Performances report

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There were 254 matching performances. The top 200 are listed below.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
St David's Cathedral
Tuesday, 1 January 2002 (14–3–19 in F♯)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Sheila Harrington
2 Ruth Brammall
3 Kate Webb
4 Valerie Wayte
5 Josh Webb
6 Douglas Nichols (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 2 January 2002 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1287 Stedman Caters
1 John H Fryer (C)
2 Graham Harman
3 Elizabeth Hill
4 Katherine Downs
5 Pam Brock
6 Helen Campbell
7 Gordon Connon
8 David Bath
9 Paul Dye
10 Walter Knight
First quarter peal of Stedman - 6.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
Cathedral Church of St Paul
Sunday, 6 January 2002 (10–1–8 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Ruth Lightbourne
2 Frances Lojkine
3 Daniel Richards
4 Christopher Jarman (C)
5 Simon Beck
6 Alex Lindsay

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
RC Cathedral Church of St Mary
Sunday, 6 January 2002 in 3h 26 (14–3–8 in F♯)
5088 Sydney Surprise Major
Composed by W T Perrins
1 John H Fryer (C)
2 John R Sibbald
3 Elizabeth M Hill
4 Penelope J V Sharpe
5 Katherine M Downs
6 Christian M Peckham
7 Paul J Dye
8 David C Bath
On the Feast of the Epiphany.
(RW 4754.0571)
Ringing World page reference: 4754.0571

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 6 January 2002 in 39m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Doubles (2m)
(2 methods: 300Grandsire, 960 Plain Bob.)
1 Laura Ivey
2 Sue Biddles
3 Mary Townsend (C)
4 David Knewstub
5 Josclyn Sloan
6 John Townsend
Rung to celebrate the baptism today of Benjamin Cooper Day, great nephew of 3 and 6.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Claremont, Western Australia
Christ Church
Monday, 7 January 2002 in 39m (6–1–21 in B♭)
1260 Doubles (3m)
(3m: Not Given, Not Known.)
1 Sue Gillett
2 Laura Ivey
3 Rachel Clark
4 Sue Biddles
5 Mary Townsend (C)
6 John Townsend
Rung in thanksgiving for and in celebration of the life of Bronwen Warner, Wife of former Rector of the parish.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Burwood, New South Wales, Australia
St Paul's
Monday, 7 January 2002 in 42m (11–0–8 in G)
1280 Pudsey Surprise Major
1 Hannah Campbell
2 Jackie Spratt
3 Enid L Roberts
4 Gordon Connon
5 Helen Campbell
6 Robert Walters
7 John H Fryer
8 Andrew Davies (C)
First quarter peal in method - 5.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Thursday, 10 January 2002 (7–0–7 in B♭)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Kim Quinn
2 Lois Beaton
3 Simon McMillan
4 Emma Hadfield
5 Carol Quinn (C)
6 James Mort
First quarter peal - 6.
First quarter peal away from tenor (on hunting bell) - 1.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 13 January 2002 in 46m (18–2–21 in E)
1280 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 David Killner
2 Mark Palmer
3 Peter Harrison
4 Sue Mansfield
5 Richard Thomas
6 Katherine Downs
7 Gordon Connon
8 John Sibbald (C)
First quarter outside UK: 4.
Rung as thankyou to all the Emergency Services for their unremitting efforts during the recent bush fire disaster.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Sunday, 13 January 2002 in 49m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Cambridge Surprise Major
1 Pam Brock
2 Natalie Shea
3 Michelle Brock
4 Mark Palmer
5 Penny Campbell
6 Richard Thomas
7 John Sibbald
8 Peter Harrison (C)
First of Cambridge S Major: 2.
First as Conductor of Cambridge S Major: 8.
Rung on the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Sunday, 13 January 2002 in 57m (29–0–14 in C♯)
1440 Kent Treble Bob Royal
1 Laura Ivey
2 Mary Townsend
3 Vicki Hodgkin
4 Deb Hay
5 Glyn Geen
6 Tony Murray-Feist
7 Eric White (C)
8 Graeme W Heyes
9 Bert Woolven
10 Rhys Greenhalgh
Tom commemorate the 198th Anniversary of Admiral Lord Nelson's funeral at Westminster Abbey. First in Kent Royal for all except 8 and 9.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 13 January 2002 in 41m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Laura Ivey
2 Rhys Greenhalgh
3 Mary Townsend
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 Eric White
6 Bert Woolven
7 Glyn Geen (C)
8 Josclyn Sloan
First quarter peal as conductor of triples - 7.
Rung to celebrate the engagement of Anne-Maree Jennings and Glyn Geen on 29th December, 2001.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 16 January 2002 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1260 Stedman Triples
1 Graham Harman
2 Penny Campbell
3 Jackie Spratt
4 Helen Campbell
5 Paul Dye
6 John H Fryer (C)
7 Enid L Roberts
8 John Sibbald

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Sunday, 20 January 2002 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 John Sibbald
2 Enid L Roberts
3 Paul Dye
4 Elizabeth Hill
5 James Woolford
6 Andrew Chin
7 David Bath
8 John H Fryer (C)
Rung for the Sydney Ringing School.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Darling Point, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mark's
Monday, 21 January 2002 (8–1–26 in A)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Simon McMillan
2 Lois Beaton
3 John Hadfield
4 Peter McEvoy
5 Basil E Potts (C)
6 Paul Loceridge
7 David Lockeridge
First quarter peal - 6 & 7.
[Rung with two (2) cover bells.].
Rung for the Sydney ringing School.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Claremont, Western Australia
Christ Church
Wednesday, 23 January 2002 in 40m (6–1–21 in B♭)
1260 Doubles (2m)
(2m: Not Given, Not Known.)
1 April Rigby
2 Laura Ivey
3 Sue Gillett
4 Sue Biddles
5 Mary Townsend (C)
6 John Townsend
Rung in thanksgiving of the life of Anne Ringa Kamau, friend of Devena Haggis.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Saturday, 26 January 2002 in 66m (14–1–8 in F♯)
2002 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Mainly Parkers
1 Laura Ivey
2 Catherine White
3 Laura Davies
4 Rhys Greenhalgh
5 Tony Murray Feist
6 Graeme W Heyes
7 Eric White (C)
8 Vicki Hodgkin
Rung for Australia Day.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Papanui, Canterbury, New Zealand
St Paul's
Saturday, 26 January 2002 in 42m (6–0–26 in A♯)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Karen Robinson
2 Lindsay Trott
3 Northleigh F E Reeve
4 Ronald Shephard
5 Ray H Idle
6 Robbie Richards (C)
First quarter peal on treble - 1.
Rung in memory of Joyce Robinson, grandmother of - 1.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Mandurah, Western Australia
Christ's Church
Saturday, 26 January 2002 (7–0–21 in A)
1316 Grandsire Triples
1 Christopher Goodwin
2 Roger Lubbock
3 Pat Lubbock
4 Deborah Hay
5 Zoe Goodwin
6 Ron Chapman
7 Bert Woolven (C)
8 Horace Lubbock
Rung on Australia Day to farewell Canon Joe Hopkins, Leaving to take up a new role as Archdeacon to the Diocese of Bunbury and to thank him for supporting the bells and bellringers during his ministry.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Monday, 28 January 2002 in 48m (34–1–3 in C♯)
1287 Stedman Caters
1 John H Fryer (C)
2 Elizabeth Hill
3 Michael Stone
4 Richard Thomas
5 John Sibbald
6 Penny Wyatt
7 Enid L Roberts
8 Christian Peckham
9 Paul Dye
10 Paul Doyle
First in method: 6.
Rung for Australia Day.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Burwood, New South Wales, Australia
St Paul's
Monday, 28 January 2002 (11–0–8 in G)
1250 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 Kay Alonzo
2 Penny Campbell
3 Jackie Spratt
4 Pam Brock
5 Katherine Downs
6 Ronald Shepherd
7 Andrew Davies
8 Helen Campbell (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 30 January 2002 in 50m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1259 Grandsire Caters
1 John Sibbald
2 Jackie Spratt
3 Graham Harman
4 Rachel Spratt
5 Katherine Downs
6 Enid L Roberts (C)
7 John H Fryer
8 Paul Dye
9 Christian Peckham
10 Michael Stone
Rung to welcome Mike Stone to Sydney.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Claremont, Western Australia
Christ Church
Wednesday, 30 January 2002 in 38m (6–1–21 in B♭)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Jayne Hodgkin
2 Laura Ivey
3 Vicki Hodgkin
4 Laura Davies
5 Mary Townsend (C)
6 Ken Hodgkin
First quarter peal - 6.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 3 February 2002 in 46m (18–2–21 in E)
1250 Lincolnshire Surprise Major
1 David Killner
2 Katherine Downs (C)
3 Michael Clayton
4 Gordon Connon
5 Richard Thomas
6 Christian Peckham
7 John Sibbald
8 Michael Stone
Rung for the 214th anniversary of the First Christian service in the colony of New South Wales.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Sunday, 3 February 2002 in 45m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1250 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 John Sibbald
2 Enid L Roberts
3 Michael Clayton
4 Richard Thomas
5 Mark Palmer
6 John H Fryer
7 Michael Stone
8 Christian Peckham (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 3 February 2002 in 41m (5–2–25 in B)
1440 Plain Bob Minor
1 David Knewstub
2 Laura Ivey
3 Laura Davies (C)
4 Bert Woolven
5 Josclyn Sloan
6 Mary Townsend
Rung before Evensong commemorating the 50th anniversary of Her Majesty The Queen's Accession to the throne.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Cathedral
Tuesday, 5 February 2002 in 3h 12 (14–3–8)
5152 Superlative Surprise Major
Composed by A J Cox
1 Mark W Palmer
2 B Enid L Roberts
3 John H Fryer
4 John R Sibbald
5 Paul J Dye
6 James A D Woolford
7 Thomas W Goodyer (C)
8 Michael J Stone
Ringing World page reference: 4740.0211

