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Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Mary
Friday, 1 January 2021 in 80m (14–3–8 in F♯)
2021 Spliced Surprise + Original Royal (14m/1p)
200 Superlative No.2 Surprise; 160 each Anglia Surprise, Cambridge Surprise, Clyde Surprise, Lockington Surprise, Middlesex Surprise, Yorkshire Surprise; 120 each Bristol Surprise, Ely Surprise, Kenninghall Surprise, London No.3 Surprise, Oakham Surprise, Pudsey Surprise, Swindon Surprise; 21 Original; 14 com.
Composed by William T Perrins
1 Esther Perrins
2 James Perrins
3 Bill Perrins
4 Nigel Bailey
5 Peter Harrison
6 Richard Webster
7 Murray-Luke Peard
8 Christopher O'Mahony
9 Phil Goodyer
10 Thomas Perrins (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
The Bell Tower (Swan Bells)
Friday, 1 January 2021 (29–0–14 in C♯)
1259 Grandsire Caters
1 Julie Taylor
2 Pat Lubbock
3 Deb Hay
4 Mary Townsend
5 Tony Murray Feist
6 Michael Collinson
7 Richard Offen
8 Callum Crofton
9 Ian Harris (C)
10 Roger Lubbock
To celebrate the arrival of the new year.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 3 January 2021 in 66m (4–1–21)
2021 Singles (2m)
2016 Kentish Treble Place and 5 Bastow Little Court. Rung on bells 1,4 and 6 due to Covid-19 social distancing requirements.
1 Margaret Weatherby
2 Pete Corlis
3 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
Happy New Year to All for 2021 !!!!

Australian & New Zealand Association
Eastwood, New South Wales
4 Spencer St
Monday, 4 January 2021 in 33m (8 in C)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1–2 Bill Perrins (C)
3–4 James Perrins
5–6 John Fryer

Australian & New Zealand Association
Eastwood, New South Wales
4 Spencer St
Monday, 4 January 2021 in 42m (12 in F)
1312 Spliced Surprise Major (8m)
1–2 Bill Perrins
3–4 Thomas Perrins (C)
5–6 James Perrins
7–8 Murray-Luke Peard
First QP of Spliced Surprise Major in hand: 7-8

