Performances report

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Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 1 January 2003 in 45m (11–0–0 in G♯)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Robert Walters
2 S Pickett
3 A Pickett
4 Christian Peckham
5 Bernard G North
6 John Sibbald (C)
Rung to welcome the New Year 2003.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Wednesday, 1 January 2003 (7–0–7 in B♭)
1260 St Simon's Bob Doubles
1 Lois Beaton
2 John Hadfield
3 Geoff Milne
4 Graham Harman
5 Simon McMillan (C)
6 Kim Quinn
First quarter peal in method - 1, 2, 3, 5 & 6.
Rung for New Year's Day.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 5 January 2003 (18–2–21 in E♭)
1344 Grandsire Triples
1 Michelle Brock
2 Katherine Downs (C)
3 Kirsten Crosby
4 Pam Brock
5 Mark Palmer
6 David P Macey
7 Gordon Connon
8 David Killner
Rung for Evening Service.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 5 January 2003 in 39m (5–2–25 in B)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 April Rigby
2 Bethan Davies
3 Laura Davies (C)
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 Derek Vowles
6 Mary Townsend
First quarter peal on an inside bell - 2.
Rung for Evensong.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Burwood, New South Wales, Australia
St Paul's
Wednesday, 8 January 2003 in 48m (11–0–8 in G)
1500 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Jackie Spratt
2 John H Fryer
3 Michelle Brock (C)
4 Rachel Spratt
5 Pam Brock
6 Nicholas Menzies
First quarter peal as conductor - 3.
First quarter peal as covering - 6.
Rung as a farewell to Michelle, leaving for GAP year in England, U.K.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 12 January 2003 in 41m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Bethan Davies
2 Cynthia Spaull
3 Laura Davies
4 Stephen Burr
5 Roy Tomlin
6 Bert Woolven (C)
First quarter peal of minor - 4.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 15 January 2003 in 51m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 James Woolford (C)
2 Elizabeth Andrews
3 Jackie Spratt
4 Richard Thomas
5 Gordon Connon
6 Robert Walters
7 John Sibbald
8 John H Fryer

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Saturday, 18 January 2003 in 42m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Bethan Davies
2 Garry Mason
3 Roy Tomlin
4 Mary Townsend
5 Ron Chapman
6 Christopher Goodwin
7 Roger Lubbock (C)
8 Doug Turner
First quarter peal on 8 bells - 8.
Rung following a WA-ANZAB lunch held to celebrate the centenary of bells.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Cathedral Church of St George
Sunday, 19 January 2003 in 2h 48 (11–0–18 in G)
5040 Plain Bob Triples
Composed by H Hubbard
1 Bethan L Davies
2 Ian D Harris
3 Mary L Townsend
4 Laura K Davies
5 Josclyn R Sloane
6 Eric S White
7 Herbert W Woolven (C)
8 David O Knewstub
First peal - 1. First as conductor in Australia and first as conductor for 40 years. To celebrate the centenary of the dedication of the tower on 22 January.
Ringing World page reference: 4789.0127

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 22 January 2003 in 54m (34–1–3 in C♯)
1282 Cambridge Surprise Royal
1 Andrew Davies
2 Jackie Spratt
3 Andrew Goodyer
4 Allyson Newman
5 Kathui Downs
6 John Sibbald
7 Ben Parcell
8 James Woolford
9 John H Fryer
10 Christian Packham (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire
Holy Trinity
Saturday, 25 January 2003 in 3h 39 (29–2–26)
5088 Wattle Surprise Major
Composed by James A Smith
1 James A Smith (C)
2 Penelope J V Sharpe
3 Catherine S White
4 Peter I Harrison
5 Anthony K Fortin
6 Christopher D O'Mahony
7 Simon R Holden
8 Philip R Goodyer
25th peal: 4. First blows in method: 2,3,4,5,7. For Australia Day.
Ringing World page reference: 4790.0151

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Sunday, 26 January 2003 in 46m (14–1–8 in F♯)
1296 Plain Bob Caters
1 Mary Townsend
2 Michael Bryant
3 Laura Davies
4 Roger Lubbock (C)
5 Pat Lubbock
6 Deborah Hay
7 Roy Tomlin
8 Tony Godber
9 Tony Murra Feist
10 Doug Taylor
Rung for Australia Day and as a birthday compliment to Doug on 10.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Buckland Dinham, Somerset
St Michael and All Angels
Sunday, 26 January 2003 in 2h 51 (10–2–19)
5184 Spliced Surprise Major (8m)
768 Bristol, London, Rutland, 576 Cambridge, Lincolnshire, Pudsey, Superlative, Yorkshire. 144 com, 86 cru's.
Composed by Norman Smith
1 Catherine S White
2 Simon R Holden
3 Anthony K Fortin
4 Penelope J V Sharpe
5 Philip R Goodyer
6 Peter I Harrison
7 James A Smith
8 Christopher D O'Mahony (C)
For Australia Day. 79th birthday compliment to J Harold Dobinson, father-in-law of the conductor.
Ringing World page reference: 4790.0151

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Sunday, 26 January 2003 (7–0–7 in B♭)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Lois Beaton
2 Allison McMillan
3 Geoff Milne
4 Carol Quinn (C)
5 Simon McMillan
6 Kim Quinn
Rung for peace.
[Rung on Australia Day.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
St James Old Cathedral
Friday, 31 January 2003 in 48m (13–0–7 in E)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Margaret Callinan
2 Rogenia Bond
3 Daniel Pettet
4 Bill Cook
5 Brian Pettet
6 Anthony Parry
7 Andrew Chin (C)
8 Vince Hunt
Rung to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the first ringing of the bells of St James Old Cathedral.
First quarter peal of Grandsire Triples as conductor - 7.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 2 February 2003 in 37m (11–0–18 in G)
1250 Cambridge Surprise Major
1 Laura Ivey
2 Josclyn Sloan
3 Deborah Hay
4 Laura Davies
5 Roy Tomlin
6 Mary Townsend
7 Bert Woolven
8 Michael Bryant (C)
Rung following a service to celebrate the 'Year of the Child".

Australian & New Zealand Association
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
St John's Cathedral
Sunday, 2 February 2003 in 43m (7–2–13 in B)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Michael Toze
2 Robert Wirth (C)
3 Elizabeth Wilson
4 Emma Hadfield
5 Victoria Wilson
6 Daniel Wirth
First quarter peal - 6.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Auckland, New Zealand
St Matthew in the City
Sunday, 2 February 2003 (17–2–0 in E♭)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 John Dunn
2 Tony Sutherland
3 Liz Sutherland
4 Graham Rogerson
5 Dennis Green
6 Michael Stone (C)
Rung for the 70th birthday of - 2.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Claremont, Western Australia
Christ Church
Tuesday, 4 February 2003 in 40m (6–1–21 in B♭)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Sue Biddles
2 Mary Townsend
3 Susan Gillett
4 Laura Davies
5 Vicki Hodgkin
6 Michael Bryant (C)
First quarter peal of minor on an inside bell - 3.
Rung to celebrate the life of Dr Patraick McAleer, friend of 3.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Wednesday, 5 February 2003 in 45m (14–1–8 in F♯)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Laura Ivey
2 Roy Tomlin
3 Catherine Lloyd
4 Laura Davies
5 Bert Woolven
6 Vicki Hodgkin
7 Mary Townsend (C)
8 John Townsend
Rung for Catherine's first visit to Western Australia.

Australian & New Zealand Association
West Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia
St Pius X
Saturday, 8 February 2003 in 51m (5–3–27 in C)
1440 St Clements College Bob Minor
1 Deryn Griffiths
2 Angela Chin
3 Brian Reed
4 Sheila Charles
5 Marian Batty
6 Andrew Chin (C)
Rung in memory of the crew of the space shuttle Columbia, the passengers who died in the Southern Sydney train derailment (at Waterfall), and the victims of one of the worst bushfire seasons in Australia.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Sunday, 9 February 2003 in 54m (34–1–3 in C♯)
1259 Grandsire Caters
1 Katherine Downs
2 Elizabeth Hill
3 Thomas W Goodyer
4 Richard Thomas
5 John Sibbald
6 Tony Murray Feist
7 Christian Peckham (C)
8 David Bath
9 Martin Bright
10 John H Fryer

Australian & New Zealand Association
South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
St Andrew's
Sunday, 9 February 2003 in 42m (7–2–21 in A)
1260 Doubles (2m)
(2 Methods: 540 Grandsire and 720 Plain Bob.).
1 Lyn Burns
2 Ruth Smith
3 Mike Toze
4 Robert Wirth
5 Robert Smith (C)
6 Paul Burns
Rung for the successful installation of the Brisbane St John's Cathedral bells in their new central tower location by Robert Smith of Eayre and Smiths.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 9 February 2003 in 40m (5–2–25 in B)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Irene Mackenzie
2 Helen Silver
3 Laura Ivey
4 Ian MacLeod
5 Mary Townsend (C)
6 David Knewstub
Rung to celebrate the 90th birthday of Lady Monica Prescott, mother of - 2.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia
All Saints
Sunday, 9 February 2003 (10–0–4 in G)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Clare Hawley
2 Bill Perrins (C)
3 Thomas Perrins
4 Helen Campbell
5 Tim Denham
6 Richard Dean
7 Peter Parker
8 Annette Snars