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 6 February 2002 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Southern Cross Surprise Major
1 Paul Dye
2 Katherine Downs
3 Graham Harman
4 Christian Peckham
5 Gordon Connon
6 Michael Stone
7 Thomas W Goodyer (C)
8 John H Fryer
To mark the 50th Anniversay (today) of the accession to the throne of Queen Elizabeth.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
St David's Cathedral
Wednesday, 6 February 2002 (14–3–19 in F♯)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Ruth Brammall
2 Hilary Fawcett
3 Sheila Harrington
4 Josh Webb
5 John A Smith
6 Douglas Nichols (C)
Rung on the 50th anniversary of the accession of Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Saturday, 9 February 2002 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Cambridge Surprise Major
1 James Woolford (C)
2 Natalie Shea
3 Kirsten Crosby
4 Elizabeth Hill
5 Enid L Roberts
6 John H Fryer
7 Mark Palmer
8 John Sibbald

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 10 February 2002 in 46m (18–2–21 in E)
1320 London Surprise Minor
1 Gordon Connon
2 Katherine Downs
3 Mark Palmer
4 Richard Thomas
5 John Sibbald
6 Christian Peckhan (C)
Rung to celebrate the life of Princess Margret.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Sunday, 10 February 2002 (11–0–0 in G♯)
1440 Minor (2m)
(2 methods: 720 Cambridge Surprise, 720 Plain Bob.)
1 Natalie Shea
2 Pam Brock
3 Michelle Brock
4 Richard Thomas
5 Mark Palmer
6 John Sibbald (C)
Rung for the Rite of Election of Catechumens.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Sunday, 10 February 2002 in 42m (14–1–8 in F♯)
1260 Erin Triples
1 Mary Townsend
2 Josclyn Sloan
3 Laura Davies
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 Deb Hay
6 Bert Woolven
7 Eric White (C)
8 John Townsend
In thanksgiving for the life of H.M. the Princess Margaret who died on Feb 9th. First in the method for all apart from 6.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 10 February 2002 in 41m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Irene Mackenzie
2 Deborah Hay
3 Mary Townsend
4 Laura Davies
5 Josclyn Sloan
6 Bert Woolven
7 Eric White (C)
8 Ray Coxon
Rung for the birth of Emily Simmington, great niece of 1.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Burwood, New South Wales, Australia
St Paul's
Sunday, 10 February 2002 (11–0–8 in G)
1344 Plain Bob Major
1 Jackie Spratt
2 Helen Campbell
3 Pam Brock
4 Penny Campbell
5 Michelle Brock
6 Nicholas Menzies
7 Rachel Spratt
8 Andrew Davies (C)
Rung to wish the Rector, Rev J Kohler, a speedy recovery following heart surgery.
In memorium HRH Princess Margaret.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Sunday, 10 February 2002 (41–1–0 in C)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Ruth Stokes
2 Anne Haskard
3 Deryn Griffiths
4 Brian R Cox
5 Douglas Bell
6 Christopher Stokes
7 Matthew Sorell (C)
8 Peter Harrison
Rung to celebrate the life of Princess Margaret.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
RC Cathedral Church of St Francis Xavier
Sunday, 10 February 2002 in 44m (8–3–18 in A♭)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Douglas Bell
2 Philippa Lamphee
3 Matthew Sorell
4 Peter Harrison (C)
5 Vin Piscino
6 Peter Wright
Rung to farewell Fr Maurice Shinnick as administrator of St Francis Xavier Cathedral.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia
All Saints
Wednesday, 13 February 2002 (10–0–4 in G)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Annette Snars
2 Bill Perrins (C)
3 Tim Denham
4 Jackie Spratt
5 Gordon Connon
6 Richard Dean
7 John H Fryer
8 Peter Parker
First quarter peal of triples - 3.
Rung to mark the 80th birthday of Richard Dean.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Mandurah, Western Australia
Christ's Church
Saturday, 16 February 2002 (7–0–21 in A)
1260 Plain Minor (2m)
(2 methods: Double Court, Plain Bob.)
1 Christopher Goodwin
2 Joy Burrows
3 Pat Lubbock
4 Zoe Goodwin
5 Roger Lubbock (C)
6 Ron Chapman
First quarter peal with Double Court - 1, 2, 3 & 4.
The ringers of 1,2,3,4 & 5 wish the quarter to mark the passing of Her Royal Highness The Princess Margaret.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand
St Peter's Cathedral
Saturday, 16 February 2002 (20–2–6 in E)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Peter Houghton
2 Pam McAdam
3 John Neale
4 Quintin Burslem
5 David McAdam
6 David Kennett (C)
Rung half-muffled to commemorate the life of Her Royal Highness Princess Margaret.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
RC Cathedral Church of St Francis Xavier
Saturday, 16 February 2002 in 44m (8–3–18 in A♭)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Douglas Bell
2 Stephanie Harrington
3 Philippa Lamphee
4 Matthew May
5 Peter Harrison (C)
6 Anne Haskard
Rung to welcome Fr David Cappo as Administrator, and Fr Lew Wray as Assistant Administrator of the Cathedral.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
RC Cathedral Church of St Mary
Monday, 18 February 2002 in 2h 51 (14–3–8 in F♯)
5088 Pudsey Surprise Major
Composed by N J Pitstow
1 Mark W Palmer
2 H Gordon Connon
3 John R Sibbald
4 Katherine M Downs
5 John H Fryer
6 David C Bath
7 David F Moore
8 James A D Woolford (C)
To welcome Carolyn Joann Clere as grandchild of 3 born 12/2/02.
(RW 4743.0291)
Ringing World page reference: 4743.0291

Australian & New Zealand Association
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
St Paul's Cathedral
Tuesday, 19 February 2002 in 46m (10–0–24 in G♯)
1260 Stedman Doubles
1 Helen Pettet
2 Piers Jalandoni
3 Andrew Chin
4 Margaret Callinan Pearce
5 Anthony Parry (C)
6 Vincent Hunt
First quarter peal in method: 2 and 4.
Rung to mark the 50th anniversary of the accession to the throne of Queen Elizabeth II.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Claremont, Western Australia
Christ Church
Wednesday, 20 February 2002 in 35m (6–1–21 in B♭)
1260 Doubles (5m)
(5 methods: Stedman, Grandsire, Reverse Canterbury Pleasure Place, St Simon's, Plain Bob.)
1 Laura Ivey
2 Vicki Hodgkin
3 Mary Townsend (C)
4 Michael Bryant
5 Laura Davies
6 Deborah Hay
In anticipation of 20-02 on 20/02/2002. Here's to the band coming back to ring for the palindromic date in 11 years time!

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Saturday, 23 February 2002 in 46m (14–1–8 in F♯)
1280 Cambridge Surprise Major
1 Josclyn Sloan
2 Laura Davies
3 Mary Townsend
4 Catherine White
5 Michael Bryant
6 Michael Stone
7 Bert Woolven
8 Eric White (C)
To celebrate the birth of Hadyn Tyler on 7 February 2002, son of Leighton and Kathy.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
Old St Paul's
Sunday, 24 February 2002 (3–3–25 in E♭)
1260 Doubles (4m)
(4 methods: 60 Stedman, 360 Reverse Canterbury Pleasure Place, 360 Grandsire, 480 Plain Bob.)
1 Terry Barrett
2 Frank Marton
3 Richard Warwick
4 Margaret Marton
5 Christopher Jarman (C)
Rung on the occasion of the visit to Wellington of Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II, and in celebration of her Golden Jubilee.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
Cathedral Church of St Paul
Sunday, 24 February 2002 (8–1–19 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Ruth Lightbourne
2 Terry Barrett
3 Daniel Richards
4 Peter Whiting
5 Christopher Jarman
6 Gerald McIlhone (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Sunday, 24 February 2002 in 50m (29–0–14 in C♯)
1320 Plain Bob Maximus
1 Graeme W Heyes
2 Mary Townsend
3 Vicki Hodgkin
4 Catherine White
5 Deb Hay
6 Laura Davies
7 Eric White (C)
8 Michael Bryant
9 Josclyn Sloan
10 Bert Woolven
11 John Hallett
12 Michael Stone
First Maximus: 5. First Maximus in method: 2,3,4,6,7,8,9.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 24 February 2002 in 39m (11–0–18 in G)
1250 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 Eric White
2 Roger Lubbock (C)
3 Jean Hallett
4 Laura Davies
5 Mary Townsend
6 Michael Bryant
7 John Hallett
8 Michael Stone
Rung for our overseas visitors.
[This is only recorded in the Tower Log Book/ Quarter Peals.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Mandurah, Western Australia
Christ's Church
Sunday, 24 February 2002 (7–0–21 in A)
1250 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 Eric White
2 Roger Lubbock (C)
3 Jean Hallett
4 Laura Davies
5 Mary Townsend
6 Michael Bryant
7 John Hallett
8 Michael Stone
Rung for the visit to Western Australia of John and Jean Hallett and Michael's Bryant and Stone.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Burwood, New South Wales, Australia
St Paul's
Sunday, 24 February 2002 in 44m (11–0–8 in G)
1344 Rutland Surprise Major
1 Kay Alonzo
2 Jackie Spratt
3 Andrew Davies
4 Pam Brock
5 Rachel Spratt
6 Helen Campbell
7 Esther Perrins
8 Katherine Downs (C)
In Memorium Sir Roden Cutler V.C.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
RC Cathedral Church of St Francis Xavier
Sunday, 24 February 2002 in 40m (8–3–18 in A♭)
1250 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Douglas Bell
2 Ruth Stokes
3 Deryn Griffiths
4 Peter Harrison
5 Rodney Stevenson
6 Christopher Stokes (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Claremont, Western Australia
Christ Church
Wednesday, 27 February 2002 in 38m (6–1–21 in B♭)
1260 Doubles (3m)
(2m: Not Given, Not Known.)
1 Susan Gillett
2 Laura Ivey
3 Sue Biddles
4 Mary Townsend
5 Michael Bryant (C)
6 John Townsend
Rung to celebrate the birth on the 20/02/2002 of Apostolos Max, son of Con and Felicity Zempilas.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Saturday, 2 March 2002 (5–2–25 in B)
1260 Doubles (3m)
(3m: Not Given, Not Known)
1 Laura Ivey
2 Josclyn Sloan
3 Laura Davies
4 Deborah Hay
5 Michael Bryant (C)
6 Peter Hay
First Quarter Peal - 6.
Rung for Ordination Service.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
RC Cathedral Church of St Francis Xavier
Saturday, 2 March 2002 in 42m (8–3–18 in A♭)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Stephanie Harrington
2 Philippa Lamphee
3 Matthew May
4 Deryn Griffiths
5 Rodney Stevenson
6 Peter Harrison (C)
First of Minor in a tower - 3.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Monday, 4 March 2002 in 50m (29–0–14 in C♯)
1316 Grandsire Triples
1 David Knewstub
2 Deborah Hay
3 Laura Davies
4 Catherine White
5 Mary Townsend
6 Tony Murray Feist
7 Bert Woolven (C)
8 Eric White
Rung for Labour Day

