since their restoration.
Ringing world: 2734.0618
Ringing World page reference: 2734.0618

Yorkshire Association
Heptonstall, West Yorkshire
St Thomas the Apostle
Saturday, 24 August 1963 in 3h 9 (18–1–3)
5040 Heptonstall Little Surprise Major
1 J Martin Thorley
2 Peter Scholfield
3 S Barry Schofield
4 James A D Woolford
5 Richard E Price
6 W Eric Critchley
7 Wilfred F Moreton (C)
8 Michael P Moreton
100th peal for the Association: 5
First peal in the method

Yorkshire Association
Heptonstall, West Yorkshire
St Thomas the Apostle
Saturday, 21 September 1963 in 2h 58 (18–1–3)
5088 Superlative Surprise Major
Composed by G Lindoff
1 Paul Birkett
2 Iris M E Lemare
3 Arlene Flather
4 Arthur Rogers
5 John Pilkington
6 David Smith
7 Vivian Nutton (C)
8 J Henry Fielden
First peal of Superlative: 3,4,5,6

Yorkshire Association
Leeds, West Yorkshire
St Peter
Saturday, 19 October 1963 in 2h 51 (17–0–4 in F)
5040 Plain Bob Major
Composed by J Carter
1 Jeffrey J Fox
2 C Barrie Dove
3 Gael Brown
4 John E Chapman
5 Peter Fenney
6 John Weaver
7 Clive M Longdon
8 Derek P Jones (C)
1st peal of major - 7

Yorkshire Association
Ormesby, North Yorkshire
St Cuthbert
Saturday, 26 October 1963 in 2h 55 (18–0–14 in E)
5040 Stedman Triples
Composed by Thurstan (Heywood's)
1 Iris Lemare
2 Fred Hodgson
3 Margaret Wilkinson
4 Rohilla Cooke
5 Jack Roach
6 Tom Cooke
7 Tom Cox
8 Elsdon Metcalfe

Yorkshire Association
Wentworth, South Yorkshire
Holy Trinity
Saturday, 9 November 1963 in 3h (10–0–12 in G)
5040 Doubles (15m)
120 Old Bob, 240 each Candlesby slow course, St Nicholas, Winchendon Place, Eynsham, St Simons, St Martins, 480 Reverse St Bartholomew, 360 Grandsire, 240 each Southrepps & Clifford’s Pleasure, 480 Reverse Canterbury pleasure, 360 Kennington, 600 April Day & 720 Plain Bob
1 David E Archer
2 Edwin P King
3 Andrew King
4 M Alec Beaumont
5 Michael King (C)
6 Alec Beaumont
First in 15 methods by all.
Rung half muffled as a tribute to the fallen.

Yorkshire Association
Epworth, Lincolnshire
St Andrew
Saturday, 9 November 1963 in 3h 14 (17–0–16 in F)
5040 Plain Bob Major
Composed by S H Wood
1 James Thorley
2 J Martin Thorley (C)
3 Roger D Bailey
4 Melvyn A Rose
5 Derek J Jones
6 Keith R Davey
7 John F Underwood
8 Alan G Payne
First peal of major inside: 5
In remembrance of the Fallen.
RW 1963 p787

Yorkshire Association
Collingham, West Yorkshire
St Oswald
Saturday, 14 December 1963 in 2h 19 (7–2–0 in B♭)
5040 Minor (3m)
In three methods, viz.: (1 and 2) Southrepps, (3 and 4) Kent, (5, 6 and 7) Plain Bob
1 Anthony O Sheard
2 Dinah M Blow
3 Peter Fenney
4 Ronald H Dove
5 John Weaver
6 C Barrie Dove (C)
25th Peal for the Association: 5
Ringing World page reference: 2752.0049

Yorkshire Association
Doncaster, South Yorkshire
Minster Church of St George
Saturday, 21 December 1963 in 3h 21 (29–2–17 in C♯)
5056 Eastcote Surprise Major
Composed by W. Eric Critchley
1 John N D Chaddock
2 Howard Scott
3 Jeanne E Bottomley
4 Donald H Niblett
5 Gordon Benfield
6 W Eric Critchley (C)
7 Vernon Bottomley
8 Richard E Price
First peal in the method by all & by the Association.

Yorkshire Association
Wentworth, South Yorkshire
Holy Trinity
Saturday, 28 December 1963 in 2h 47 (10–0–12 in G)
5040 Doubles (21m)
240 each Stedman, St Nicholas, St Giles, St Miles, St Johns, Winchendon Place, Eynsham, St Simons, St Paul’s, St Leonard’s, st Martins, Southrepps pleasure, Clifford’s pleasure, Reverse Canterbury pleasure, Candlesby slow course, Old Bob, Kennington, April Day, plain Bob, Reverse St Bartholomew & Grandsire.
1 David E Archer
2 Andrew King
3 M Alec Beaumont
4 Michael King
5 Michael R Meadows (C)
6 Alec Beaumont
First in 21 methods for all.
Rung to mark the end of the centenary of the bells cast in 1863.
Rung as a 21st birthday compliment to the conductor (Dec 29th) and the ringers of 2 & 4 (Jan 1st 1964)

Yorkshire Association
Belton in Isle of Axholme, Lincolnshire
All Saints
Saturday, 28 December 1963 in 2h 47 (11–0–13 in G)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being an extent each of Cambridge Surprise, Oxford Treble Bob, St. Clement's, Double Oxford, Single Oxford, Kent Treble Bob and Plain Bob.
1 John Potts
2 J Martin Thorley (C)
3 Melvyn A Rose
4 Alan Sheppard
5 Kenneth B Sissons
6 John F Underwood
The tenor ringer has now 'completed the circle'.
An eighth birthday compliment to Carol M Sheppard.
RW 1964 p51