Australian & New Zealand Association
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
St Paul's Cathedral
Sunday, 9 February 2003 in 46m (10–0–24 in G♯)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Angela Chin
2 Rachel Saunders
3 Marian Batty
4 Stephen Burr
5 Brian Pettet
6 Anthony Parry
7 Andrew Chin (C)
8 Margaret Callinan
Dedicated to the memory of Thomas Dyer Edwards (died 10/2/1926) who brought to the cathedral the organ and the bells we peal on.
Also rung in memory of the crew of the space shuttle Columbia, the victims of the Tangara train disaster, and the victims of the worst bushfire season in Australia.
First quarter peal of Triples - 4.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
St John's Cathedral
Sunday, 9 February 2003 in 44m (7–2–13 in B)
1260 St Simon's Bob Doubles
1 Mike Toze
2 Harold Bartlett
3 Peter Healy
4 Reg Toze
5 Robert Wirth (C)
6 Natalie Worth
First quarter peal - 6.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Tuesday, 11 February 2003 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Glasgow Surprise Major
1 Graham Harman
2 Katherine Downs
3 Elizabeth Hill
4 Andrew Goodyer
5 Mark Palmer
6 John H Fryer
7 David Bath
8 Christian Peckham (C)
First quarter peal in method - 2 & 5.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 12 February 2003 in 55m (11–0–0 in G♯)
1440 Surprise Minor (2m)
(2 methods: 720 Cambridge & 720 London.)
1 Hannah Campbell
2 Enid L Roberts
3 Robert Walters
4 Katherine Downs
5 John H Fryer
6 John Sibbald (C)
[LTQP].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Thursday, 20 February 2003 (41–1–0 in C)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Stephanie Harrington
2 Philippa Lamphee
3 Mollie Care
4 Anne Haskard
5 Ruth Stokes
6 Barry Care (C)
7 David J Bleby
8 Christopher Stokes
Rung to celebrate the 50th birthday of Ruth Stokes - ringer of the 5th.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
St Paul's Cathedral
Sunday, 23 February 2003 in 48m (10–0–24 in G♯)
1250 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 Margaret Callinan
2 Anthony Parry
3 Stephen Burr
4 Marian Batty
5 Deryn Griffiths
6 Rachel Saunders
7 Brian Pettet
8 Andrew Chin (C)
Rung to mark the 100th anniversary of the first peal of Yorkshire Surprise Major, which was rung at Ranmoor on 14th February, 1903.
First quarter peal of Major - 1 & 3.
First quarter peal of Major as conductor -8.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
St Patrick's Cathedral
Sunday, 23 February 2003 in 49m (12–1–10 in F)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Vincent Hunt
2 Annette Ryan
3 Alison Laing
4 Margaret Callinan
5 Rachel Saunders
6 Anthony Parry
7 Andrew Chin (C)
8 Ian Willing
Rung to welcome the new Dean to St. Patrick's Cathedral.
Also rung to mark the 150th anniversary of the arrival of St. Patrick's Cathedral bells to Australia.
First quarter peal in method - 4.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Sunday, 23 February 2003 (7–0–7 in B♭)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 John Hadfield
2 Geoff Milne
3 Carol Quinn
4 Allison McMillan (C)
5 Simon McMillan
6 Kim Quinn
First quarter peal as conductor - 4.
Rung "in thanks for the rain".

Australian & New Zealand Association
Claremont, Western Australia
Christ Church
Thursday, 27 February 2003 in 39m (6–1–21 in B♭)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 John Townsend
2 Laura Ivey
3 Mary Townsend (C)
4 Laura Davies
5 Vicki Hodgkin
6 Kim Partridge
First quarter peal - 6.
Rung to celebrate the birth on 16th February 2003 of Angus Walter Upson, first grandson of Peter and Gillian McKerracher.

Australian & New Zealand Association
West Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia
St Pius X
Saturday, 1 March 2003 in 47m (5–3–27 in C)
1440 Double Oxford Bob Minor
1 Margaret Callinan
2 Angela Chin
3 Brian Reed
4 Sheila Charles
5 Deryn Griffiths
6 Andrew Chin (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Auckland, New Zealand
St Matthew in the City
Saturday, 1 March 2003 (11–1–16 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 John Dunn
2 Robert H Bennett
3 Robert G T Bennett
4 Valerie Smytheman
5 Michael Stone (C)
6 Ken Rutherford

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 2 March 2003 in 42m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 April Rigby
2 Laura Ivey
3 Josclyn Sloan
4 Deborah Hay
5 Roy Tomlin (C)
6 Vicki Hodgkin
7 Bert Woolven
8 Laura Davies
First quarter peal of triples - 1.
First quarter peal as conductor after 25 years - 5.
Rung for Evensong and to celebrate the birth of Todd William Rennix, grandson of - 1.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
St Paul's Cathedral
Sunday, 2 March 2003 in 53m (29–1–12 in C♯)
1259 Grandsire Caters
1 Alison Laing
2 Angela Chin
3 Graeme W Heyes
4 Rachel Saunders
5 Deryn Griffiths
6 Marian Batty
7 Andrew Chin
8 Brian Pettet
9 Anthony Parry (C)
10 Margaret Callinan
Rung to mark the 50th anniversary of the first peal of Grandsire Caters rung in Australia, which was rung at St Paul's Cathedral on 1st March 1953.
First of Caters - 2.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
St David's Cathedral
Sunday, 2 March 2003 (21–2–8 in E)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Douglas Nichols
2 Lewis Prince
3 Matthew Sorell
4 Michelle Sorell
5 Roger Lubbock
6 Ronald Shepherd
7 Thomas W Goodyer (C)
8 John A Smith

Australian & New Zealand Association
Turramurra, New South Wales, Australia
St James'
Sunday, 9 March 2003 (9–3–9 in A♭)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Maggi Fisher
2 Margaret E Goodyer
3 Peter McEvoy
4 Elaine Lee
5 Graham Harman
6 Frank Lee
7 Stephen Fox (C)
8 Nick Lampe
Rung to celebrate the life of Danielle, step-daughter of Bob Robertson, former Sydney ringer.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Sunday, 9 March 2003 in 46m (29–0–14 in C♯)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Laura Davies
2 Mary Townsend
3 Roy Tomlin
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 Tony Murray Feist
6 Ian Harris
7 Bert Woolven (C)
8 Rhys Greenhalgh
Rung in celebration of the life of Sir Frank Callaway AO Emeritus Professor and Patron of the Swan Bells Foundation. Recognized world-wide for his outstanding contribution to the cause of music.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 9 March 2003 in 42m (5–2–25 in B)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Bert Woolven
2 April Rigby
3 Laura Ivey
4 Laura Davies (C)
5 Roy Tomlin
6 Vicki Hodgkin
First quarter peal inside - 2.
Rung for Commonwealth Day.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Burwood, New South Wales, Australia
St Paul's
Sunday, 9 March 2003 in 42m (11–0–8 in G)
1260 Stedman Triples
1 Jackie Spratt
2 Katherine Downs
3 Rachel Spratt
4 Pam Brock
5 Helen Campbell
6 Hannah Campbell
7 Andrew Davies (C)
8 Kay Alonzo
Rung as farewell to Jackie, going to U.K. for 6 months.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
St Patrick's Cathedral
Tuesday, 11 March 2003 in 49m (12–1–10 in F)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Jolanta Nowak
2 Marion Ainsworth
3 Margaret Callinan
4 Rachel Saunders
5 Angela Chin
6 Alan Ainsworth
7 Andrew Chin (C)
8 Vincent Hunt
First quarter peal of Triples - 1.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
St Paul's Cathedral
Wednesday, 12 March 2003 in 46m (10–0–24 in G♯)
1280 Plain Bob Major
1 Graeme W Heyes
2 Rachel Saunders
3 Angela Chin
4 Marion Ainsworth
5 Andrew Chin
6 Barry Care
7 Stephen Burr
8 Alan Ainsworth (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Thursday, 13 March 2003 in 41m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 April Rigby
2 Laura Ivey
3 Laura Davies
4 Deborah Hay
5 Josclyn Sloan
6 Bert Woolven (C)
7 David Knewstub
[No cover bell].
Rung before the funeral of Sunny Coleman, in thanks giving of her life, a long time worshiper at this cathedral and mentor to many.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Sunday, 16 March 2003 in 43m (7–1–3 in C♯)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Jayne Hodgkin
2 Tony Murray Feist (C)
3 Laura Ivey
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 Richard Shere
6 Roy Tomlin
7 Bert Woolven
8 Robert McManus
First quarter peal - 8.
First quarter peal Triples - 1.
First quarter peal of Triples as conductor -2.
Birthday compliments for Jess Woolven, David Knewstub and Richard Shere.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 16 March 2003 in 45m (11–0–18 in G)
1280 Plain Bob Major
1 Vicki Hodgkin
2 Irene Mackenzie
3 Laura Ivey
4 Roy Tomlin
5 Richard Shere
6 Mary Townsend
7 David Knewstub
8 Bert Woolven (C)
First quarter peal of major on an inside bell - 2.
Rung for the "HMAS Perth" Evensong. Also birthday compliments to David Knewstub, Jess Woolven and Richard Shere.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 19 March 2003 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1296 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Bernie Sharp
2 Katherine Downs
3 Andrew Goodyer
4 Gordon Connon
5 James Woolford
6 Martin Bright (C)
7 Neil Crosby
[Rung with a cover bell.].
Rung for the life of Ernie Rowe. (Life member of St Mary's Basilica Society of Change Ringers.).
[LTQP.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand
St Peter's Cathedral
Wednesday, 19 March 2003 (20–2–6 in E)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 John Dunn
2 Pam McAdam
3 Liz Sutherland
4 David McAdam
5 Tony Sutherland
6 John Proudfoot
7 David Kennett (C)
8 Michael Stone
First quarter peal in New Zealand - 6.
Rung for the visit of 3, 5 and 6 and to mark the marriage of Stuart McAdam and Polly Leung on 8th February 2003.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Saturday, 22 March 2003 in 52m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Spliced Surprise Major (3m)
(3 methods: Cambridge, Yorkshire and Rutland.)
1 Christian Peckham (C)
2 Mark Palmer
3 Elizabeth Hill
4 David Bath
5 John Sibbald
6 Katherine Downs
7 James Woolford
8 John H Fryer