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Thursday, 7 March 2002 in 40m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Laura Ivey
2 Vicki Hodgkin
3 Tony Murray Feist
4 Laura Davies
5 Mary Townsend
6 Bert Woolven (C)
The 650th quarter peal on the restored bells for 1.
Rung before a special service to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the ordination of the first women priests in Australia.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Sunday, 10 March 2002 in 48m (29–0–14 in C♯)
1260 Stedman Triples
1 Tony Murray Feist
2 Josclyn Sloan
3 Catherine White
4 Laura Davies
5 Vicki Hodgkin
6 Bert Woolven
7 Eric White (C)
8 Rhys Greenhalgh
First of Stedman on the bells. First of Stedman Triples for 5.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 10 March 2002 in 40m (11–0–18 in G)
1296 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Laura Ivey
2 Josclyn Sloan
3 Laura Davies
4 Catherine White
5 Bert Woolven
6 Eric White (C)
First quarter peal in method - 2.
Rung for Commonwealth Day service.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 13 March 2002 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1260 Stedman Triples
1 Enid L Roberts
2 Kirsten Crosby
3 Rachel Spratt
4 Gordon Connon
5 James Woolford
6 Kathi Downs
7 Christian Peckham (C)
8 Neil Crosby
Rung in memory of Neil (1913 - 2001) and Edith Crosby (1912 - 2002).
[LTQP].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Burwood, New South Wales, Australia
St Paul's
Sunday, 17 March 2002 in 43m (11–0–8 in G)
1344 Superlative Surprise Major
1 Robert Walters
2 Hannah Campbell
3 Helen Campbell
4 Rachel Spratt
5 Pam Brock
6 Katherine Downs (C)
7 Christian Peckham
8 David Bath
Rung for St Patrick's Day.
First quarter peal in method - 2 & 3.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
RC Cathedral Church of St Mary
Tuesday, 19 March 2002 in 3h 11 (14–3–8 in F♯)
5152 Yorkshire Surprise Major
Composed by C P Starbuck
1 Elizabeth M Hill
2 B Enid L Roberts
3 Katherine M Downs
4 John R Sibbald
5 H Gordon Connon
6 James A D Woolford
7 Thomas W Goodyer (C)
8 David P Hilling
On the feast of St Joseph, and to celebrate the conductor's 75th birthday (20/3)
(RW 4746.0363)
Ringing World page reference: 4746.0363

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 20 March 2002 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Cambridge Surprise Major
1 Elizabeth Andrews
2 Margaret E Goodyer
3 Basil E Potts
4 Thomas W Goodyer
5 Andrew Goodyer
6 Christian Peckham
7 Gordon Connmon
8 James Woolford (C)
Rung on the day, to celebrate Thomas W Goodyer's 75th birthday.
[LTQP.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
RC Cathedral Church of St Francis Xavier
Saturday, 23 March 2002 in 51m (28–2–1 in D♭)
1280 Yorkshire Surprise Major
View composition
1 Matthew May
2 Deryn Griffiths
3 Anne Haskard
4 Ian Harris
5 Brian R Cox
6 David J Bleby
7 Matthew Sorell
8 Peter Harrison (C)
100th Quarter Pea for the tower.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 24 March 2002 in 38m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Doubles (2m)
(2m: Not Given, Not Known).
1 Laura Davies
2 Devena Haggis
3 Josclyn Sloan
4 Bert Woolven
5 Eric White (C)
6 David Knewstub
Rung to celebrate the marriage of Devena's friends Joanne Jakovich and Kotu Arai at St Michael the Archangel, Leederville, today.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 31 March 2002 in 38m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Helen Silver
2 Chris Cater
3 Vicki Hodgkin
4 Laura Davies (C)
5 Josclyn Sloan
6 David Knewstub
Rung after early morning Confirmation on Easter Day.
[1 of 3 on Day.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 31 March 2002 in 43m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Mary Townsend
2 Pat Lubbock
3 Catherine White
4 Christopher Goodwin
5 Laura Davies
6 Zoe Goodwin
7 Roger Lubbock (C)
8 Laith R Reynolds
Rung half-muffled on Easter Day, in thanksgiving for the life of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
[2 of 3 on Day.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 31 March 2002 (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Mary Townsend
2 Pat Lubbock
3 Catherine White
4 Christopher Goodwin
5 Laura Davies
6 Zoe Goodwin
7 Roger Lubbock (C)
8 Laith R Reynolds
Rung half-muffled on Easter Day, in thanksgiving for the life of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
[3 of 3 on Day.].
NB. THIS QUARTER RECORD LOOKS VERY SUSPICIOUS .... the 1260 Plain Bob Triples Quarter with the same ringers and footnotes on the same day... This is not recorded in the Tower Log, "only Published in Ringing Towers as such Vol 55 # 3. Page 9".
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COULD BE A DUPLICATION....except for the method rung.!?**

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
RC Cathedral Church of St Francis Xavier
Sunday, 31 March 2002 in 43m (8–3–18 in A♭)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Borgia Asirvadham
2 Audrey Bridgewater
3 Philippa Lamphee
4 Anne Haskard
5 Rodney Stevenson
6 Peter Harrison (C)
First quarter peal of Minor - 2.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Claremont, Western Australia
Christ Church
Monday, 1 April 2002 in 39m (6–1–21 in B♭)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Rosella Daubney
2 Laura Davies
3 Mary Townsend (C)
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 Josclyn Sloan
6 John Townsend
Rung half-muffled in thanksgiving for and in celebration of the life of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Monday, 1 April 2002 (41–1–0 in C)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Stephanie Harrington
2 Anne Haskard
3 Deryn Griffiths
4 Michelle Sorell
5 Brian R Cox
6 Ian Harris
7 Matthew Sorell (C)
8 Peter Harrison
150th QP: 8.
Rung half-muffled as a tribute to the life of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother who passed away on 30th March aged 101.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
Cathedral Church of St Paul
Tuesday, 2 April 2002 in 41m (10–1–8 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Pleasance Purser
2 Ruth Lightbourne
3 Terry Barrett
4 Gerald McIlhone
5 Christopher Jarman (C)
6 Alex Lindsay
1st quarter inside - 2.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 3 April 2002 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 Margaret E Goodyer
2 Jackie Spratt
3 Enid L Roberts
4 John Hallett
5 Thomas W Goodyer
6 Paul Dye
7 James Woolford
8 John H Fryer (C)
Rung in memoriam Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
RC Cathedral Church of St Mary
Friday, 5 April 2002 in 3h 22 (34–1–3 in C♯)
5007 Stedman Caters
Composed by A Hudson
1 Katherine M Downs
2 B Enid L Roberts
3 Rachel A Spratt
4 Rachael L Eagle
5 Thomas W Goodyer
6 John H Fryer
7 Christian M Peckham (C)
8 David C Bath
9 James A D Woolford
10 John R Sibbald
To celebrate the life of HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother.
(RW 4751.0480)
Ringing World page reference: 4751.0480

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Sunday, 7 April 2002 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1250 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 Paul Doyle
2 Penny Wyatt
3 Pam Brock
4 David Bath
5 Richard Thomas
6 Mark Palmer
7 Kathi Downs
8 John Sibbald (C)
Rung to mark the Visit of the Relics of St Thomas of Lisieux (The Little Flower.).