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
The John David Ring
Thursday, 7 January 2021 (9lb 10oz in F♯)
1296 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Colin Saxelby
2 Philippa Bowron
3 Janet Grocott
4 Ruth Lightbourne
5 Christopher Jarman
6 Dylan Thomas (C)
A birthday compliment for Gerald and Gill McIlhone and Mary Williams, and a welcome back for Philippa.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
The Bell Tower
Thursday, 7 January 2021 in 47m (14–1–8 in F♯)
1280 Plain Bob Major
Composed by R Offen
1 Ian Harris
2 Pat Lubbock
3 Deb Hay
4 Tony Murray-Feist
5 Michael Collinson
6 Richard Offen
7 Roger Lubbock
8 Adam Beer (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Claremont, Western Australia
Christ Church
Thursday, 7 January 2021 in 38m (6–1–21 in B♭)
1272 Quarantine Delight Minor
Arranged by A J Beer
1 Mary Townsend
2 Corinne Rule
3 Callum Crofton
4 Richard Offen
5 Ian Harris
6 Adam Beer (C)
First quarter in the method. Quarantine Delight: X56X1456X12X16X12X1256-12. 275th quarter on the bells: 4. Because we can.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
The John David Ring
Saturday, 9 January 2021 in 35m (9lb 10oz in F♯)
1320 London Surprise Minor
1 Janet Grocott
2 Philippa Bowron
3 Ruth Lightbourne
4 Gerald McIlhone
5 Christopher Jarman
6 Dylan Thomas (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Peter
Saturday, 9 January 2021 in 42m (7–0–7 in B♭)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Nicholas Hadfield
2 John Hadfield
3 Carol Quinn
4 Simon McMillan
5 Geoff Milne (C)
6 Hayden Gray
Rung immediately after the wedding of Emily Sole and Hayden Henderson. First quarter peal on the bells for 10 months.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
Cathedral Church of St Paul
Sunday, 10 January 2021 (7–2–21 in A)
1272 Spliced Surprise Minor (2m)
648 Cambridge, 624 Primrose Surprise Minor, 13 CoM AtW.
1 Janet Grocott
2 Andrew Dicks
3 Ruth Lightbourne
4 Dylan Thomas
5 Gerald McIlhone (C)
6 Christopher Jarman
Wishing Derek Williams a swift return to the belfry.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 10 January 2021 in 39m (4–1–21)
1260 Court Singles
Rung on bells 1,3 and 6 due to Covid 19 requirements.
1 Margaret Weatherby
2 Pete Corlis
3 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
Rung in memory of parishioner Faye Sherf who died yesterday and was loved by many in the Nimbin community and was a powerful witness to Jesus’ love in action.
Also for the "Pink Test" (Australia vs India at the SCG) which is in memory of Jane McGrath, wife of fast bowler Glenn McGrath, who died of breast cancer in 2008. The Pink Test raises money for breast care nurses in communities across Australia and increase breast health awareness.
First blows in method for all.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Goulburn, New South Wales
131 Bradley Street
Sunday, 10 January 2021 in 41m (15 in C)
1264 Plain Bob Major
1–2 James Heyes
3–4 Andrew Waddell
5–6 Christopher O'Mahony (C)
7–8 William Ryan
First qp of major on an inside pair: 3-4.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Mary
Friday, 15 January 2021 in 52m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Spliced Surprise Royal (14m)
120 each Ely, Clyde, Kenninghall, Bristol; 80 each Middlesex, Lockington, Anglia, Superlative (No. 2), Yorkshire, Oakham, Cambridge, Pudsey, London (No. 3), Swindon; 31 com
Composed by Thomas Perrins
1 Murray-Luke Peard
2 Andrew Davies
3 Esther Perrins
4 Bill Perrins
5 Richard Webster
6 Christopher O'Mahony
7 James Perrins
8 Peter Harrison
9 Phil Goodyer
10 Thomas Perrins (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
Wellington Cathedral of St Paul Flag Room
Saturday, 16 January 2021 (15 in C)
1320 Chadkirk Treble Bob Minor
1–2 Ruth Lightbourne
3–4 Christopher Jarman
5–6 Dylan Thomas (C)
First as conductor on handbells.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
Cathedral Church of St George
Sunday, 17 January 2021 in 42m (11–0–18 in G)
1280 Cambridge Surprise Major
1 Mary Townsend
2 Deb Hay
3 Jos Sloan
4 Callum Crofton
5 Richard Offen
6 Vicki Greenhalgh
7 Andrew Ling
8 Ian Harris (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 17 January 2021 in 43m (6–0–14)
1260 Court Singles
Rung on bells 1,3,6 and 7.
1 Julia Stewart
2 Kevin Walsh
3 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
4 Margaret Weatherby
First time 4 bells have been rung for service ringing since the 8th March 2020. Rung using the new Covid-19 requirements of 2 sq metres per person and using the ringers of tower bells 6 and 7 as a household/family bubble. 1.5 metres social distancing is otherwise still required limiting otherwise to only 3 ringers with the current 1.5 metre social distancing requirement.
Celebrating the daughter and family of ringer 1 moving back to the area and celebrating together this weekend.
First QP in method for 1 and 2.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Tanthwaite Farm, Oliver Road, Cambridge, Waikato NZ
Monday, 18 January 2021
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1–2 Mary Sluter
3–4 Arnold Smith
5–6 Frank Sluter (C)
Birthday compliment for Mary

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Andrew
Monday, 18 January 2021 in 51m (13–1–10 in F♯)
1320 Spliced Surprise Minor (2m)
720 Cambridge; 600 London; 22 com; atw.
Composed by Graham A C John
1 Margaret Hill
2 Jennifer Davies
3 Phil Goodyer
4 Thomas Perrins
5 Peter Harrison (C)
6 James Perrins

Australian & New Zealand Association
Eastwood, New South Wales
4 Spencer Street
Monday, 18 January 2021 in 40m (12 in F)
1280 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1–2 Esther Perrins (C)
3–4 James Perrins
5–6 Bill Perrins
7–8 Phil Goodyer

Australian & New Zealand Association
Eastwood, New South Wales
4 Spencer St
Tuesday, 19 January 2021 in 38m (10 in A♯)
1280 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1–2 Esther Perrins (C)
3–4 James Perrins
5–6 Bill Perrins
7–8 John Fryer