Australian & New Zealand Association
Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand
Christchurch Cathedral
Saturday, 22 March 2003 in 44m (8–1–4 in A)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Karen Robinson
2 Michael Clayton
3 Alan Burn
4 Robert G T Bennett
5 Jo Faircloth (C)
6 Dudley Berry
First quarter peal as conductor - 5.
Rung in memory of the life of Donald Elwyn Constantine,
[Rung on the light six.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 23 March 2003 (18–2–21 in E)
1280 St Philip's Church Hill Surprise Major
1 Gordon Connon
2 Richard Thomas
3 Nik Baxter
4 Mark Palmer
5 John Sibbald
6 John H Fryer
7 Christian Peckham (C)
8 Martin Bright
First quarter peal in method - 2, 3, 4 & 8.
To celebrate the life of Ernie Rowe, ringer, bell hanger & benefit to NSW ringing.
Also for the 147th anniversary of the consecration of the present St Philip's Church.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 23 March 2003 in 42m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Sally Simmonds
2 Laura Ivey
3 Roy Tomlin
4 Rhys Greenhalgh
5 Vicki Hodgkin
6 Laura Davies
7 Bert Woolven (C)
8 Josclyn Sloan
First quarter peal of triples - 1.
Rung in memory of Mike Stuart, friend of treble ringer.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia
All Saints
Sunday, 23 March 2003 in 46m (10–0–4 in G)
1260 Stedman Doubles
1 Annette Snars
2 Bill Perrins (C)
3 Steven Rowe
4 Richard Dean
5 Robert Walters
6 Danny Jenkins
Rung in memory of Ernie Rowe, bell hanger and episcopalin, father of 3, erstwhile member of this band.
[Ringing World $ 4799. Page 372.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
St John's Cathedral
Sunday, 23 March 2003 in 46m (7–2–13 in B)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Mike Toze
2 Emma Hadfield
3 Anne Etchells
4 Robert Wirth
5 Harold Bartlett
6 Peter Healy (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Darling Point, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mark's
Monday, 24 March 2003 in 39m (8–1–26 in A)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Basil E Potts
2 Hannah Campbell
3 Pam Brock
4 John Sibbald
5 Andrew Ward
6 Jim Carter
7 Robert Walters (C)
8 Helen Whitsed
First quarter peal on 8 bells - 8.
First quarter peal in Australia - 5.
Rung on the day of the Ernie Rowe's funeral to celebrate his long life and contribution to bellringing, and to welcome Andrew Ward to Sydney and in gratitude for Basil Potts' return to health.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Tuesday, 25 March 2003 in 3h 10 (14–3–8 in F♯)
5040 Stedman Triples
Composed by T Thurston arr F H Dexter (No 2)
1 Elizabeth M Hill
2 Nicola D Baxter
3 H Gordon Connon
4 John R Sibbald
5 Thomas W Goodyer
6 Martin J Bright
7 Christian M Peckham (C)
8 Katherine M Downs
On the Feast of the Annunciation to celebrate the life of Ernie Rowe, life member of St Mary's Basilica Society of Change Ringers.
Ringing World page reference: 4805.0519

Australian & New Zealand Association
Mandurah, Western Australia
Christ Church
Tuesday, 25 March 2003 in 41m (7–0–21 in A)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Ron Goodwin
2 Adam Beer
3 Joy Burrows
4 Zoe Goodwin
5 Pat Lubbock
6 Roger Lubbock
7 Christopher Goodwin (C)
8 Horace Lubbock
First quarter peal - 1.
First quarter peal as Conductor - 7.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Friday, 28 March 2003 in 57m (34–1–3 in C♯)
1320 Grandsire Cinques
1 Elizabeth Hill
2 Robert Walters
3 Bernie Sharp
4 John Sibbald
5 Mark Palmer
6 John H Fryer (C)
7 Graham Harman
8 Enid L Roberts
9 Ben Parcell
10 David Bath
11 James Woolford
12 Owen Woolford
First quarter peal on 12 - 5, 9 and 12.
Youngest ringer in Australia to ring a bell over the weight of 20cwt to a quarter peal - 12.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Saturday, 29 March 2003 in 49m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1260 Stedman Triples
1 James Woolford
2 Bernie Sharp
3 John H Fryer (C)
4 Elizabeth Hill
5 Richard Thomas
6 Mark Palmer
7 David Bath
8 Martin Rowe
First quarter peal - 8.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Rockingham, Western Australia
Civic Centre
Saturday, 29 March 2003 in 37m (3–0–19 in F)
1260 Plain Minor (2m)
(2 Methods: St. Clement's College Bob, Plain Bob.)
1 Roger Lubbock (C)
2 Pat Lubbock
3 Zoe Goodwin
4 Horace Lubbock
5 Adam Beer
6 Ron Chapman
Rung as a birthday compliment to Zoe Goodwin.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand
Christchurch Cathedral
Saturday, 29 March 2003 (10–1–0 in G)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Karen Robertson
2 Northleigh F E Reeve
3 Alan Burns
4 Lewis Prince
5 Robert G T Bennett
6 Jo Faircloth
7 Michael Clayton (C)
8 Dudley Berry
First quarter peal in method - 3.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Castlereagh, New South Wales, Australia
Uniting Church [The Upper Room]
Saturday, 29 March 2003 (3–1–20 in E)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Robert Shepherd
2 Delwyn Goldsmith
3 Bill Perrins (C)
4 Thomas Perrins
5 Ronald Shepherd
6 David Hobbs
First quarter peal as treble ringer - 1.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Auckland, New Zealand
St Matthew in the City
Saturday, 29 March 2003 (17–2–0 in E♭)
1280 Plain Bob Major
1 John Dunn
2 Rogenia Bond
3 Robert H Bennett
4 Graham Rogerson
5 David McAdam
6 Russell Thornley
7 David Kennett
8 Michael Stone (C)
Rung in thanksgiving for the life of Tony Sutherland.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 30 March 2003 (5–2–25 in B)
1320 Plain Minor (2m)
(2 methods: St Clement's College Bob, Plain Bob.)
1 Laura Ivey
2 Pat Lubbock
3 Christopher Goodwin
4 Mary Townsend
5 Laura Davies
6 Roger Lubbock (C)
Rung for Mothering Sunday and the re-affirmation of wedding vows.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Saturday, 5 April 2003 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1260 Minor (2m)
(2 methods: 720 Cambridge Surprise, 540 Plain Bob.)
1 Bernie Sharp
2 Elizabeth Hill
3 Richard Thomas
4 John Sibbald
5 John H Fryer
6 James Woolfor (C)
7 Owen Woolford
[Rung with cover bell.]. (& between weddings).

Australian & New Zealand Association
Mandurah, Western Australia
Christ Church
Saturday, 5 April 2003 in 41m (7–0–21 in A)
1296 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Roger Lubbock (C)
2 Christopher Goodwin
3 Joy Burrows
4 Pat Lubbock
5 Zoe Goodwin
6 Adam Beer
First quarter peal of Surprise - 2.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Castlereagh, New South Wales
Wesleyan Chapel
Saturday, 5 April 2003 in 2h 39 (3–1–20 in E)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
Price's 240 and 4 x 10 callings.
1 Robert M C Shepperd (14)
2 Delwyn J Goldsmith
3 William T Perrins (C)
4 Thomas M Perrins (10)
5 Ronald E J Shepherd
6 David F Hobbs
First peal for 1,2,4 & 6. First peal on the bells. To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the first land grant at Castlereagh.
Ringing World page reference: 4800.0394

Australian & New Zealand Association
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
St John's Cathedral
Sunday, 6 April 2003 in 44m (7–2–13 in B)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Anne Etchells
2 Peter Healy (C)
3 Emma Hadfield
4 RobertWirth
5 Rachel Aland
6 Mike Toze
First quarter peal inside - 5.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand
St Peter's Cathedral
Wednesday, 9 April 2003 (20–2–6 in E)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 John Dunn
2 Pam McAdam
3 Rogenia Bond
4 David McAdam
5 Quintin Burslem
6 Michael Stone
7 David Kennett (C)
8 Tony Smith
Rung in celebration of the lives of Joan Scott, mother of 7, who died on 13th March 2003, and Judith Robertson of Dorset who died on 4th April 2003.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Thursday, 10 April 2003 in 45m (14–1–8 in F♯)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 David Knewstub
2 Laura Ivey
3 Kathleen Down
4 Deborah Hay
5 James Tate
6 Tony Murray Feist
7 Maurice Downs (C)
8 Ed Seabright