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Sunday, 7 April 2002 in 52m (29–0–14 in C♯)
1296 Plain Bob Caters
1 Rhys Greenhalgh
2 Pat Lubbock
3 Mary Townsend
4 Tony Murray Feist
5 Deborah Hay
6 Vicki Hodgkin
7 Eric White (C)
8 Bert Woolven
9 Roger Lubbock
10 Josclyn Sloan
In thanksgiving for and in celebration of the life of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. Rung Half Muffled.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 7 April 2002 in 39m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Helen Silver
2 Josclyn Sloan
3 Mary Townsend
4 Philip M J Gray
5 Eric White
6 Bert Woolven (C)
Rung half-muffled in thanksgiving for and in celebration of the life of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Monday, 8 April 2002 (29–0–14 in C♯)
1287 Stedman Caters
1 Mary Townsend
2 Catherine White
3 Laura Davies
4 Gail Cater
5 Jeffrey Kershaw
6 David Harris
7 David Hird (C)
8 Bert Woolven
9 Eric White
10 Robert Cater
In thanksgiving for the life of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.

Australian & New Zealand Association
York, Western Australia
Holy Trinity
Tuesday, 9 April 2002 (4–2–16 in D)
1250 Cambridge Surprise Major
1 Gail Carter
2 Helen Rigby
3 Betty Daysh
4 Donald Bateman
5 Bernard Ongley
6 Jeffrey Kershaw
7 Robert Carter
8 David Hird (C)
Rung in memory of Her Majesty The Queen Mother, on the day of her funeral.
[Published in Ringing World # 4755. Page 603.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Tuesday, 9 April 2002 in 1h 38 (18–2–21 in E)
2624 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 Gordon Connon (C)
2 Paul Dye
3 Richard Thomas
4 Enid L Roberts
5 Katherine Downs
6 John Sibbald
7 Christian Peckham
8 James Woolford
Rung half muffled in memoriam HM Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
First half peal - 3.
HALF PEAL.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Tuesday, 9 April 2002 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1265 Stedman Triples
1 John H Fryer (C)
2 Katherine Downs
3 Graham Harman
4 Enid L Roberts
5 Pam Brock
6 Christian Peckham
7 Gordon Connon
8 Jim Carter
Rung half muffled for HM Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Tuesday, 9 April 2002 in 54m (29–0–14 in C♯)
1320 Plain Bob Maximus
1 Laura Davies
2 Gail Cater
3 Helen Rigby
4 Catherine White
5 Vicki Hodgkin
6 Roy Tomlin
7 Richard Wilson
8 Anthony Osborn
9 Eric White
10 Jeffrey Kershaw
11 Robert Cater
12 David Hird (C)
Half Muffled.
Rung during the funeral of Her Majesty The Queen Mother.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Tuesday, 9 April 2002 in 39m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Doubles (2m)
(2m: Not Given, Not Known.)
1 David Knewstub
2 Sue Biddles
3 Mary Townsend
4 Laura Davies
5 Bert Woolven (C)
6 John Townsend
Rung half-muffled before the memorial service for Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Papanui, Canterbury, New Zealand
St Paul's
Tuesday, 9 April 2002 in 46m (6–0–26 in A♯)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Patricia Reeve
2 Revd'd David Pickering
3 Robbie Richards
4 Northleigh F E Reeve
5 Ray H Idle (C)
6 Lindsay Trott
Rung half-muffled in memory of the life of Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, laid to rest this day at Windsor Castle, England.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Mandurah, Western Australia
Christ's Church
Tuesday, 9 April 2002 in 43m (7–0–21 in A)
1296 Little Bob Major
1 Christopher Goodwin
2 Joy Burrows
3 Deborah Hay
4 Zoe Goodwin
5 Pat Lubbock
6 Colin Taylor
7 Adam Beer
8 Roger Lubbock (C)
Rung open in celebration of the life of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, on the day of her funeral.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Tuesday, 9 April 2002 (7–0–7 in B♭)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Lois Beaton
2 Carol Quinn
3 John Hadfield
4 Emma Hadfield
5 Simon McMillan (C)
6 John Hadfield
Rung half-muffled in memory of the Queen Mother.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
St Paul's Cathedral
Wednesday, 10 April 2002 (10–0–24 in G♯)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Graeme W Heyes
2 Annette Ryan
3 Jeffery Green
4 Helen Pettet
5 Alison Laing
6 Bill Cook
7 Andrew Chin (C)
8 Ian Willing
First quarter peal on eight (8 bells) - 8.
Rung to celebrate the life of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Mandurah, Western Australia
Christ's Church
Wednesday, 10 April 2002 (7–0–21 in A)
1250 Lincolnshire Surprise Major
1 Jeffrey Kershaw
2 Betty Daysh
3 Helen Rigby
4 Peter Barker
5 Howard Collings
6 Anthony Osborne
7 David Harris
8 David Hird (C)
[Ringing World # 4755. Page 603.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Thursday, 11 April 2002 in 45m (7–1–3 in C♯)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Ven Michael Harford
2 Eric White
3 Deborah Hay
4 Joy Burrows
5 Laura Davies
6 David Knewstub
7 Bert Woolven (C)
8 John Townsend
Rung on World Parkinson's Day.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
Cathedral Church of St Paul
Saturday, 13 April 2002 in 43m (10–1–8 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Alex Lindsay
2 Ruth Lightbourne
3 Daniel Richards
4 Gerald McIlhone
5 Christopher Jarman (C)
6 James Cone
Rung half-muffled.
First quarter peal on a changing bell - 1.
A tribute to the life and work of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother.
[RW # 4751. Page 504.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Mosman Park, Western Australia
St Hilda's of Whitby School Chapel
Saturday, 13 April 2002 in 42m (4–0–22 in D)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Sue Biddles
2 Mary Townsend
3 Laura Davies
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 Josclyn Sloan
6 Colin Taylor
7 Adam Beer (C)
8 John Townsend
First quarter peal as conductor in Southern Hemisphere.
Rung to celebrate the birth on 11th March of Harry Shaun Sugar, grandson of 1.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
RC Cathedral Church of St Francis Xavier
Saturday, 13 April 2002 (28–2–1 in D♭)
1320 Little Bob Maximus
1 Helen Rigby
2 Gail Cater
3 Deryn Griffiths
4 Philip M J Gray
5 Robert Cater
6 Howard Collings
7 Antony Osborne
8 Anne Haskard
9 Richard C Wilson
10 David Harris
11 Jeffrey Kershaw
12 David Hird (C)
Caters Tour Quarter

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 14 April 2002 in 38m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 David Knewstub
2 Mary Townsend
3 Eric White
4 Laura Davies
5 Josclyn Sloan
6 Bert Woolven (C)
Rung for Evensong.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Burwood, New South Wales, Australia
St Paul's
Sunday, 14 April 2002 (11–0–8 in G)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Pam Brock
2 Michelle Brock
3 Prisca Tremeer
4 Kay Alonzo
5 Jackie Spratt
6 Katherine Downs
7 Andrew Davies (C)
8 Michael Lorber
First quarter peal together for since 1966 - 3 and 4.
Rung in memorium Her Royal Highness, The Queen Mother.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Sunday, 14 April 2002 (41–1–0 in C)
1250 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 Donald Bateman
2 Helen Rigby
3 Gail Carter
4 Anthony Osborne
5 Jeffrey Kershaw
6 David Harris
7 David J Bleby
8 David Hird (C)
[Ringing World # 4755, Page 603.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 17 April 2002 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1265 Stedman Triples
1 John H Fryer (C)
2 Elizabeth Hill
3 Gordon Connon
4 Katherine Downs
5 Enid L Roberts
6 Paul Dye
7 James Woolford
8 John Sibbald
Rung half-muffled for Monsignor Lex Johnson, former Dean of this Cathedral.
"Known & loved by thousands. A man without an enemy. A man for all seasons. Requiescat in Pace."

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 17 April 2002 (34–1–3 in C♯)
1287 Stedman Caters
1 John H Fryer (C)
2 Jackie Spratt
3 Enid L Roberts
4 Graham Harman
5 Thomas W Goodyer
6 Elizabeth Hill
7 Gordon Connon
8 Andrew Goodyer
9 James Woolford
10 Paul Dye
Rung half-muffled for Monsignor Lex Johnson, former Dean of this Cathedral.
"Known & loved by thousands. A man without an enemy. A man for all seasons. Requiescat in Pace."

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Holy Trinity
Wednesday, 17 April 2002 (9–0–10 in G)
1250 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 Roy Tomlin
2 Robert Carter
3 Betty Daysh
4 Gail Carter
5 Bernard Ongley
6 David Harris
7 Jeffrey Kershaw (C)
8 Richard Wilson
[Ringing World # 475. Page 603.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Rockingham, Western Australia
Civic Centre
Saturday, 20 April 2002 in 35m (3–0–19 in F)
1320 Beverley Surprise Minor
1 Christopher Goodwin
2 Deborah Hay
3 Zoe Goodwin
4 Pat Lubbock
5 Ron Chapman
6 Roger Lubbock (C)
Rung for Ron's birthday, 19/04/2002.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Claremont, Western Australia
Christ Church
Saturday, 20 April 2002 in 38m (6–1–21 in B♭)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Christine Jenkins
2 Mary Townsend (C)
3 Laura Davies
4 Colin Taylor
5 Adam Beer
6 John Townsend
First quarter peal - 1.
Rung to mark Adam & Colin's visit to WA.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 21 April 2002 (18–2–21 in E)
1280 Lincolnshire Surprise Major
1 Keren Terpstra
2 Mark Palmer
3 Elizabeth Hill
4 Richard Thomas
5 Gordon Connon
6 Frank Anderton
7 Katherine Downs (C)
8 John Sibbald
First quarter peal of treble bob major - 1.
First quarter peal in Southern Hemisphere - 6.
Rung for Evening Service.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
The Swan Bells
Sunday, 21 April 2002 in 48m (29–0–14 in C♯)
1260 Grandsire Caters
Composed by A J Beer
1 Pat Lubbock
2 Roger Lubbock
3 Mary Townsend
4 Laura Davies
5 Deborah Hay
6 Zoe Goodwin
7 Tony Murray Feist
8 Colin Taylor
9 Adam Beer (C)
10 Josclyn Sloan
Rung for the 76th birthday today, of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 21 April 2002 in 42m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Grandsire Triples
Composed by J J Parker
1 Josclyn Sloan
2 Mary Townsend
3 Deborah Hay
4 Colin Taylor
5 Laura Davies
6 Vicki Hodgkin
7 Adam Beer (C)
8 Peter Hay
First quarter peal on eight bells - 8.
Rung for Evensong.