Australian & New Zealand Association
Pukerua Bay, New Zealand
6 Pukerua Beach Road
Wednesday, 20 January 2021 (15 in C)
1296 Francis Genius Delight Minor
1–2 Christopher Jarman
3–4 Ruth Lightbourne
5–6 Dylan Thomas (C)
Belated birthday compliment to Tess Whineray, cousin of 5-6.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Brisbane, Queensland
St John's Cathedral
Friday, 22 January 2021 (7–2–13)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Rachel Aland
2 Harold Bartlett
3 Kenneth Wong
4 Kellie Hajek
5 Ian McCulloch
6 Patrick Johns (C)
Rung in memory of Mavis Johns, mother of the ringer of 6, who died peacefully on 24th Dec 2020, aged 95, in Llangollen.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Eyrewell Forest, New Zealand
Karearea Bells
Saturday, 23 January 2021 in 39m (10lb 6oz in G)
1300 Mixed Doubles (2m/1v)
1 Anita Adams
2 Lindsay Trott
3 Mark Harris (C)
4 Christian Westrip
5 Terry Spearing
6 Mike Clayton
On the back six. A birthday compliment to the conductor.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Mary
Tuesday, 26 January 2021 in 3h 24 (14–3–8 in F♯)
5040 Spliced Surprise Royal (14m)
360 each Anglia, Bristol, Cambridge, Clyde, Ely, Kenninghall, Lockington, London No.3, Middlesex, Oakham, Pudsey, Superlative No.2, Swindon, Yorkshire; 125 com; atw.
Composed by Thomas Perrins
1 Murray-Luke Peard
2 Nigel J Bailey
3 Esther M Perrins
4 William T Perrins
5 Richard F Webster
6 Christopher D O'Mahony
7 James W Perrins
8 Peter I Harrison
9 Philip R Goodyer
10 Thomas M Perrins (C)
For all Australians
Ringing World page reference: 5729.0131

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
The Bell Tower
Tuesday, 26 January 2021 in 47m (14–1–8 in F♯)
1280 Yorkshire Surprise Major
Composed by Richard Offen
1 Julie Taylor
2 Mary Townsend
3 Debbie Hay
4 Callum Crofton
5 Tony Murray Feist
6 Richard Offen (C)
7 Roger Lubbock
8 Ian Harris
On Australia Day. First of Surprise Major: 1. 600th on the bells: 6.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
International Airport
Wednesday, 27 January 2021 in 25m (8 in C)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1–2 Ruth Lightbourne
3–4 Christopher Jarman (C)
5–6 Dylan Thomas
Almost sabotaged by a very loud announcement, luckily only 1 bob from the end.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, New Zealand
The Waikato Mini Ring
Wednesday, 27 January 2021 in 33m (10lb 3oz in G)
1320 Oswald Delight Minor
View composition
1 Ruth Lightbourne
2 Dylan Thomas
3 Christopher Jarman
4 Mary Sluter
5 Michael Stone
6 Frank Sluter (C)
Wishing Derek Williams and Philippa Bowron a speedy recovery.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, New Zealand
The Waikato Mini Ring
Wednesday, 27 January 2021 (10lb 3oz in G)
1440 Spliced Plain Minor (3m)
576 Plain Bob Minor, 576 Double Bob Minor, 288 St Clements College Bob Minor
1 Janet Grocott
2 Mary Sluter
3 Michael Stone
4 Dylan Thomas
5 Christopher Jarman
6 Frank Sluter (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, New Zealand
The Waikato Mini Ring
Wednesday, 27 January 2021 in 30m (10lb 3oz in G)
1320 York Surprise Minor
Composed by Traditional
1 Michael Stone
2 Ruth Lightbourne
3 Janet Grocott
4 Christopher Jarman
5 Mary Sluter
6 Dylan Thomas (C)
A birthday compliment to Janet Grocott.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, New Zealand
The Waikato Mini Ring
Wednesday, 27 January 2021 in 35m (10lb 3oz in G)
1272 Barham Delight Minor
View composition
1 Janet Grocott
2 Ruth Lightbourne
3 Dylan Thomas (C)
4 Christopher Jarman
5 Frank Sluter
6 Michael Stone

Australian & New Zealand Association
West Heidelberg, Victoria
St Pius X
Thursday, 28 January 2021 in 42m (5–3–27 in C)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Sue Pacey
2 Mariane Merati
3 Andrew Cole
4 David Pacey
5 David Smith
6 Brian Pettet (C)
Rung to celebrate the life of Penny Whittaker-Wright. Friend of Mariane, who learned to ring together in 1970 at Waltham Abbey Essex. Also dear ringing friend at the time of Andrew Barham and Phillip Austin