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
St David's Cathedral
Saturday, 12 April 2003 (21–2–8 in E)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Lewis Prince
2 Ruth Brammall
3 Hilary Fawcett
4 Dru Haywood
5 John A Smith
6 Josh Webb
7 Douglas Nichols (C)
8 Steven Morris
Rung prior to a concert of the Hobart Orpheus Choir.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 13 April 2003 (18–2–21 in E)
1280 Rutland Surprise Major
1 June Catchpoole
2 Susan Newman
3 Richard Thomas
4 Hannah Campbell
5 Gordon Connon (C)
6 Christian Peckham
7 Ken Newman
8 Michael Stone
Rung in celebration the life of Laurie Curran.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 13 April 2003 in 37m (5–2–25 in B)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Laura Ivey
2 Laura Davies
3 Josclyn Sloan
4 James Tate
5 Vicki Hodgkin
6 Mary Townsend (C)
Rung for Palm Sunday.
[This quarter was wrongly published with date in RT's as 12th April. The date correction was found in the Tower Log Book].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Darling Point, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mark's
Tuesday, 15 April 2003 in 43m (8–1–26 in A)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 John Doyle
2 Mary C Symes
3 Robert Walters
4 Jim Carter
5 Basil E Potts (C)
6 Bruce Ledden
Rung half muffled in memory of Laurie Curran and Dr H. E. J. Symes, father of Mary Symes - 2.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Friday, 18 April 2003 in 50m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Sally Simmonds
2 Mary Townsend
3 Laura Davies
4 Josclyn Sloan
5 Vicki Hodgkin
6 David Knewstub
7 Eric White (C)
8 Chris Carter
Rung half-muffled for Good Friday.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 20 April 2003 (18–2–21 in E)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Karen Robinson
2 Anne Etchells
3 Richard Thomas (C)
4 Angela Darville
5 Michael Clayton
6 Ken Darville
7 John Sibbald
8 Paul Doyle
Rung for Easter Sunday.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Sunday, 20 April 2003 in 45m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 Christian Peckham
2 Mike Clayton
3 Kath Downs
4 Elizabeth Hill
5 Richard Thomas
6 Maurice Downs
7 Ron Chapman
8 John Sibbald (C)
Rung for Easter Sunday and the 60th birthday compliment to Shirley Bolton.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Andrew's Cathedral
Sunday, 20 April 2003 (29–0–4 in C♯)
1269 Grandsire Caters
1 Bert Woolven
2 Michael Thomson
3 Christian Peckham
4 Rachael Eagle
5 Roy Tomlin
6 David Pobjoy
7 Martin Bright (C)
8 Ron Chapman
9 Mchael Stone
10 David Knewstub
Rung on Easter Sunday and birthday compliment to 8.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 20 April 2003 in 37m (5–2–25 in B)
1260 Doubles (5m)
(5 methods: Stedman, St Simon's Bob, Grandsire, Reverse Canterbury Pleasure Place, and Plain Bob.)
1 Helen Silver
2 Laura Ivey
3 Laura Davies (C)
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 James Tate
6 Mary Townsend
First quarter peal as conductor in 5 methods - 3.
Rung for Eater Day.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Sunday, 20 April 2003 (7–0–7 in B♭)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Lois Beaton
2 Allison McMillan
3 John Hadfield
4 Carol Quinn (C)
5 Geoff Milne
6 Simon McMillan
First quarter peal of minor - 1.
First quarter peal of minor inside 2, 2 and 5.
First quarter peal of minor as conductor - 4.
Rung for Easter.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Monday, 21 April 2003 in 49m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1368 Little Bob Royal
1 John H Fryer (C)
2 Mary Townsend
3 Kathleen Downs
4 Michael Thomson
5 Christopher Jarman
6 Roy Tomlin
7 Maurice Downs
8 Katherine Downs
9 Ron Chapman
10 Micheal Stone

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Christ Church St Laurence
Monday, 21 April 2003 in 43m (10–3–8 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Terry Barrett
2 David Knewstub
3 Micheal Clayton
4 Andrew C Bolton
5 Martin Bright
6 Robert Walters
7 Bert Woolven (C)
8 Karen Robinson

Australian & New Zealand Association
Mandurah, Western Australia
Christ's Church
Monday, 21 April 2003 (7–0–21 in A)
1320 Plain Bob Minor
1 Tony Yapp
2 Joy Burrows
3 Zoe Goodwin
4 Deborah Hay
5 Roger Lubbock
6 Christopher Goodwin (C)
First quarter peal on treble - 1.
Rung as a get well compliment to Pat Lubbock.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
St David's Cathedral
Friday, 25 April 2003 (21–2–8 in E)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Lewis Prince
2 Dru Haywood
3 Richard Harris
4 Sheila Harrington
5 Stephen Burr
6 Josh Webb
7 Douglas Nichols (C)
8 John A Smith
Rung half muffled before the ANZAC Day Parade [March].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Friday, 25 April 2003 (7–0–7 in B♭)
1320 Grandsire Doubles
1 Lois Beaton
2 Allison McMillan
3 John Hadfield
4 Geoff Milne
5 Simon McMillan (C)
6 Kim Quinn
Rung for ANZAC Day.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Saturday, 26 April 2003 in 52m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1287 Stedman Caters
1 John H Fryer (C)
2 Elizabeth Hill
3 John Sibbald
4 David Bath
5 Penelope Sharpe
6 Michael Thomson
7 Ron Chapman
8 Maurice Downs
9 James Woolford
10 Michael Stone
[This quarter has been wrongly dated in upload the BellBoard as "06/04/2003" on 15th January,2012; is "Correct in Ringing World # 4802 Page 496"; is also correct in Ringing Towers publication Vol 57 #3 page 186. This was discovered when doing a major cross-check of performance record with the Tower Log in 2024. llRb-w.]
(1 of 2 on day.).

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Saturday, 26 April 2003 in 50m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Double Norwich Court Bob Major
1 Rachael Eagle
2 Elizabeth Hill
3 David Bath
4 Ron Chapman
5 Michael Thomson
6 John H Fryer (C)
7 James Woolford
8 Mchael Stone
(2 of 2 on day.).

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Sunday, 27 April 2003 (7–0–7 in B♭)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Kim Quinn
2 Lois Beaton
3 Geoff Milne
4 Simon McMillan
5 John Hadfield (C)
6 James Mort

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 4 May 2003 (18–2–21 in E)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Adela McDonald
2 Michael Thomson
3 Richard Thomas (C)
4 June Catchpoole
5 Rachael Eagle
6 Kathi Downs
7 Christian Peckham
8 Neil Crosby
Rung for the 155th Anniversary of the current St Philip's Church and to welcome the new bells of St James' King Street Sydney which were hallowed this day. A birthday compliment to 7.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 4 May 2003 in 38m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Jayne Hodgkin
2 Laura Ivey
3 Laura Davies
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 David Knewstub
6 Bert Woolven (C)
Rung for Evensong and also with birthday compliments to Ken Hodgkin (60) Mary Townsend (57) and John (77).
[2 of 2 on day.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 4 May 2003 in 39m (5–2–25 in B)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Sally Simmonds
2 Laura Ivey
3 Helen Silver
4 Mary Townsend (C)
5 Bert Woolven
6 Laura Davies
Rung before the service to celebrate the centenary of Parkerville Children's Home.
[1 of 2 on day.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Darling Point, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mark's
Tuesday, 6 May 2003 in 41m (8–1–26 in A)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Robert Walters
2 Margaret E Goodyer
3 Pam Brock
4 Jim Carter
5 Basil E Potts (C)
6 Rachael Eagle
7 Michael Thomson
8 Helen Whitsed
The conductor would like to associate this quarter with Deryn Griffiths, Ron Chapman and Roy Tomlin who took part in the previous miscalled attempt during the ANZAB Festival Weekend.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Wednesday, 7 May 2003 in 42m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Helen Silver
2 Laura Ivey
3 Laura Davies
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 Josclyn Sloan
6 Bert Woolven
7 Eric White (C)
8 David Knewstub
Rung for Anglicare Winter Appeal Service.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Saturday, 10 May 2003 in 56m (34–1–3 in C♯)
1260 Stedman Triples
1 Elizabeth Hill
2 Bernie Sharp
3 Rachael Eagle
4 Gordon Connon
5 David Bath
6 John H Fryer
7 James Woolford (C)
8 Christian Peckham

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 11 May 2003 in 48m (18–2–21 in E)
1320 London Surprise Minor
1 June Catchpoole
2 Rachael Eagle
3 Richard Thomas
4 Gordon Connon
5 John Sibbald
6 Christian Peckham (C)
Rung to commemorate the departure of the First Fleet from Portsmouth 13 May 1787.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 11 May 2003 in 40m (5–2–25 in B)
1296 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Mary Townsend
2 Laura Davies
3 Josclyn Sloan
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 Bert Woolven
6 Eric White (C)
Rung for Evensong.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Saturday, 17 May 2003 in 46m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Owen Woolford
2 Richard Thomas
3 Elizabeth Hill
4 Bernie Sharp
5 Robert Walters
6 John H Fryer (C)
7 James Woolford
8 Martin Row
Birthday compliment to 7.