Australian & New Zealand Association
West Heidelberg, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
St Pius X
Thursday, 25 April 2002 (5–3–27 in C)
1440 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Liz Bigelow
2 Robyn Reed
3 Brian Reed
4 Sheila Charles
5 Andrew Chin (C)
6 John Bigelow
First quarter peal of treble hunting - 1.
Rung half muffled in memory of of the ANZAC's who bravely fought and died for us in battle.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Papanui, Canterbury, New Zealand
St Paul's
Thursday, 25 April 2002 (6–0–26 in A♯)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Rod Shaw
2 Northleigh F E Reeve
3 Revd'd David Pickering
4 Ray H Idle
5 Robbie Richards (C)
6 Lindsay Trott
Rung half muffled for ANZAC Day, and to celebrate the re-dedication of the memorial to Captain Charles Upton, VC and BAR. "LEST WE FORGET".

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Sunday, 28 April 2002 (7–0–7 in B♭)
1260 April Day Doubles
1 Lois Beaton
2 Allison McMillan
3 Simon McMillan
4 Emma Hadfield
5 Carol Quinn (C)
6 Murray Woolnough
First quarter peal of April Day for all the band.

Australian & New Zealand Association
West Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia
St Pius X
Saturday, 4 May 2002 (5–3–27 in C)
1440 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Sam Batty
2 Helen Pettet
3 Angela Chin
4 David Pettet (C)
5 Marian Batty
6 Andrew Chin
First quarter peal and to Celebrate turning 13 years - 1.
First quarter peal as conductor and to celebrate turning 18 years - 4.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 5 May 2002 (18–2–21 in E)
1344 Plain Bob Triples
1 Keren Terpstra
2 Katherine Downs
3 Maggi Fisher
4 June Catchpoole
5 Richard Thomas
6 Hannah Campbell
7 John Sibbald (C)
8 Neil Crosby
First quarter peal of triples - 3.
Rung for Evening Service.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Claremont, Western Australia
Christ Church
Wednesday, 8 May 2002 (6–1–21 in B♭)
1260 Doubles (2m)
(2m: Not Given, Not Known.)
1 Susan Gillett
2 Sue Biddles
3 Laura Davies
4 Mary Townsend
5 Eric White (C)
6 John Townsend
Rung in memory of Gordon Halls who died 27th April, 2002. Rung to celebrate his life and contribution to bellringing world wide.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Sunday, 12 May 2002 in 46m (14–1–8 in F♯)
1287 Plain Bob Royal
1 Rhys Greenhalgh
2 Vicki Hodgkin
3 Laura Davies
4 Mary Townsend
5 Pat Lubbock
6 Josclyn Sloan
7 Eric White (C)
8 Deborah Hay
9 Tony Murray Feist
10 Roger Lubbock
Rung to celebrate Tony's 50th birthday today.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 12 May 2002 in 41m (11–0–18 in G)
1296 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Josclyn Sloan
2 Vicki Hodgkin
3 Laura Davies
4 Deborah Hay
5 Mary Townsend
6 Eric White (C)
First quarter peal in method - 2.
Rung for Mothers' Day.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Claremont, Western Australia
Christ Church
Monday, 13 May 2002 in 38m (6–1–21 in B♭)
1260 Doubles (3m)
(3 methods: 60 Stedman, 720 Grandsire, 480 Plain Bob.)
1 Susan Gillett
2 Laura Davies
3 Sue Biddles
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 Mary Townsend (C)
6 John Townsend
Rung in thanksgiving for and the celebrating the life of Geoff Wimpenny, very dear friend of 5 and 6, whose funeral is being held in the UK today.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 15 May 2002 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1260 Stedman Triples
1 Paul Dye
2 Catherine White
3 Kathi Downs
4 Enid L Roberts
5 Christian Peckham
6 John H Fryer (C)
7 Chris Torrens
8 James Woolford
Rung as a 60th birthday compliment to - 8.
[LTQP.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Tuesday, 21 May 2002 in 2h 52 (18–2–21 in E)
5184 The Inimitable Gordon Halls Delight Major
Composed by Arr: J E Heaton
1 H Gordon Connon
2 Katherine M Downs
3 Elizabeth M Hill
4 John R Sibbald
5 Paul J Dye
6 John H Fryer
7 Christian M Peckham (C)
8 James A D Woolford
An affectionate tribute to Gordon Halls.
Ringing World page reference: 4764.0843

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 22 May 2002 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Pudsey Surprise Major
1 James Woolfor (C)
2 Enid L Roberts
3 Graham Harman
4 John H Fryer
5 Gordon Connon
6 Thomas W Goodyer
7 Paul Dye
8 Christian Peckham
Rung to celebrate the life and service of Sir John Gray Gordon, GCMG, AC, CH, Prime Minster of Australia, 1968 - 1971.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Cathedral
Friday, 24 May 2002 in 2h 48 (11cwt)
5040 Cambridge Surprise Minor
Composed by Traditional
1 M Elaine Lee
2 Katherine M Downs
3 B Enid L Roberts
4 Paul J Dye
5 Thomas W Goodyer
6 John R Sibbald (C)
To celebrate the life of Alec Campbell, the last Gallipoli ANZAC, rung on the patronal feast of St Mary's Cathedral.
Ringing World page reference: 4755.0595

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 29 May 2002 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Southern Cross Surprise Major
1 Margaret E Goodyer
2 Katherine Downs
3 Enid L Roberts
4 Graham Harman
5 Gordon Connon
6 John H Fryer
7 Thomas W Goodyer (C)
8 Christian Peckham
[LTQP].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Marys Cathedral
Friday, 31 May 2002 in 3h 9 (14–3–8)
5120 Southern Cross Surprise Major
Composed by Tom Goodyer
1 John R Sibbald
2 James A D Woolford
3 David C Bath
4 B Enid L Roberts
5 Katherine M Downs
6 John H Fryer
7 Thomas W Goodyer (C)
8 Christian M Peckham
Rung for the Golden Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth.
Ringing World page reference: 4757.0642

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Sunday, 2 June 2002 in 47m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Peter Seers
2 Elizabeth Andrews
3 Richard Thomas (C)
4 Enid L Roberts
5 John Sibbald
6 Katherine Downs
7 Christian Peckham
8 Paul Doyle
Rung for the Golden Jubilee of HM Queen Elizabeth II, rung on the Feast of Corpus Christi.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 2 June 2002 in 37m (5–2–25 in B)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Helen Silver
2 Laura Ivey
3 Vicki Hodgkin
4 Bert Woolven
5 Josclyn Sloan (C)
6 Henry Attfield
First quarter peal as conductor - 5.
Rung for the Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's Jubilee.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand
St Peter's Cathedral
Sunday, 2 June 2002 in 41m (11–1–2 in G♯)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Peter Houghton
2 Pam McAdam
3 David McAdam
4 Valerie Stone
5 Quintin Burslem
6 David Kennett (C)
[Rung on the front six].
Run for the Golden Jubilee of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Monday, 3 June 2002 in 43m (11–2–11 in G♯)
1296 Minor (3m)
(3 methods: 576 Cambridge Surprise, 360 Plain Bob, 360 St Clement's College Bob.)
1 Laura Ivey
2 Josclyn Sloan
3 Vicki Hodgkin
4 Tony Murray Feist
5 Bert Woolven
6 Eric White (C)
Rung for Proclamation Day in Western Australia today, 2002.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Tuesday, 4 June 2002 in 1h 40 (18–2–21 in E)
2624 Elizabeth II Jubilee Surprise Major
1 Mark Palmer
2 Richard Thomas
3 Gordon Connon
4 Enid L Roberts
5 Katherine Downs
6 John Sibbald
7 David Bath
8 Christian Peckham (C)
For the Golden Jubilee of HM Queen Elizabeth II.
First blows in the method for all the band.
HALF PEAL.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 9 June 2002 in 39m (5–2–25 in B)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Sally Simmonds
2 Laura Ivey
3 Mary Townsend (C)
4 Helen Silver
5 Josclyn Sloan
6 Bert Woolven
First quarter peal - 1.
Rung for Evensong.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Turramurra, New South Wales, Australia
St James'
Monday, 10 June 2002 (9–3–9 in A♭)
1296 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Judith Nolan (ne'e Goodyer)
2 Margarte E Goodyer
3 Rachael Houston (ne'e Goodyer)
4 Paul Dye
5 Andrew Goodyer
6 Thomas W Goodyer (C)
Rung to welcome Ellen Houston and Nicholas Goodyer, new arrivals in the Goodyer family.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Christ Church St Laurence
Saturday, 15 June 2002 (10–3–8 in G)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Rachel Spratt
2 Pam Brock
3 Margaret E Goodyer
4 Elizabeth Hill
5 Richard Thomas
6 John Hadfield
7 Basil E Potts (C)
8 John Doyle