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, New Zealand
The Waikato Mini Ring
Thursday, 28 January 2021 (10lb 3oz in G)
1260 Mixed Doubles (11m)
60 Grandsire, 120 each of St Remigius, Huntley, Winchendon Place, St Nicholas, Reverse Canterbury, St Osmond, Eynesbury, St Martin's, St Simon's, Plain Bob
1 Janet Grocott
2 Wendy Tyrrell
3 Michael Stone
4 Frank Sluter
5 Mary Sluter (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, New Zealand
The Waikato Mini Ring
Friday, 29 January 2021 (10lb 3oz in G)
1344 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 Janet Grocott
2 Dylan Thomas
3 Michael Stone
4 Ruth Lightbourne
5 Mary Sluter
6 Wendy Tyrrell
7 Frank Sluter
8 Christopher Jarman (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, New Zealand
The Waikato Mini Ring
Friday, 29 January 2021 (10lb 3oz in G)
1320 Oxford Treble Bob Minor
1 Dylan Thomas
2 Ruth Lightbourne
3 Janet Grocott
4 Wendy Tyrrell
5 Christopher Jarman
6 Frank Sluter (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, New Zealand
The Waikato Mini Ring
Friday, 29 January 2021 (10lb 3oz in G)
1260 Mixed Doubles (11m)
60 Grandsire, 120 each of St Remigius, Huntley, Winchendon Place, St Nicholas, Reverse Canterbury, St Osmund, Eynesbury, St Martin's, St Simon's, Plain Bob.
1 Janet Grocott
2 Karen Layton
3 Frank Sluter
4 Michael Stone
5 Mary Sluter (C)
6 Wendy Tyrrell
Most doubles methods - 2.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Peter
Saturday, 30 January 2021 in 45m (7–0–7 in B♭)
1320 Doubles (3m)
480 each St Simon's and St Martin's, 360 Plain Bob.
1 Nicholas Hadfield
2 John Hadfield (C)
3 Carol Quinn
4 Simon McMillan
5 Geoff Milne
6 Hayden Gray
In memoriam Margaret Goodyer, 20.06.1928 - 29.01.2021.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
St Philip, Church Hill
Sunday, 31 January 2021 in 46m (9–2–5)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 David Killner
2 Lindsay Small
3 Jim Carter
4 Bernie Sharp
5 Richard Thomas (C)
6 Natalie Ide
To celebrate the life of Margaret Goodyer, a much loved ringer throughout ANZAB circles. Gordon and Anne Connon, Elaine Lee, June Catchpoole and Maggi Fisher wish to be associated with this quarter peal.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 31 January 2021 in 35m (4–0–21)
1260 Cambridge Micromus Two
Rung on bells 2,3 and 6 with ringers of 2 and 3 being members of a household/family bubble. Cambridge Micromus (or Two) CCC Collection of Methods id 40458, notation ---12-,12
1 Margaret Weatherby
2 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
3 John Maloney
Rung to celebrate ringer 3's 25 years of service to St Carthages Community Care in the area of senior citizens and helping others in Lismore.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Eastwood, New South Wales
4 Spencer Street
Sunday, 31 January 2021 in 35m (12 in F)
1250 Spliced Surprise Major (3m)
Comprising 546 Turramurra, 352 Quedgeley and 352 Yorkshire.
Composed by W T Perrins (Arr)
1–2 Esther Perrins
3–4 Thomas Perrins
5–6 James Perrins
7–8 Bill Perrins (C)
Rung to celebrate the life of Margaret Goodyer who died on Friday 29th, aged 92. She was a lifelong ringer who had a considerable influence on Sydney ringing. The methods rung were named for places of significance in Margaret's life.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
St Philip, Church Hill
Wednesday, 3 February 2021 in 49m (9–2–5)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Jeanne Crozier
2 Bernie Sharp
3 Richard Thomas
4 David Killner
5 Lindsay Small (C)
6 Natalie Ide
Rung for the 233rd Anniversary of the First Christian Service in Australia and for the June Gift.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Mary
Wednesday, 3 February 2021 in 55m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1280 Spliced Surprise Royal (14m)
120 each Ely, Clyde, Kenninghall, Bristol; 80 each Middlesex, Lockington, Anglia, Superlative (No. 2), Yorkshire, Oakham, Cambridge, Pudsey, London (No. 3), Swindon; 31 com
Composed by Thomas Perrins
1 Jennifer Davies
2 Rachel Perrins
3 Bill Perrins
4 Esther Perrins
5 Andrew Davies
6 Richard Webster
7 Nigel Bailey
8 Murray-Luke Peard
9 Peter Harrison
10 Thomas Perrins (C)
Remembering Margaret Goodyer