Australian & New Zealand Association
West Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia
St Pius X
Sunday, 18 May 2003 in 40m (5–3–27 in C)
1260 Plain Minor (2m)
(2 methods: 720 St Clements College Bob, 540 Plain Bob.)
1 Robyn Reed
2 Angela Chin
3 Billy Clarke
4 Sheila Charles
5 Deryn Griffiths
6 Andrew Chin (C)
Rung to mark the beginning of St Pius X's 50 year celebrations. The record of this quarter peal, a photo of the St Pius X bellringers, and a copy of "Their Sound Has Gone Forth", will be the ringers' contribution to the St Pius X time capsule, to be opened in 2053.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 18 May 2003 in 44m (10–0–1 in G♯)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 June Catchpoole
2 Kirsten Crosby
3 Pam Brock
4 Richard Thomas
5 Gordon Connon (C)
6 Neil Crosby
For the newly Dr. Kirsten Crosby, Ph.D.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Sunday, 18 May 2003 (7–0–7 in B♭)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Simon McMillan
2 John Hadfield
3 Allison McMillan
4 Carol Quinn
5 Geoff Milne (C)
6 Kim Quinn
First quarter peal as conductor - 5.
Rung for the unveiling of a memorial plaque by the National Serviceman's Association of Australia.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Saturday, 24 May 2003 in 47m (11–2–11 in G♯)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Helen O'Neill
2 Laura Ivey
3 Vicki Hodgkin (C)
4 Josclyn Sloan
5 Rhys Greenhalgh
6 David Knewstub
First quarter peal by a Swan Bells learner - 1.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Burwood, New South Wales, Australia
St Paul's
Saturday, 24 May 2003 in 42m (11–0–8 in G)
1264 Plain Bob Major
1 Robert Walters
2 Hannah Campbell
3 Kay Alonzo
4 Pam Brock
5 Rachel Spratt
6 Nicholas Menzies
7 Andrew Davies
8 Helen Campbell (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Sunday, 25 May 2003 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1260 Scientific Triples
1 Kathi Downs
2 Graham Harman
3 Elizabeth Hill
4 Andrew Davies
5 John Sibbald
6 Bill Perrins (C)
7 John H Fryer
8 Peter Seers
First quarter peal in method for Australia.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Sunday, 25 May 2003 in 46m (14–1–8 in F♯)
1264 Double Norwich Court Bob Major
1 Christopher Goodwin
2 Zoe Goodwin
3 Mary Townsend
4 Laura Davies
5 Eric White
6 Tony Murray Feist
7 Bert Woolven
8 Roger Lubbock (C)
First quarter peal in method - 1, 2 & 4.
First quarter in the method by a resident Western Australian band.
A birthday compliment to the conductor.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 25 May 2003 in 44m (11–0–18 in G)
1344 Plain Bob Triples
1 Laura Ivey
2 Mary Townsend
3 Eric White
4 Bert Woolven
5 Josclyn Sloan
6 Laura Davies (C)
7 Roger Lubbock
8 David Knewstub
First quarter peal as conductor of triples - 6.
Rung after the Aboriginal Reconcilation Service and before the OBE (Order of the British Empire) service.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Carrickfergus, County Antrim
St Nicholas
Sunday, 25 May 2003 in 2h 49 (13)
5056 Spliced Surprise Major (8m)
768 each Lincolnshire, Pudsey, Rutland, Yorkshire; 576 each Superlative, Cambridge; 448 Bristol; 384 London; 141 com
Composed by M C W Sherwood
1 Catherine S White
2 Peter I Harrison
3 Simon A Rudd (C)
4 Penelope J V Sharpe
5 Thomas W Goodyer
6 Anthony K Fortin
7 Christopher D O’Mahony
8 Philip R Goodyer
Ringing World page reference: 4812.0683

Australian & New Zealand Association
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
St John's Cathedral
Sunday, 25 May 2003 in 43m (7–2–13 in B)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Daniel Wirth
2 Robert Wirth (C)
3 Anne Etchells
4 Emma Hadfield
5 Peter Healy
6 Michael Toze

Australian & New Zealand Association
Claremont, Western Australia
Christ Church
Monday, 26 May 2003 in 2h 35 (6–1–21 in B♭)
5040 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Mary L Townsend
2 Josclyn R Sloane
3 Laura K Davies
4 Vicki S Hodgkin
5 Herbert W Woolven
6 Eric S White (C)
For Foundation Day.
Ringing World page reference: 4807.0563

Australian & New Zealand Association
Ballymena, County Antrim
St Patrick
Monday, 26 May 2003 in 2h 54 (14)
5088 Superlative Surprise Major
Composed by N J Pitstow
1 Peter I Harrison
2 Catherine S White
3 Thomas W Goodyer
4 Anthony K Fortin
5 Simon A Rudd
6 Penelope J V Sharpe
7 Philip R Goodyer (C)
8 Christopher D O’Mahony
Ringing World page reference: 4812.0683

Australian & New Zealand Association
Kilbroney (Rostrevor), County Down
St Bronach
Tuesday, 27 May 2003 in 2h 52 (13)
5040 Cambridge Surprise Minor
variable hunt, 39 changes of hunt bell, atw
Composed by A J Cox
1 Penelope J V Sharpe
2 Thomas W Goodyer
3 Catherine S White
4 Peter I Harrison
5 Caroline J Champion
6 Alan H Champion (C)
Ringing World page reference: 4812.0683

Australian & New Zealand Association
Greyabbey, County Down
St Saviour
Tuesday, 27 May 2003 in 2h 25 (2)
5040 Minor (7m)
Double Oxford, St Clements, Plain, Kent T B, Cambridge S, Beverley S, Surfleet S
1 Philip R Goodyer
2 Linda M Garton
3 Anthony K Fortin
4 Christopher D O'Mahony
5 Thomas W Goodyer (C)
6 Peter I Harrison
Ringing World page reference: 4812.0683

Australian & New Zealand Association
Holywood, County Down
SS Philip and James
Wednesday, 28 May 2003 in 2h 57 (12)
5056 Spliced Surprise Major (3m)
1984 Yorkshire, 1856 Cambridge, 1216 Rutland; 110 com
Composed by M C W Sherwood
1 Linda M Garton
2 Philip R Goodyer
3 Alan H Champion
4 Caroline J Champion
5 Christopher D O’Mahony
6 Thomas W Goodyer
7 James A Smith
8 Peter I Harrison (C)
First peal of spliced as conductor.
Ringing World page reference: 4812.0683

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Friday, 30 May 2003 in 48m (29–0–14 in C♯)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Suzanne Biddles
2 Joy Burrows
3 Deborah Hay
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 Eric White
6 Tony Murray Feist
7 Bert Woolven (C)
8 David Knewstub
Hearty congratulations to Nicky (Tony's sister) and John Snare who wedding breakfasted at Bells Cafe opposite the tower while this was being rung.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Drumbo, County Down
Holy Trinity
Friday, 30 May 2003 in 2h 56 (12)
5056 Rutland Surprise Major
Composed by Arr J A Smith
1 Christopher D O’Mahony
2 Alan H Champion
3 Caroline J Champion
4 Thomas W Goodyer
5 Gregory T Woods
6 Anthony K Fortin
7 Peter I Harrison
8 James A Smith (C)
Ringing World page reference: 4812.0683

Australian & New Zealand Association
Belfast, County Antrim
Malone Mews, Unit 305
Friday, 30 May 2003
1264 Plain Bob Major
1–2 James A Smith (C)
3–4 Peter Harrison
5–6 Thomas W Goodyer
7–8 Christopher O'Mahony

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hillsborough, County Down
St Malachy
Saturday, 31 May 2003 in 50m (18–3–16 in E)
1250 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 Anthony Fortin
2 Claire O'Mahony
3 Douglas Bell
4 Gregory Woods
5 Thomas W Goodyer
6 Peter Harrison
7 James A Smith
8 Philip Goodyer (C)
(1 of 2 on day.).

Australian & New Zealand Association
Eastwood, New South Wales
4 Spencer Street
Saturday, 31 May 2003 in 2h 22 (12)
5184 Kent Treble Bob Major
Composed by M C W Sherwood (Reversed)
1–2 Esther M Perrins
3–4 William T Perrins (C)
5–6 Julia R Cater
7–8 Christian M Peckham
Ringing World page reference: 4808.0590

Australian & New Zealand Association
Bangor, County Down
St Comgall
Saturday, 31 May 2003 in 50m (21–0–4 in E)
1260 Stedman Triples
1 Philip Goodyer
2 Claire O'Mahony
3 Peter Harrison
4 Gregory Woods
5 Thomas W Goodyer
6 Anthony Fortin
7 James A Smith (C)
8 Douglas Bell

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 1 June 2003 (10–0–1 in G♯)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Gordon Connon
2 Magdalene D'Silva
3 Adela McDonald
4 Jim Carter
5 John Hadfield
6 Richard Thomas (C)
For the 50th Anniversary of the coronation of the Queen of Australia and for the Foundation Day of WA.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Sunday, 1 June 2003 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1260 Scientific Triples
1 Bill Perrins
2 Graham Harman
3 Elizabeth Hill
4 Christian Peckham (C)
5 John Sibbald
6 John H Fryer
7 Julia Cater
8 Enid L Roberts

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Andrew's Cathedral
Sunday, 1 June 2003 (29–0–4 in C♯)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Elaine Philips
2 Emily Perrins (C)
3 Thomas Perrins
4 Rachael Eagle
5 Andrew Goodyer
6 Danny Jenkins
First quarter peal as conductor - 2.
Rung to celebrate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Sunday, 1 June 2003 (7–0–7 in B♭)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Kim Quinn
2 Geoff Milne
3 Allison McMillan
4 Carol Quinn (C)
5 Simon McMillan
6 Hayley Hill
First quarter peal - 6.
Rung for the 50th anniversary of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of Australia.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Monday, 2 June 2003 in 3h 8 (18–2–21 in E)
5056 Elizabeth II Jubilee Surprise Major
Composed by Middleton's
1 June Catchpoole
2 Rachael L Eagle
3 Katherine M Downs
4 B Enid L Roberts
5 H Gordon Connon
6 Robert J Walters
7 John H Fryer (C)
8 John R Sibbald
For the 50th anniversary of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.
First blows in method for 2,6,7.
Ringing World page reference: 4809.0610