Australian & New Zealand Association
Darling Point, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mark's
Saturday, 15 June 2002 (8–1–26 in A)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Owen Woolford
2 Thomas W Goodyer
3 Margaret E Goodyer
4 Enid L Roberts
5 Bryan Cutts
6 John Hadfield
7 Basil E Potts (C)
8 John Doyle
First quarter peal of triples inside - 6.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 16 June 2002 in 43m (11–0–18 in G)
1280 Plain Bob Major
1 Tony Murray Feist
2 Eric White
3 Laura Ivey
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 Josclyn Sloan
6 Mary Townsend
7 Glyn Geen
8 Bert Woolven (C)
Rung to celebrate the baptism today of Kelsea Nicola Skinner, god daughter of 5.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 23 June 2002 in 47m (10–0–1 in G♯)
1320 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Paul Doyle
2 Christian Peckham
3 Elizabeth Hill
4 John Sibbald
5 Walter G Knight
6 Richard Thomas (C)
For the June Gift.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 23 June 2002 in 36m (5–2–25 in B)
1260 Doubles (2m)
(2m: Not Given, Not Known.)
1 Ann-Maree Jennings
2 Laura Ivey
3 Mary Townsend (C)
4 Josclyn Sloan
5 Bert Woolven
6 Glyn Geen
First quarter peal - 1.
Rung for Evensong.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Sunday, 30 June 2002 in 44m (7–1–3 in C♯)
1282 Cambridge Surprise Major
1 Vicki Hodgkin
2 Josclyn Sloan
3 Michael Worthington
4 Jeremy Worthington
5 Mary Townsend
6 Tony Murray Feist
7 Bert Woolven
8 Roger Lubbock (C)
Rung for the visit of Mike and Jeremy Worthington.
First touch in method - 2.
First quarter peal in method - 6.
First quarter peal in Australia - 4.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 30 June 2002 in 43m (11–0–18 in G)
1280 St Clement's College Bob Major
1 Zoe Goodwin
2 Pat Lubbock
3 Deborah Hay
4 Josclyn Sloan
5 Michael Worthington
6 Jeremy Worthington
7 Bert Woolven
8 Roger Lubbock (C)
First quarter peal in Australia - 6.
First quarter peal in method for all (except the conductor).
Rung for Evensong.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Sunday, 30 June 2002 (7–0–7 in B♭)
1320 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Lois Beaton
2 Allison McMillan
3 Simon McMillan
4 Emma Hadfield
5 John Hadfield (C)
6 Kim Quinn
First quarter peal as conductor - 5.
Rung for St Peter's Day.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Yass, New South Wales, Australia
St Clement's
Saturday, 6 July 2002 (6–1–13 in B♭)
1440 Surprise Minor (2m)
(2 methods: 720 Beverley and 720 Cambridge.)
1 Helen Campbell
2 Jackie Spratt
3 Robert Walters
4 Pam Brock
5 Andrew Davies
6 Kathi Downs (C)
(St Paul's, Burwood - Southern Highlands Weekend Outing.).

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Andrew's Cathedral
Sunday, 7 July 2002 (29–0–4 in C♯)
1282 Lincolnshire Surprise Royal
1 Paul Dye
2 Elizabeth Hill
3 Graham Harman
4 Andrew Goodyer
5 Thomas W Goodyer
6 John Sibald
7 James Woolford
8 Ronald Shepherd
9 Bill Perrins
10 Christian Peckham (C)
First quarter peal in method - 2 & 6.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 14 July 2002 in 35m (5–2–25 in B)
1260 Doubles (2m)
(2m: Not Given, Not Known.)
1 Sally Simmonds
2 Laura Ivey
3 Josclyn Sloan
4 Tony Godber
5 Mary Townsend (C)
6 Bert Woolven
Birthday compliments to Bert Woolven and Pat Lubbock who celebrate birthday's, tomorrow, 15th July.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Sunday, 14 July 2002 (20–2–23 in E)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Borgia Asirvadham
2 Graham Rich
3 Brian R Cox
4 Jeremy Worthington
5 David J Bleby
6 Michael Worthington (C)
Rung for Evensong and for Michael and Jeremy, visiting from Sevenoaks Kent, UK.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Burwood, New South Wales, Australia
St Paul's
Saturday, 20 July 2002 in 42m (11–0–8 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Joseph McKay
2 Pam Brock
3 Penny Campbell
4 Helen Campbell
5 Andrew Davies (C)
6 Kay Alonzo
First quarter peal - 1.
Rung for the baptism of Jack Hogan.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 21 July 2002 in 38m (5–2–25 in B)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Bethan Davies
2 Laura Ivey
3 Mary Townsend (C)
4 Bert Woolven
5 Josclyn Sloan
6 David Knewstub
Rung for Evensong and to welcome back David returning from UK.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand
Christchurch Cathedral
Sunday, 21 July 2002 (10–1–0 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Michael Clayton
2 Alan Burns
3 Northleigh F E Reeve
4 Robert G T Bennett
5 Chris Oldham
6 Peter Whitehead (C)
Rung for Professor Anthony Reeve (son of 3) on his becoming an Officer of New Zealand Order of Merit for services to medical research and as a farewell to Dean John Bluck as he leaves to take up the position of Bishop of Waiapu, NZ.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Rockingham, Western Australia
Civic Centre
Monday, 22 July 2002 in 32m (3–0–19 in F)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Diane Cox
2 Joy Burrows
3 Christopher Goodwin
4 Zoe Goodwin
5 Ron Chapman (C)
6 Horace Lubbock
First Quarter Peal - 1.
60th birthday compliment - 2.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Tuesday, 23 July 2002 (18–2–21 in E)
1282 St Philip's Church Hill Surprise Major
1 Paul Dye
2 Christian Peckham (C)
3 Elizabeth Hill
4 Gordon Connon
5 Kathi Downs
6 John Sibbald
7 Thomas W Goodyer
8 Robert Walters
Rung to celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the promulgation of the parishes of St Philip's Church Hill Sydney and St John's Parramatta, New South Wales, on 23rd July 1802.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 28 July 2002 in 43m (11–0–18 in G)
1320 Minor (2m)
(2 methods: Cambridge Surprise and St Clement's College Bob.)
1 Christopher Goodwin
2 Josclyn Sloan
3 Mary Townsend
4 Eric White
5 Bert Woolven
6 Roger Lubbock (C)
Rung to celebrate The treble ringer (Chris) on receiving the Dana Weeks Memorial Award.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Kilmersdon, Somerset
St Peter and St Paul
Saturday, 3 August 2002 (21–0–0 in E♭)
1272 York Surprise Minor
1 Claire O'Mahony
2 Enid L Roberts
3 Christopher O'Mahony
4 Peter Hardwick
5 Michael Stone
6 James A Smith (C)
Rung in memory of Paul J Dye.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 4 August 2002 (18–2–21 in E)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Gordon Connon (C)
2 Adela McDonald
3 Carol Quinn
4 June Catchpoole
5 Richard Thomas
6 Katherine Downs
7 John Sibbald
8 David Killner
Rung in celebration for the life of Paul J Dye.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 4 August 2002 in 42m (5–2–25 in B)
1320 Double Court Bob Minor
1 Laura Ivey
2 Josclyn Sloan
3 Mary Townsend
4 Deborah Hay
5 Bert Woolven
6 Eric White (C)
First quarter peal in method - 2, 3 & 4.
Rung in thanksgiving for the life of Theresa Shepherd, mother of Dr John Shepherd Dean of Perth, WA.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Christ Church St Laurence
Tuesday, 6 August 2002 (10–3–8 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Evelyn Wyatt
2 Peter McEvoy
3 Penny Wyatt
4 Jim Carter
5 Basil E Potts (C)
6 John Doyle
7 Helen Whitsed
First Quarter Peal - 7.
Rung half-muffled in memory of Paul Dye.
[Rung with two (2) cover bells.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Thursday, 8 August 2002 in 43m (14–1–8 in F♯)
1280 Kent Treble Bob Major
1 Laura Ivey
2 Zoe Goodwin
3 Pat Lubbock
4 Mary Townsend
5 Eric White
6 Tony Murray Feist
7 Bert Woolven
8 Roger Lubbock (C)
Rung to impress on a group of Tour Operators the importance of including Swan Bell Tower and bells in their itineraries.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Chilcompton, Somerset
St John the Baptist
Friday, 9 August 2002 (19–1–6 in E♭)
1259 Grandsire Caters
1 B V Mountjoy (C)
2 Clare Nicolls
3 Enid L Roberts
4 Adrian Beck
5 M J Hobbs
6 B Hendry
7 Christopher O'Mahony
8 Charlotte Stone
9 Michael Stone
10 D J Purnell
Rung in memory of Paul J Dye.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Andrew's Cathedral
Saturday, 10 August 2002 in 3h 15 (29)
5021 Grandsire Caters
Composed by A Tyler
1 David C Bath
2 Katherine M Downs
3 H Gordon Connon
4 Elizabeth Hutchieson
5 Thomas W Goodyer
6 John R Sibbald
7 Christian M Peckham (C)
8 John H Fryer
9 Stuart C W Hutchieson
10 James A D Woolford
Rung in affectionate memory of Paul Dye who was to have rung in this peal.
Ringing World page reference: 4773.1063