Australian & New Zealand Association
Darling Point, New South Wales
St Mark
Thursday, 4 February 2021 in 45m (8)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Esther Perrins
2 Bill Perrins (C)
3 Richard Thomas
4 Peter McEvoy
5 Ron Shepherd
6 David Killner
Remembering Captain Tom Moore.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Mary
Friday, 5 February 2021 in 52m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1260 Grandsire Triples
View composition
1 Margaret Hill
2 Kathi Downs
3 Enid Roberts
4 Bill Perrins
5 Esther Perrins
6 Paul Doyle
7 Peter Harrison (C)
8 David Killner
Rung to celebrate the life of Margaret Goodyer, 1928-2021.
Murray-Luke Peard and Rusty Walters would like to be associated with this Quarter Peal.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
Cathedral Church of St Paul
Sunday, 7 February 2021 in 45m (7–2–21 in A)
1296 Oswald Delight Minor
1 Janet Grocott
2 Ruth Lightbourne
3 Andrew Dicks
4 Gerald McIlhone
5 Dylan Thomas
6 Christopher Jarman (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 7 February 2021 in 38m (4–1–21)
1260 Bar Point Singles
Rung on bells 1,3 and 6 ("the Covid 3") due to social distancing requirements.
1 Julia Stewart
2 Kevin Walsh
3 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
Rung for the first "Messy Church" in the Parish, last night at the centre of Dunoon and today following the QP at St Andrew's.
1st in method for 1 and 2.
Thank you to our friends in Overton, Hampshire, David and Christine Holmes.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Andrew
Wednesday, 10 February 2021 (29–0–4 in C♯)
92 Tolling
12 James Perrins
Previously recorded at St Andrew's Cathedral Sydney and played at the conclusion of Margaret Goodyer's funeral on 10 February 2021 at Macquarie Park, Sydney.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Eastwood, New South Wales
4 Spencer St
Wednesday, 10 February 2021 in 2h 31 (12 in F)
5056 Basingstoke Surprise Major
Composed by A. J. Pitman
1–2 Esther M Perrins
3–4 Thomas M Perrins
5–6 James W Perrins
7–8 William T Perrins (C)
Rung for the 125th anniversary of Alice White's first peal (12/02/1896).
Thanks to Howard Smith who gave us the idea.
First handbell peal in the method.
Ringing World page reference: 5738.0344

Australian & New Zealand Association
Turramurra, New South Wales
St James
Saturday, 13 February 2021 (9–3–9 in A♭)
92 Plain Bob Doubles
Variable hunt
1 Rachel Houston
2 Geoff Goodyer
3 Judy Nolan
4 Andrew Goodyer
5 Philip Goodyer
6 Geoff Nolan
In memory of Margaret Goodyer, died 29 January 2021 aged 92 years. Rung by her five children and son-in-law.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
St James, Queen's Square
Sunday, 14 February 2021 (10–0–12 in G)
720 Plain Bob Minor
1 Zelda Doyle
2 Pam Brock
3 Anna Bosman
4 Enid Roberts
5 Marylon Coates
6 Kathi Downs (C)
Rung as part of a weekend celebrating the 125th anniversary of the first woman to ring a tower bell peal.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Christ Church St Laurence
Sunday, 14 February 2021 in 45m (10–3–8)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Bev Oakes
2 Anna Bosman
3 Margaret Hill
4 Hannah Musgrove
5 Kate Simms (C)
6 Priscilla Yuen
Rung to commemorate Alice White, the first woman to ring a tower bell peal, in 1896

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Mary
Sunday, 14 February 2021 in 3h 24 (14–3–8 in F♯)
5040 Spliced Surprise Royal (14m)
Composed by Thomas Perrins
1 Christopher D O'Mahony
2 Thomas M Perrins (C)
3 Andrew P J Davies
4 Esther M Perrins
5 Richard F Webster
6 Murray-Luke Peard
7 William T Perrins
8 Peter I Harrison
9 Philip R Goodyer
10 James W Perrins
Project completed: what should have taken 8 months took 18.
Ringing World page reference: 5731.0183