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Monday, 2 June 2003 in 82m (29–0–14 in C♯)
2003 Plain Bob Royal
1 Laura Davies
2 Deb Hay
3 Zoe Goodwin
4 Christopher Goodwin
5 Eric White
6 Ron Chapman
7 Tony Murray Feist
8 Bert Woolven
9 Ian Harris (C)
10 Roger Lubbock
DATE TOUCH.
Rung for the 50th Anniversary of the Coronation of The Queen and for Foundation Day.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand
St Peter's Cathedral
Monday, 2 June 2003 in 47m (20–2–6 in E)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Peter Houghton
2 Pam McAdam
3 Valerie Stone
4 Wendy Tyrrell
5 Quintin Burslem
6 David McAdam
7 David Kennett (C)
8 Tony Smith
First quarter peal of triples - 4.
Rung to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Conquest ascent of Mount Everest by Edmund Hilary (on 29th May 1953) and for the Queen's Birthday Observance.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 4 June 2003 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Margaret E Goodyer
2 Bernie Sharp
3 Rachael Eagle
4 Jim Carter
5 Gordon Connon
6 Kathi Downs
7 Hannah Campbell (C)
8 James Woolford
First quarter peal as conductor of Plain Bob Triples - 7.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Friday, 6 June 2003 in 45m (11–0–18 in G)
1280 Cambridge Surprise Major
1 Laura Ivey
2 Deborah Hay
3 Laura Davies
4 Ian Harris
5 Vicki Hodgkin
6 Mary Townsend
7 Bert Woolven
8 Eric White (C)
First quarter peal in method - 5.
Rung to welcome Mary and Ted Townsend from after holidays.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 11 June 2003 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1250 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 June Catchpoole
2 Margaret E Goodyer
3 Bernie Sharp
4 Gordon Connon
5 Rachael Eagle
6 Enid L Roberts
7 Kathi Downs
8 Hannah Campbell (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells.
Sunday, 15 June 2003 in 3h 18 (29–0–14)
5040 Plain Bob Royal
Arranged I D Harris
Composed by Traditional
1 David Knewsatub
2 Josclyn R Sloan
3 Laura K Davies
4 Zoe Goodwin
5 Christopher M Goodwin
6 Eric S White
7 Ron Chapman
8 Herbert W Woolven
9 Ian D Harris (C)
10 Roger B Lubbock
Rung for Eric's 65th birthday, also birthday compliments to Danielle, Drew and Mia - granddaughters of Ron. First Peal-5. First Royal-1,2,4
Ringing World page reference: 4810.0636

Australian & New Zealand Association
Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand
Christchurch Cathedral
Sunday, 15 June 2003 in 41m (8–1–4 in A)
1260 Doubles (4m)
(4 methods: Grandsire, St Simon's Bob, St Martin's Bob, Plain Bob.)
1 Midge Stark
2 Chris Oldham
3 Valerie Stone (C)
4 Robert G T Bennett
5 Jo Faircloth
6 Dudley Berry
First quarter peal for treble ringer - 1.
[Rung on the light six.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Darling Point, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mark's
Monday, 16 June 2003 in 58m (4–3–24 in D)
1752 Plain Bob Minimus
1 Helen Whitsed
2 Robert Walters (C)
3 Jim Carter
4 John Doyle
5 Basil E Pots
First quarter peal on treble - 1.
First quarter peal of Minimus for - 1, 3, 4 & 5.
[On front 5.].
Rung for practise.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 18 June 2003 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1296 Plain Bob Caters
1 Jim Carter
2 Margaret E Goodyer
3 Rachael Eagle
4 Bernie Sharp
5 Gordon Connon
6 Graham Harman
7 Andrew Goodyer
8 Rachel Spratt
9 Katherine Downs (C)
10 Neil Crosby
Rung to celebrate the 75th Birthday of 2 and the birth yesterday of Tabitha, another granddaughter for 4.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Mandurah, Western Australia
Christ's Church
Saturday, 21 June 2003 (7–0–21 in A)
1250 New Cambridge Surprise Major
1 Joy Burrows
2 Zoe Goodwin
3 Laura Davies
4 Deborah Hay
5 Roger Lubbock (C)
6 Eric White
7 Tony Murray Feist
8 Bert Woolven
First quarter peal in method for all (except 5 and 8).

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 22 June 2003 (18–2–21 in E)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Hannah Campbell
2 Rachael Eagle
3 Pam Brock
4 June Catchpoole
5 Gordon Connon
6 Richard Thomas
7 Christian Peckham (C)
8 Matthew Sait
Rung for the June Gift.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 22 June 2003 in 43m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Sally Simmonds
2 Laura Ivey
3 Laura Davies
4 Deborah Hay
5 Vicki Hodgkin
6 Bert Woolven (C)
7 Josclyn Sloan
8 David Knewstub
Rung to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Michael Harford's ordination.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Benedict, Broadway
Monday, 23 June 2003 (14–0–18 in F)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Evelyn Wyatt
2 Bill Perrins
3 Thomas Perrins (C)
4 Jim Carter
5 Malchom Brady
6 David Hobbs
First quarter peal as conductor - 3.
Rung to celebrate the life of Laurie Curran.
First quarter on the restored bells which Laurie instigated and saw to completion.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Thursday, 26 June 2003 in 48m (14–1–8 in F♯)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Eric Tickner
2 Laura Ivey
3 Laura Davies
4 Deborah Hay
5 Vicki Hodgkin
6 Bert Woolven
7 Eric White (C)
8 David Knewstub
Rung for 70th wedding anniversary of Ruth & Stan Burton, aunt and uncle of 2.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Bendigo, Victoria, Australia
St Paul's Cathedral
Saturday, 28 June 2003 in 46m (14–2–4 in F♯)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Sheila Charles
2 Marian Batty
3 Angela Chin
4 Ross Bampton
5 Billy Clarke
6 Brian Pettet
7 Andrew Chin (C)
8 Joe Fulton
Rung to celebrate the enthronement of Andrew Curnow as the new Bishop of Bendigo.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Sunday, 29 June 2003 in 50m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1260 Scientific Triples
1 Christian Peckham
2 Graham Harman
3 Elizabeth Hill
4 John Sibbald
5 Andrew Davies
6 John H Fryer
7 William Perrins (C)
8 Richard Thomas
Rung on the Feast of SS Peter & Paul.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Sunday, 29 June 2003 in 48m (29–0–14 in C♯)
1259 Grandsire Caters
1 Roger Lubbock
2 Eric White
3 Joy Burrows
4 Deborah Hay
5 Vicki Hodgkin
6 Tony Murray Feist
7 Bert Woolven (C)
8 Ron Chapman
9 Ian Harris
10 David Knewstub
First quarter peal on ten inside - 3.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 29 June 2003 in 40m (11–0–18 in G)
1296 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Roger Lubbock (C)
2 Joy Burrows
3 Josclyn Sloan
4 Deborah Hay
5 Bert Woolven
6 Eric White
Rung for Evensong.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Sunday, 29 June 2003 (7–0–7 in B♭)
1260 Reverse Canterbury Pleasure Place Doubles
1 Lois Beaton
2 John Hadfield
3 Simon McMillan
4 Allison McMillan (C)
5 Geoff Milne
6 Kim Quinn
First quarter peal in method - 4 and 5.
Rung for St Peter's Day.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 2 July 2003 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1260 Stedman Triples
1 Margaret E Goodyer
2 Pam Brock
3 Katherine Downs
4 Enid L Roberts
5 Rachael Eagle
6 Andrew Davies
7 Rachel Spratt (C)
8 Hannah Campbell
Rung to welcome Olivia Hunt, born 30 June 2003, a daughter for Alex and Caroline.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Thursday, 3 July 2003 in 46m (11–2–11 in G♯)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Eric Tickner
2 Laura Ivey (C)
3 Vicki Hodgkin
4 Devena Haggis
5 David Knewstub
6 Helen O'Neill
With best wishes to Eric and Margaret Tickner on their 25th Wedding Anniversary, bon Voyage to Helen off to Europe and welcome home Devena.
[Ringing World # 4812. Page 690.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
West Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia
St Pius X
Saturday, 5 July 2003 in 1h 20 (5–3–27 in C)
2520 Plain Minor (2m)
(2 methods: 1440 St Clement's College Bob and 1080 Plain Bob.)
1 Robyn Reed
2 Deryn Griffiths
3 Brian Reed
4 Angela Chin
5 Marian Batty
6 Andrrew Chin (C)
HALF PEAL.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 6 July 2003 in 45m (11–0–18 in G)
1280 Cambridge Surprise Major
1 Laura Ivey
2 Deborah Hay
3 Laura Davies
4 Ian Harris
5 Vicki Hodgkin
6 Mary Townsend
7 Bert Woolven
8 Eric White (C)
First quarter peal in method - 5.
Rung to welcome Mary and John Townsend back after holidays.
[Ringing World: # 4813. Page 714. 2003].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Darling Point, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mark's
Monday, 7 July 2003 in 46m (4–1–14 in E)
1272 Plain Bob Minimus
1 John Doyle
2 Robert Walters (C)
3 Jim Carter
4 Helen Whitsed
First quarter peal inside - 4.
Rung for the passing of Rosie Geist on Thursday 3rd July, 2003 by St Mark's ringers. Mother of Elfie Potts and mother-in-law of Basil. May she rest in peace.
[Rung on front 4.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 9 July 2003 in 48m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1260 Stedman Triples
1 Elizabeth Andrews
2 Enid L Roberts
3 Chris Poole
4 Pam Brock
5 Doug Nichols
6 Andrew Davies
7 Rachel Spratt (C)
8 Rachael Eagle

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Benedict, Broadway
Friday, 11 July 2003 (14–0–18 in F)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Malcolm Brady
2 Rachel Spratt
3 Thomas Perrins (C)
4 Ronald Shepherd
5 Douglas Nichols
6 David Hobbs
Rung for the Feast of St Benedict.
Blackfriars, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia (St Benedict's Broadway).