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand
St Peter's Cathedral
Saturday, 10 August 2002 (20–2–6 in E)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 John Dunn
2 Pam McAdam
3 David McAdam
4 Quintin Burslem
5 Russell Thornley
6 Barry Cowper
7 David Kennett (C)
8 Tony Smith
[1 of 2 on Day.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand
St Peter's Cathedral
Saturday, 10 August 2002 (20–2–6 in E)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 John Dunn
2 David McAdam
3 Dennis Green
4 Andrew Donkin
5 Russell Thornley
6 Barry Cowper
7 David Kennett (C)
8 Tony Smith
Rung for the installation of the Dean Rev'd Fr Ian Hanley.
[2 of 2 on Day.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Cathedral
Sunday, 11 August 2002 in 3h 36 (34)
5055 Stedman Caters
Composed by Robert Dennis (No 20)
1 John H Fryer (C)
2 Elizabeth M Hill
3 Andrew J Goodyer
4 Katherine M Downs
5 John R Sibbald
6 H Gordon Connon
7 Christian M Peckham
8 David C Bath
9 James A D Woolford
10 Matthew Szady
Rung half muffled in memory of Paul Dye, ringer at this tower, died 1 Aug 2002.
Ringing World page reference: 4773.1063

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 11 August 2002 in 42m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Doubles (2m)
(2m: Not Given, Not Known)
1 Irene Mackenzie
2 Laura Ivey
3 Helen Silver
4 Bert Woolven
5 Mary Townsend (C)
6 Alison Evans
7 Neil Evans
8 David Knewstub
Rung to celebrate the marriage of yesterday of Stuart Bell (brother of 6) and Jodie Wood.
[Rung with Cover bells - 7,6,8.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Sunday, 11 August 2002 (7–0–7 in B♭)
1259 Grandsire Doubles
1 Lois Beaton
2 Carol Quinn
3 John Hadfield
4 Emma Hadfield
5 Simon McMillan (C)
6 Kim Quinn
Rung to celebrate the life of Paul Dye, friend and mentor of the Armidale ringers.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Burwood, New South Wales, Australia
St Paul's
Saturday, 17 August 2002 in 41m (11–0–8 in G)
1250 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 Rachel Spratt
2 Pam Brock
3 Jackie Spratt
4 Helen Campbell
5 Katherine Downs
6 Robert Walters
7 Hannah Campbell (C)
8 Andrew Davies
First quarter peal as conductor - 7.
Rung as a 21st Birthday compliment to Hannah.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 18 August 2002 (10–0–1 in G♯)
1320 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Gordon Connon
2 Adela McDonald
3 Katherine Downs
4 June Catchpoole
5 John Sibbald
6 Richard Thomas (C)
First quarter peal Surprise - 2.
Rung for the 143rd anniversary of the inception of the St Philip's Church Hill Bellringers Society's.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 18 August 2002 in 40m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Heather Mann
2 Laura Ivey
3 Pat Lubbock
4 Bert Woolven
5 Rhys Greenhalgh
6 Tim Gregory
7 Roger Lubbock (C)
8 David Knewstub
Rung as a 60th birthday (8/6/02) compliment to Tim Gregory and to celebrate the 37th anniversary of this arrival in Australia.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 25 August 2002 in 33m (5–2–25 in B)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Laura Ivey
2 Joy Burrows
3 Pat Lubbock
4 Deborah Hay
5 Roger Lubbock
6 Eric White (C)
Rung to celebrate the birth of on 14th August of Jonathan Patrick Ryan, first grandchild of Laura and Ted Ivey.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 28 August 2002 in 45m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Double Norwich Court Bob Major
1 Gordon Connon
2 Jackie Spratt
3 Margaret E Goodyer
4 Enid L Roberts
5 Christian Peckham
6 John Sibbald
7 Thomas W Goodyer (C)
8 James Woolford

Australian & New Zealand Association
Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand
Christchurch Cathedral
Friday, 30 August 2002 (10–1–0 in G)
1260 Doubles (2m)
(2 methods: Grandsire and Plain Bob.)
1 Karen Robinson
2 Northleigh F E Reeve
3 Alan Burns
4 Michael Clayton (C)
5 Robert G T Bennett
6 Dudley Berry
Rung for Colin and Pat Ward's 50th Wedding Anniversary.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 1 September 2002 in 40m (11–0–18 in G)
1296 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Laura Ivey
2 Vicki Hodgkin
3 Josclyn Sloan
4 Mary Townsend
5 Bert Woolven
6 Eric White (C)
rung to celebrate Horace Lubbock's 80th birthday and Geoff and Yvonne Sloan's silver wedding anniversary.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Sunday, 1 September 2002 (7–0–7 in B♭)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Lois Beaton
2 John Hadfield
3 Simon McMillan
4 Carol Quinn (C)
5 Geoff Milne
6 James Mort
First quarter peal in Australia - 5.
Rung for the New Guinea Martyrs of World War II.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Monday, 2 September 2002 in 49m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 James Woolford
2 Elizabeth Hill
3 Katherine Downs
4 Gordon Connon
5 Richard Thomas
6 Enid L Roberts
7 Robert Walters
8 John Sibbald (C)
Rung for the 74th Anniversary of the Dedication of the Cathedral.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Christ Church, St Laurence
Tuesday, 3 September 2002 in 46m (10–3–8 in G)
1259 Grandsire Caters
1 Basil E Potts
2 Enid L Roberts
3 Gordon Connon
4 John Sibbald
5 Richard Thomas
6 Penny Wyatt
7 Christian Peckham (C)
8 Jim Carter
9 Robert Walters
10 Katherine Downs

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 4 September 2002 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Double Norwich Court Bob Major
1 Tamsyn Matthews
2 James Woolford
3 Katherine Downs
4 Enid L Roberts
5 John Sibbald
6 Andrew Goodyer
7 John H Fryer
8 Christian Peckham (C)
First quarter peal in Australia - 1.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 8 September 2002 in 39m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Laura Ivey
2 Vicki Hodgkin
3 Josclyn Sloan
4 Mary Townsend
5 David Knewstub
6 Bert Woolven (C)
Rung before the Cathedral volunteers Songs of Praise service.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 11 September 2002 (24–2–8 in D♯)
1260 Stedman Triples
1 Margaret E Goodyer
2 Elizabeth Hill
3 Graham Harman
4 Thomas W Goodyer
5 John Sibbald
6 John H Fryer (C)
7 Christian Peckham
8 Gordon Connon
Rung for the Ceremony of Remembrance. (Of terrorism in Washington and New York USA, 12 months ago.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Andrew's Cathedral
Sunday, 15 September 2002 in 45m (9–3–0 in G♯)
1260 Doubles (2m)
(2 methods: Grandsire and Plain Bob Doubles.)
1 Elaine Phillips
2 Elizabeth Brain
3 Richard Thomas
4 Thomas W Goodyer
5 Christian Peckham (C)
6 Lyn Shepherd
Rung for a service of Remembrance for Parents and Families of children who have died. (In USA on 11th September, 2001).

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 15 September 2002 in 40m (11–0–18 in G)
1296 Beverley Surprise Minor
1 Laura Ivey
2 Josclyn Sloan
3 Deborah Hay
4 Mary Townsend
5 Glyn Geen
6 Eric White (C)
First quarter peal in method - 2.
Rung in memory of those who died in the terrorist of 11th September, 2001 attacks in the USA, a year ago.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 18 September 2002 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Bristol Surprise Major
1 Hannah Campbell
2 Jackie Spratt
3 John Sibbald
4 Enid L Roberts
5 Katherine Downs
6 Gordon Connon
7 John H Fryer (C)
8 Christian Peckham

Australian & New Zealand Association
York, Western Australia
Holy Trinity
Saturday, 21 September 2002 (4–2–16 in D)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Helen Silver
2 Mary Townsend
3 Vicki Hodgkin
4 Tony Murray Feist
5 Glyn Geen
6 Josclyn Sloan
7 Eric White (C)
8 Tim Gregory
Rung to celebrate the marriage here today of Penny Duncan and Daniel Smith, friends of 3.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Martin, Hampshire
All Saints
Saturday, 21 September 2002 (8–3–22 in A♭)
1260 Doubles (3m)
(3 methods: Stedman, Grandsire, Plain Bob.)
1 Emily Perrins
2 Esther Perrins
3 Thomas Perrins
4 Bill Perrins (C)
5 David Wilson
6 Len Perrins
Treble age 11. Third age 10.
Rung to celebrate the 84th birthday of tenor ringer.
[Ringing World # 4774. Page 1097.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 22 September 2002 in 3h 20 (18–2–21 in E)
5600 St Philip's Church Hill Surprise Major
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Composed by Middleton
1 Hannah M Campbell
2 Katherine M Downs
3 H Gordon Connon
4 Robert J Walters
5 John R Sibbald
6 David C Bath
7 James A D Woolford
8 Christian M Peckham (C)
To celebrate 200th anniverssary of the dedication of the Parish of St Philip.
The band would like to associate the peal with Paul J Dye, Thomas W Goodyer and Elizabeth M Hill who were not able to ring due to unfortunate circumstances.
Ringing World page reference: 4772.1039