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 14 February 2021 in 38m (4–1–21)
1272 Holmes Singles
Rung on the "COVID 3" (bells 1, 3 and 6).
Composed by Christine and David Holmes
1 Margaret Weatherby (C)
2 Kevin Walsh
3 Robert Weatherby Snr
Rung for the 13th Anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations (yesterday), recognising the grief, suffering and loss inflicted on the First Peoples of this Land. Believed to be the first time method rung as a quarter peal.
First in method for all.
Hello to our friends, The Holmes from Overton, Hampshire.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, New Zealand
Waikato Cathedral Church of St Peter
Sunday, 14 February 2021 in 45m (20–2–6 in E)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Pam McAdam
2 Michael Stone
3 Mary Sluter
4 Karen Layton
5 Wendy Tyrrell
6 John Barnard
7 Frank Sluter (C)
8 Daniel Watson
To celebrate the 80th birthday of Pam McAdam (treble)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, New Zealand
The Waikato Mini Ring
Sunday, 14 February 2021 (10lb 3oz in G)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Karen Layton
2 Mary Sluter
3 Wendy Tyrrell
4 Richard Layton
5 Frank Sluter (C)
6 Michael Stone
First of Grandsire inside - 4.
Rung to celebrate the lives of Thomas Thompson, grandfather of 4, and
Michael L Lashford, ringer from Halesowen.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, New Zealand
222 Houchens Road
Thursday, 18 February 2021
1260 Single Oxford Bob Minor
1–2 Mary Sluter
3–4 Wendy Tyrrell
5–6 Frank Sluter (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
Cathedral Church of St Francis Xavier
Thursday, 18 February 2021 in 49m (8–3–18 in A♭)
1320 London Surprise Minor
Composed by Traditional
1 Philip Goodyer
2 Hannah Tayler
3 Kevin Stracey
4 Peter Norman
5 Matthew Ball (C)
6 Michelle Harrison
First in method 2,4

Australian & New Zealand Association
Kingston, ACT, Australia
101/56 Printers Way
Friday, 19 February 2021 in 31m (11 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1–2 James Heyes
3–4 Christopher O'Mahony
5–6 Andrew Waddell (C)
First quarter peal as conductor.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Mary
Monday, 22 February 2021 in 53m (34–1–3 in C♯)
1260 Grandsire Triples
View composition
1 Margaret Hill
2 Esther Perrins
3 Richard Thomas
4 Bill Perrins
5 Ron Shepherd
6 James Perrins
7 Peter Harrison (C)
8 Murray-Luke Peard
Rung to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Christchurch earthquake which killed 185 people and caused the collapse of Christchurch Cathedral.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Eyrewell Forest, New Zealand
Karearea Bells
Monday, 22 February 2021 in 37m (10lb 6oz in G)
1300 Mixed Doubles (2m/1v)
1 Mike Clayton
2 Mark C Harris (C)
3 Christian P Westrip
4 Terry Spearing
5 Mandy Spearing
6 Karen Robinson
Rung by members of the Christchurch Cathedral Society of Bellringers on the 10th anniversary of the Christchurch Earthquake. Remembering the 185 lives lost, as well as those who still carry the injuries and memories that won't go away.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Papanui, New Zealand
St Paul
Wednesday, 24 February 2021 in 51m (6–3–0)
1344 Plain Bob Triples
1 Midge E Stark
2 Lindsay E Trott
3 Mandy Spearing
4 Robert N Richards
5 Christian P Westrip
6 Bryan A Murray
7 Ronald J Stevens (C)
8 Christopher D C Oldham
Rung to observe the tenth anniversary of the earthquake that struck our city of Christchurch; its destructiveness and the casualties are not forgotten.

Australian & New Zealand Association
West Heidelberg, Victoria
St Pius X
Saturday, 27 February 2021 in 40m (5–3–27 in C)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Edith Fry
2 Marylon Coates
3 Sue Pacey
4 Kathi Downs
5 Deryn Griffiths (C)
6 Merienne Shortridge
Rung as part of a weekend celebrating Women in Ringing, organised for the 125th anniversary of the first woman, Alice White, to ring a tower bell peal.