Australian & New Zealand Association
West Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia
St Pius X
Sunday, 13 July 2003 in 2h 40 (5–3–27)
5040 Minor (2m)
2880 St Clements College Bob Minor 2160 Plain Bob Minor
Composed by Traditional
1 Robyn L Reed
2 Angela Chin
3 Brian D Reed
4 Sheila R Charles
5 Marian J Batty
6 Andrew Chin (C)
Rung to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the St Pius X parish and school. First peal for the tower. First peal on these bells. First peal: 1,2,3,4,6. First minor peal: 5. First peal as conductor. The St Pius X peal band would also like to thank Deryn Griffiths who helped us achieve our first peal.
Ringing World page reference: 4814.0731

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Christ Church St Laurence
Tuesday, 15 July 2003 (10–3–8 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Evelyn Wyatt
2 Chris Palmer
3 Penny Wyatt
4 Jim Carter
5 Basil E Potts (C)
6 Helen Whitsed
Rung to celebrate the conductor's 41st anniversary of ringing.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 16 July 2003 (14–3–8 in F♯)
1282 Spliced Surprise Major (2m)
(2 methods: Cambridge and Yorkshire.)
1 Bernie Sharp
2 Rachel Spratt
3 Rachael Eagle
4 Gordon Connon
5 Helen Campbell
6 Hannah Campbell
7 Thomas W Goodyer (C)
8 Andrew Davies
First quarter peal of spliced - 5 & 6.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Thursday, 17 July 2003 in 45m (7–1–3 in C♯)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Ian MacLeod
2 Tony Murray Feist (C)
3 Laura Ivey
4 Laura Davies
5 Vicki Hodgkin
6 David Knewstub
7 Bert Woolven
8 Robert McManus
Rung for Berts 73rd birthday.
[Ringing Towers - Vol 57. #4. Page 14.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
St Mary's Basilica
Friday, 18 July 2003 in 49m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 James Woolford
2 Bernie Sharp
3 Gordon Connon
4 Robert Walters
5 Heln Campbell
6 Hannah Campbell
7 Thomas W Goodyer (C)
8 Rachel Spratt
Rung as a farewell to Jean-Ann.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 20 July 2003 in 47m (18–2–21 in E)
1250 Cambridge Surprise Major
1 Neil Crosby
2 Kirsten Crosby
3 Richard Thomas
4 June Catchpoole
5 Gordon Connon (C)
6 Pam Brock
7 Katherine Downs
8 John Sibbald
First Treble Bob: 1.
Rung for the 144th anniversary of the installation of the bells.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 20 July 2003 in 41m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Laura Ivey
2 Mary Townsend
3 Josclyn Sloan
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 Laura Davies
6 Bert Woolven (C)
7 Eric White
8 Chris Carter
Rung to celebrate the silver wedding anniversary on 14th July of Chris and Christine Carter.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
St Philip's
Tuesday, 22 July 2003 in 3h 12 (18 cwt)
5040 Scientific Triples
1 Christian M Peckham
2 Graham Harman
3 Elizabeth Hill
4 Andrew Davies
5 John R Sibbald
6 John H Fryer
7 William T Perrins (C)
8 Katherine M Downs
First peal of Scientific Triples in Australia, by a resident Australian band.
Ringing World page reference: 4815.0757

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 23 July 2003 in 51m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Spliced Surprise Major (3m)
(3 methods: Cambridge, Yorkshire and Rutland.)
1 James Woolford
2 Graham Harman
3 Andrew Goodyer
4 Rachel Spratt
5 Rachael Eagle
6 Gordon Connon
7 Thomas W Goodyer (C)
8 John H Fryer

Australian & New Zealand Association
Burwood, New South Wales, Australia
St Paul's
Saturday, 26 July 2003 in 41m (11–0–8 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Helen Campbell
2 John Hatfield
3 Rachel Spratt
4 Pam Brock
5 Simon McMillan
6 Andrew Davies
7 Hannah Campbell (C)
8 Robert Walters
First quarter peal of triples 'inside' - 5.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Sunday, 27 July 2003 in 50m (29–0–14 in C♯)
1277 Grandsire Caters
1 Christopher Goodwin
2 Joy Burrows
3 Zoe Goodwin
4 Laura Davies
5 Tony Murray Feist
6 Eric White
7 Roger Lubbock
8 Bert Woolven
9 Ian Harris (C)
10 Richard Offen
Birthday compliments to Joy 9/7 PAT and Bert 15/7.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 27 July 2003 in 43m (11–0–18 in G)
1280 Cambridge Surprise Major
1 Laura Ivey
2 Josclyn Sloan
3 Joy Burrows
4 Mary Townsend
5 Deborah Hay
6 Laura Davies
7 Roger Lubbock
8 Eric White (C)
Congratulation to Michael and Elizabeth Harford on the birth of grandson, Julian Harford Taylor.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Sunday, 27 July 2003 (7–0–7 in B♭)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Kim Quinn
2 Lois Beaton
3 Carol Quinn
4 Allison McMillan
5 Geoff Milne (C)
6 Hayley Hill

Australian & New Zealand Association
Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia
All Saints
Wednesday, 30 July 2003 in 46m (10–0–4 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Delwyn Goldsmith
2 Esther Perrins
3 Richard Dean
4 Peter Parker (C)
5 Robert Walters
6 Annette Snars
Rung half muffled following the funeral of Canon Doug Crawford, Vicar of All Saints for 30 years and incumbent during the restoration and augmentation of the bells.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Thursday, 31 July 2003 in 48m (14–1–8 in F♯)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Devena Haggis
2 Laura Ivey
3 Vicki Hodgkin
4 Laura Davies
5 Eric White
6 Richard Offen
7 Bert Woolven (C)
8 Callum Crofton
First quarter peal in Southern Hemisphere - 8.
Rung for Bert & Jess Woolven's 37th Wedding Anniversary; welcome to Richard & Callum. Bon Voyage to Eric White.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Claremont, Western Australia
Christ Church
Friday, 1 August 2003 in 38m (6–1–21 in B♭)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Karen Venard
2 Mary Townsend (C)
3 Vicki Hodgkin
4 Laura Davies
5 Josclyn Sloan
6 John Townsend
First quarter peal - 1.
Rung in memory of Dorothy and Bernard Rammelt, parents of 1, whose wedding anniversary is remembered on 3rd August.

Australian & New Zealand Association
West Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia
St Pius X
Saturday, 2 August 2003 in 43m (5–3–27 in C)
1260 Doubles (3m)
(3 methods: 60 Stedman, 600 Grandsire, 600 Plain Bob.)
1 Deryn Griffiths
2 Brian Reed
3 Sheila Charles
4 Andrew Chin (C)
5 Billy Clarke
6 Teresa Daws
First Quarter Peal - 6.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 3 August 2003 in 45m (18–2–21 in E)
1250 Cambridge Surprise Major
1 Gordon Connon (C)
2 Richard Thomas
3 Dale Winter
4 June Catchpoole
5 Robert Walters
6 Katherine Downs
7 John Sibbald
8 Christopher O'Mahony
First of Surprise Major - 3.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 3 August 2003 in 40m (5–2–25 in B)
1320 London Surprise Minor
1 Bert Woolven
2 Mary Townsend
3 Josclyn Sloan
4 Laura Davies
5 Vicki Hodgkin
6 Eric White (C)
First quarter peal in method - 3, 4 & 5.
Rung to farewell Eric and Maree as they journey overseas.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
St John's Cathedral
Sunday, 3 August 2003 in 44m (7–2–13 in B)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Anne Etchells
2 Emma Hadfield (C)
3 Tim Essex
4 Robert Wirth
5 Peter Healy
6 Harold Bartlett
First quarter peal as conductor - 2.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Phililp's Church Hill
Sunday, 10 August 2003 in 48m (18–2–21 in E)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Gordon Connon
2 Magdalene D'Silva
3 Richard Thomas (C)
4 June Catchpoole
5 Rachael Eagle
6 Mark Palmer
7 John Sibbald
8 Neil Crosby
First quarter peal in method - 2.
Rung for the 144th Anniversary of the St Philip's Church Hill Society of Bellringers.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St James (Queen's Square)
Sunday, 10 August 2003 in 47m (10–0–12 in G)
1280 St James The Great Delight Major
1 Neil Crosby
2 Kirsten Crosby
3 Enid Roberts
4 Gordon Connon
5 John Sibbald
6 Katherine Downs
7 Ronald Shepherd
8 Christian Peckham (C)
First quarter peal in the method - 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8.
Rung for the dedication of the new bells on July 27th, the Sunday in the Octave of St James' Day.
First quarter peal on the bells.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Benedict, Broadway
Sunday, 10 August 2003 (14–0–18 in F)
1260 Doubles (2m)
(2 methods: Grandsire and Plain Bob.)
1 Malcolm Brady
2 Christian Peckham (C)
3 Pam Brock
4 Rachael Eagle
5 Ronald Shepherd
6 David Hobbs
Rung on St Lawrence day in memory of Laurence Curran.
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia St Benedict's Broadway (Blackfriars)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 10 August 2003 (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Laura Ivey
2 Callum Crofton
3 Josclyn Sloan
4 Deborah Hay
5 Vicki Hodgkin
6 Richard Offen
7 Bert Woolven (C)
8 David Knewstub
Rung for Ted Ivey's retirement and first birthday of grandson Jonathan.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Claremont, Western Australia
Christ Church
Sunday, 10 August 2003 in 37m (6–1–21 in B♭)
1260 Doubles (2m)
(2 methods: 780 Grandsire, 480 Plain Bob.)
1 Jayne Hodgkin
2 Susan Gillett
3 Mary Townsend (C)
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 Rhys Greenhalgh
6 John Townsend
Rung to celebrate the lives of Rusty Pearse and Barbara Newhouse long-time parishioners of Christ Church.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
Cathedral Church of St Paul
Tuesday, 12 August 2003 in 44m (10–1–8 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Jenny van der Merwe
2 Ruth Lightbourne
3 Gerald McIlhone
4 Christopher Jarman (C)
5 Alex Lindsay
6 Pleasance Purser
First quarter peal - 1.
Rung as a 60th birthday compliment to Bishop Tom Brown.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 13 August 2003 in 48m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1260 Stedman Triples
1 Elizabeth Andrews
2 Christian Peckham
3 Enid L Roberts
4 Andrew Goodyer
5 Gordon Connon
6 Rachael Eagle
7 Rachel Spratt (C)
8 Neil Crosby