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 29 September 2002 in 52m (18–2–21 in E)
1344 Plain Bob Major
1 John Dunn
2 Gordon Connon (C)
3 Natalie Shea
4 June Catchpoole
5 Richard Thomas
6 Mark Palmer
7 Robert Walters
8 John Sibbald
A birthday compliment to Magdalene D'Silva.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales
St Peter's Cathedral
Sunday, 29 September 2002 (7–0–7 in B♭)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Kim Quinn
2 Emma Hadfield
3 Carol Quinn
4 Allison McMillan
5 Simon McMillan (C)
6 James Mort
Rung for the feast of St Michael and All Angels, and the 65th anniversary of the laying of the foundation stone of the tower at St Peter's Cathedral.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Darling Point, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mark's
Tuesday, 1 October 2002 (8–1–26 in A)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 John Doyle
2 Christian Peckham
3 Jim Carter
4 Peter McEvoy
5 Basil E Potts (C)
6 Helen Whitsed
First quarter peal as hunt bell treble - 1.
First quarter peal a true cover bell - 6.
Rung on the 110th anniversary of the conductor's father's birth.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Wednesday, 2 October 2002 (11–0–18 in G)
1250 Lincolnshire Surprise Major
1 Roger Lubbock
2 Elizabeth Hill
3 Rachael Eagle
4 Pam Brock
5 John Sibbald
6 Kathi Downs
7 David Bath
8 Christian Peckham (C)
Rung for ANZAB Festival, 2002.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Thursday, 3 October 2002 in 50m (29–0–14 in C♯)
1282 Lincolnshire Surprise Royal
1 Richard Thomas
2 Katherine Downs
3 Elizabeth Hill
4 Rachael Eagle
5 Caroline Hunt
6 Enid L Roberts
7 John Sibbald
8 David Bath
9 Alex Hunt
10 Christian Peckham (C)
Rung for the ANZAB Festival, Perth WA 2002.
Ringing World page reference: 4779.1206

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Sunday, 6 October 2002 in 49m (14–1–8 in F♯)
1259 Grandsire Caters
1 Jennifer A Murphy
2 Maureen Hawkins
3 Zoe Goodwin
4 Pam Brock
5 Josclyn Sloan
6 Anne Haskard
7 Matthew Sorell (C)
8 Richard Laing
9 Derek Hawkins
10 Paul Doyle
Rung for the ANZAB Festival, Perth WA 2002.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 6 October 2002 in 40m (11–0–18 in G)
1280 Cambridge Surprise Major
1 Michael Clayton
2 Ronald Sheppard
3 Chris Oldham
4 Elizabeth Hill
5 Rachael Eagle
6 Richard Thomas
7 Ian McCulloch
8 Christian Peckham (C)
Rung for ANZAB Festival, 2002.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
2/12 Isabella Cresent, Manning
Sunday, 6 October 2002
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1–2 Patricia Halls
3–4 John Cater (C)
5–6 Gill Hughes
First Quarter Peal on "The Swan Handbells"
Rung for ANZAB Festival, 2002.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Mosman Park, Western Australia
St Hilda's of Whitby School Chapel
Sunday, 6 October 2002 in 41m (4–0–22 in D)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Joy Burrows
2 Ann Evans
3 Mavis Whitehead
4 Gill Hughes
5 Valerie Stone
6 Jeffrey Cooper
7 Ronald Sheppard (C)
8 Robert Shepherd
First quarter peal of triples - 8.
Rung for ANZAB Perth WA 2002.
[2 of 3 on Day].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Mosman Park, Western Australia
St Hilda's of Whitby School Chapel
Sunday, 6 October 2002 in 38m (4–0–22 in D)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Jeffrey Cooper
2 Ann Evans
3 Gill Hughes (C)
4 Philip Lucas
5 Roy Threadgold
6 Robert Shepherd
First quarter peal - 6.
Rung for ANZAB Perth WA, 2002.
[1 of 3 on Day].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Mosman Park, Western Australia
St Hilda's of Whitby School Chapel
Sunday, 6 October 2002 in 41m (4–0–22 in D)
1280 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 John Cater
2 Gill Hughes
3 Roy Threadgold
4 Andrew Chin
5 Jeffery Cooper
6 Ian McCulloch
7 Michael Clayton
8 John Sibbald (C)
Rung for ANZAB Festival, 2002.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Claremont, Western Australia
Christ Church
Sunday, 6 October 2002 in 45m (6–1–21 in B♭)
1320 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Merienne Shortridge
2 Terry Barrett
3 Maggi Fisher
4 Margaret Callinan Pearce
5 Roy Threadgold (C)
6 John Dunn
Rung during the ANZAB Festival 2002. A wedding compliment to John & Anne Peverett (formerly Anne Payne), married at Watford the week before.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Monday, 7 October 2002 in 47m (14–1–8 in F♯)
1253 Grandsire Cinques
1 Tony Murray-Feist
2 Christian M Peckham
3 Rachael Eagle
4 John R Sibbald
5 Elizabeth M Hill
6 Caroline Hunt
7 Enid Roberts
8 Doug Nichols
9 Alex Hunt (C)
10 Roger Lubbock
11 David C Bath
12 Katherine M Downs
Rung for the ANZAB Festival, Perth WA 2002.
Rung on the front twelve.
[1 of 3 on Day].
Ringing World page reference: 4779.1206

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Monday, 7 October 2002 in 52m (14–1–8 in F♯)
1320 Little Bob Maximus
1 Alex Hunt (C)
2 Pat Halls
3 Eric White
4 Laura Davies
5 Enid Roberts
6 Elizabeth Hill
7 Doug Nichols
8 Deryn Griffiths
9 Andrew Chin
10 Tony Murray-Feist
11 John Sibbald
12 David Bath
Rung for the ANZAB Festival, Perth WA 2002.
[2 of 3 on Day].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Monday, 7 October 2002 (14–1–8 in F♯)
1320 Little Bob Maximus
1 David Bath
2 Josclyn Sloan
3 Mary Townsend
4 Katherine Downs
5 Brian Downie
6 Elizabeth Hill
7 Ian Harris
8 Tony Godber
9 Richard Thomas
10 John Sibbald
11 Alex Hunt
12 Roger Lubbock (C)
Rung for the ANZAB Festival, Perth WA 2002.
[3 of 3 on Day].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 9 October 2002 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1260 Stedman Triples
1 Pam Brock
2 Gordon Connon
3 Nicholas Menzies
4 Ann Jenner
5 John Sibbald
6 John H Fryer (C)
7 Stan Jenner
8 Elaine Lee
[LTQP].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 13 October 2002 in 49m (18–2–21 in E)
1312 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 John A Cater
2 Gillian E Hughes
3 Ann Jenner
4 Gordon Connon (C)
5 Richard Thomas
6 Caroline Hunt
7 Alex Hunt
8 Stanley Jenner
Rung for Evensong.
Ringing World page reference: 4775.1119

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Sunday, 13 October 2002 (34–1–3 in C♯)
1287 Stedman Caters
1 John H Fryer (C)
2 Gill Hughes
3 Ann Jenner
4 Caroline Hunt
5 Katherine Downs
6 John Cater
7 Enid L Roberts
8 Stan Jenner
9 Alex Hunt
10 John Sibbald
Rung for the Antioch Mass.
Ringing World page reference: 4777.1167

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Sunday, 13 October 2002 in 48m (29–0–14 in C♯)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Vicki Hodgkin
2 Tony Murray-Feist
3 Mary Townsend
4 Laura Davies
5 Josclyn Sloan
6 Bert Woolven (C)
7 Eric White
8 Rhys Greenhalgh
Rung half-muffled on the day of the terrorist bombing in Bali in which many West Australians dies - with hopes for a brighter future.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 13 October 2002 in 42m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Helen Silver
2 Mary Townsend
3 Douglas Nichols
4 Josclyn Sloan
5 Laura Davies
6 Eric White
7 Bert Woolven (C)
8 Vicki Hodgkin
Rung half-muffled in memory of those who died in the Bali bombings earlier today.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Tuesday, 15 October 2002 in 47m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Helen Silver
2 Laura Ivey
3 Mary Townsend
4 Laura Davies
5 Vicki Hodgkin
6 Tony Murray Feist
7 Eric White (C)
8 Bert Woolven
Rung half-muffled prior to the Memorial Service for the victims of the Bali terrorist attack.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 16 October 2002 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1260 Stedman Triples
1 Margaret E Goodyer
2 Caroline Hunt
3 Katherine Downs
4 John Sibbald
5 Thomas W Goodyer
6 John H Fryer
7 James A Smith (C)
8 Alex Hunt
Ringing World page reference: 4777.1167

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Wednesday, 16 October 2002 in 41m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Helen Silver
2 Laura Ivey
3 Mary Townsend (C)
4 Laura Davies
5 Bert Woolven
6 Eric White
Rung for the 2002 Anglican Synod.
Rung Half Muffled.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Friday, 18 October 2002 in 3h 45 (34–1–3 in C♯)
5039 Grandsire Caters
Composed by E C Shepherd
1 David C Bath
2 Elizabeth M Hill
3 Patricia A M Halls
4 Katherine M Downs
5 B Enid L Roberts
6 Mark W Palmer
7 Thomas W Goodyer (C)
8 John R Sibbald
9 James A D Woolford
10 Alex Hunt
Rung half-muffled in memory of those who died in the bomb blasts in Bali 12-Oct-02.
Ringing World page reference: 4776.1135

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 20 October 2002 in 37m (5–2–25 in B)
1260 Doubles (3m)
(3 methods: 60 Stedman, 720 Grandsire, 480 Plain Bob.)
1 Bert Woolven
2 Vicki Hodgkin
3 Josclyn Sloan
4 Laura Davies
5 Mary Townsend (C)
6 David Knewstub
Rung half muffled for Evensong.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia
All Saints
Sunday, 20 October 2002 (10–0–4 in G)
1260 Doubles (2m)
(2 methods: Grandsire and Plain Bob.)
1 Annette Snars
2 Thomas Perrins
3 Lucy Brady
4 Tim Denham
5 Bill Perrins (C)
6 Danny Jenkins
Rung half muffled on the National Day of Mourning for the victims of the Bali bombings.