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
St Benedict, Broadway
Friday, 15 August 2003 in 2h 58 (14–0–18 in F)
5040 Minor (3m)
1440 each St Clements, Cambridge S, 2160 Plain Bob,
1 R James Carter
2 Kirsten M L Crosby
3 Rachael L Eagle
4 H Gordon Connon
5 John R Sibbald
6 Christian M Peckham (C)
On the Feast of The Assumption of Blessed Virgin Mary to celebrate the life of Lawrence R A Curran. First peal on the restored bells.
Ringing World page reference: 4821.0900

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Saturday, 16 August 2003 in 45m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Spliced Surprise Major (3m)
(3 methods: Cambridge, Yorkshire, Rutland.)
1 Elizabeth Hill
2 Rachael Eagle
3 Gordon Connon
4 John Sibbald
5 David Bath
6 Enid L Roberts
7 John H Fryer (C)
8 Christian Peckhan

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Thursday, 21 August 2003 in 47m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Doubles (2m)
(2m: Not Given, Not Known)
1 Robert McManus
2 Laura Ivey
3 Vicki Hodgkin (C)
4 Laith Reynolds
5 Bert Woolven
6 David Knewstub
First quarter peal away from cover - 1.
Rung for National Daffodil Day (for Cancer Research).

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
St Mary's Cathedral
Saturday, 23 August 2003 in 3h 25 (34–1–3)
5052 Stedman Caters
Composed by W T Perrins
1 John H Fryer (C)
2 Hannah M Campbell
3 John R Sibbald
4 Mark W Palmer
5 Katherine M Downs
6 Rachael L Eagle
7 David C Bath
8 Christopher D O'Mahony
9 Christian M Peckham
10 James A D Woolford
First caters: 2. First Stedman Caters : 4. Rung in memory of Noel Francis Bowen. For the 50th Anniversary of the Coronation in the 52nd year of the reign of Elizabeth, Queen of Australia.
Ringing World page reference: 4821.0900

Australian & New Zealand Association
Papanui, Canterbury, New Zealand
St Paul's
Saturday, 23 August 2003 (6–0–26 in A♯)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Rod Shaw
2 Revd'd David Pickering
3 Lindsay Trott
4 Jo Faircloth
5 Robbie Richards (C)
6 John Crew
Rung to bid farewell to Jo Faircloth who returns to England after an extended stay in New Zealand. Best wishes from all of us.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 24 August 2003 in 43m (11–0–18 in G)
1280 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 Laura Ivey
2 Josclyn Sloan
3 Deborah Hay
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 Mary Townsend
6 Deborah Thorley
7 Bert Woolven
8 Ian Harris (C)
First quarter peal in method - 2 & 4.
Especially arranged for Deborah Thorley's visit to Western Australia.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Castlereagh, New South Wales, Australia
Uniting Church [The Upper Room]
Sunday, 24 August 2003 (3–1–20 in E)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Robert Shepherd
2 Delwyn Goldsmith
3 Ronald Shepherd
4 David Hobbs
5 Rachael Eagle (C)
6 Scott Jones
First quarter peal - 6.
First quarter peal inside - 4.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Philip's Church Hill
Sunday, 31 August 2003 (10–0–1 in G♯)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Matthew Sait
2 Richard Thomas
3 Pam Brock
4 June Catchpoole
5 David Killner
6 Gordon Connon (C)
Farewell to Rector who is retiring at the end of the year. Also acknowledging the service today for Richard III Society.
[Rung on front 6.].
[Ringing World # 4822. Page 930 (26th September, 2003).]

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 31 August 2003 in 40m (11–0–18 in G)
1264 Plain Bob Major
1 Richard Offen (C)
2 Callum Crofton
3 Joy Burrows
4 Mary Townsend
5 Deborah Hay
6 Christopher Goodwin
7 Josclyn Sloan
8 Roger Lubbock
First quarter peal of major - 2.
Rung for Evensong.
[This quarter peal record is recorded in the Tower Log, and Ringing World # 4822, Page 929].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia
All Saints
Tuesday, 2 September 2003 (10–0–4 in G)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Wendy Daw
2 William S Deason
3 Ronald K Russ
4 E Ann Williams
5 Kenneth J Rider
6 Neil O Skelton
7 Raymond H Daw (C)
8 Ross G W Robertson
Rung in memory of Judith Robertson (died 4/4/03) who rang here with some of us on a previous tour in April 1997.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 3 September 2003 in 64m (34–1–3 in C♯)
1440 Yorkshire Surprise Royal
1 Hannah Campbell
2 Elizabeth Hill
3 Andrew Goodyer
4 Rachael Eagle
5 David Bath
6 John Sibbald
7 Christian Peckham (C)
8 John H Fryer
9 Christopher O'Mahony
10 James Woolford
Rung before the Episcopal Ordination of Fr Julian Porteous and Fr Anthony Fisher O.P. as Auxillary Bishops of Sydney.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Saturday, 6 September 2003 in 48m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1260 Stedman Triples
1 James Woolford
2 Bernie Sharp
3 Elizabeth Hill
4 Richard Thomas
5 Rachael Eagle
6 John H Fryer (C)
7 Christopher O'Mahony
8 Owen Woolford

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 7 September 2003 in 38m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Jayne Hodgkin
2 Josclyn Sloan
3 Deborah Hay (C)
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 Mary Townsend
6 Bert Woolven
First quarter peal as conductor of minor - 3.
Birthday compliments to Callum Crofton for 5/9/2003.
Rung for Evensong.
.
[Ringing World # 4822. Page 969. & Tower Log].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
St David's Cathedral
Sunday, 7 September 2003 (21–2–8 in E)
1280 Cambridge Surprise Major
1 Wendy Daw
2 Neil O Skelton
3 Ronald K Russ
4 John H Gibb
5 Ross G W Robertson
6 Douglas W Nichols
7 C Michael Orme
8 Raymond H Daw (C)
Rung after Sung Eucharist.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 10 September 2003 in 48m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1250 Spliced Surprise Major (3m)
(3 methods: Cambridge, Yorkshire, Rutland.)
1 James Woolford
2 Bernie Sharp
3 Rachel Spratt
4 Graham Harman
5 Gordon Connon
6 Rachael Eagle
7 Thomas W Goodyer (C)
8 Andrew Goodyer
[LTQP].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Tower
Wednesday, 10 September 2003 in 55m (29–0–14 in C♯)
1276 Plain Bob Sextuples
1 C Michael Orme
2 H Mary Barrass
3 David R Ingram
4 E Ann Williams
5 William S Deason
6 David W Jack
7 John H Gibb
8 Ronald K Russ
9 Ross G W Robertson
10 John Adcock
11 Neil O Skelton
12 Roger Lubbock
13 Raymond H Daw (C)
14 Revd'd Patrick C F Wooster
First quarter peal on 14 bells for all except 3rd.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Tower
Thursday, 11 September 2003 in 54m (29–0–14 in C♯)
1260 Plain Bob Royal
1 Jenny Kennett
2 William S Deason
3 Kenneth J Rider
4 Wendy Daw
5 Ronald K Russ
6 Scott Wheaver
7 Neil O Skelton
8 David R Ingram
9 Raymond H Daw (C)
10 C Michael Orme
First quarter peal on 10 - 1.
[2 of 2 on day.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Swan Bells
Thursday, 11 September 2003 in 49m (29–0–14 in C♯)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Callum Crofton
2 Joy Burrows
3 Deborah Hay
4 Tony Murray-Feist
5 Vicki Hodgkin
6 Bert Woolven (C)
7 Richard Offen
8 David Knewstub
100th quarter peal - 5.
Rung in memory of all those killed in New York 2 years ago today.
[1 of 2 on day.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
St Peter's Cathedral
Thursday, 11 September 2003 (7–0–7 in B♭)
1260 Doubles
(Mixed? [?] Methods: Not Given, Not Known)
1 Lois Beaton
2 Simon McMillan
3 Geoff Milne
4 John Hadfield (C)
5 Allison McMillan
6 Hayley Hill
First quarter peal of (mixed) doubles for all.
Rung for the 25th wedding anniversary of John and Robyn Hadfield, on 10th September, 2003.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 14 September 2003 in 40m (11–0–18 in G)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Callum Crofton
2 Mary Townsend
3 Laura Davies
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 Deborah Hay
6 Richard Offen
7 Bert Woolven (C)
8 David Knewstub
Rung for Evensong and a Get Well Wishes to Laura Ivey.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Mosman Park, Western Australia
St Hilda's of Whitby, School Chapel
Sunday, 14 September 2003 in 39m (4–0–22 in D)
1260 Stedman Triples
1 Bert Woolven
2 Wenjing Zhuang
3 Mary Townsend
4 Vicki Hodgkin
5 Deborah Hay
6 Tony Murray Feist
7 Richard Offen (C)
8 Callum Crofton
First quarter peal in method - 2.
Bon Voyage to Richard and Callum and see you back in December. ..
[Ringing World. # 4823. Page 954.].

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
St Mary's Basilica
Wednesday, 17 September 2003 (11–0–0 in G♯)
1296 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Margaret E Goodyer
2 Bernie Sharp
3 Gordon Connon
4 Rachael Eagle
5 Paul Doyle
6 Thomas W Goodyer (C)