Australian & New Zealand Association
West Heidelberg, Victoria
St Pius X
Sunday, 28 February 2021 in 39m (5–3–27 in C)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Kristal Spreadborough
2 Kathi Downs
3 Sue Pacey
4 Mariane Merati
5 Deryn Griffiths (C)
6 Marylon Coates
First quarter-peal away from the tenor: 1
Rung as part of a weekend celebrating Women in Ringing, organised for the 125th anniversary of the first woman, Alice White, to ring a tower bell peal.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Christ Church St Laurence
Sunday, 28 February 2021 in 45m (10–3–8 in G)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Sam Rorke
2 Bill Perrins
3 Richard Thomas
4 Graham Harman
5 Jenny Davies
6 Richard Webster
7 James Perrins (C)
8 Kin Mun Kan
First QP: 1
First QP on 8: 8

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 28 February 2021 in 39m (4–1–21)
1272 Lismore and Overton Singles
Rung on the "COVID 3" (bells 1, 3 and 6).
Composed by David Holmes
1 Margaret Weatherby
2 Julia Stewart
3 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
Rung to celebrate the life of Captain Sir Tom Moore.
The QP was followed by tower bell 8 (tenor, 6-3-14) being tolled by 1.
Believed method rung for the first time and named Lismore and Overton (3.3.3.3.1.1.3.1) being method no 13 from group 13 of singles methods with 8 changes per lead provided by David Holmes. Thank you David. Others will follow.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Peter
Sunday, 28 February 2021 in 42m (7–0–7 in B♭)
1260 Doubles (4m)
300 Grandsire, 480 Plain Bob, 240 each St Simon's and St Martin's.
1 Nicholas Hadfield
2 Carol Quinn
3 John Hadfield
4 Geoff Milne
5 Simon McMillan (C)
6 Hayden Gray
A belated welcome to Harper Grace Burrough (b. 7.10.2019) 3rd grand-daughter of the conductor, and Quinn Hadfield Edwards (b. 4.4.2020) 2nd grandson of 3 and nephew of 1.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Brisbane, Queensland
St John's Cathedral
Wednesday, 3 March 2021 in 45m (7–2–13)
1272 Norwich Surprise Minor
1 Rachel Aland
2 Harold Bartlett
3 David Smith
4 Patrick Johns
5 Ian McCulloch
6 Kellie Hajek (C)
Rung in memory of Shirley Joan Coe, talented pianist and great-aunt of the conductor, who passed away on 27th February 2021 at the age of 91.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
The Bell Tower
Thursday, 4 March 2021 in 47m (14–1–8)
1260 Grandsire Triples
Composed by R. Offen
1 Kate Thomson
2 Jayne Hodgkin
3 Julie Taylor
4 Michael Collinson
5 Tony Murray-Feist
6 Ian Harris
7 Josclyn Sloan (C)
8 Roger Lubbock
To celebrate the 125th anniversary of the first woman, Alice White, to ring a peal on tower bells.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 7 March 2021 in 39m (4–1–21)
1272 Wilsons River Singles
Rung on the "COVID 3" (bells 1, 3 and 6).
Composed by David Holmes
1 Margaret Weatherby
2 Kevin Walsh
3 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
Rung prior to the Messy Church service.
Believed method rung for the first time and named Wilsons River (3.3.1.1.3.1.1.1) being method no 55 from group 55 of singles methods with 8 changes per lead provided by David Holmes. Thank you David.
Lismore is situated on the Wilsons River which regularly floods and inundates parts of Lismore outside the flood levee. Last week was the annual Flood Awareness Week in Lismore.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
34 Elmslie Road, Pinehaven
Tuesday, 9 March 2021 in 28m (13 in E)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1–2 Christopher Jarman
3–4 Gerald McIlhone
5–6 Ruth Lightbourne (C)
Practising conducting

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
The John David Ring
Wednesday, 10 March 2021 (9lb 10oz in F♯)
1320 Treble Dodging Delight Minor (2m)
600 Kentish Delight 720 Berkeley Delight
1 Philippa Bowron
2 Ruth Lightbourne
3 Mary Sluter
4 Christopher Jarman
5 Gerald McIlhone
6 Frank Sluter (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Burwood, New South Wales
St Paul
Thursday, 11 March 2021 in 11m (11–0–8 in G)
311 Tolling
8 Pam Brock
Tolled for Global Multi Faith climate change awareness

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
The John David Ring
Friday, 12 March 2021 (9lb 10oz in F♯)
1320 Treble Dodging Delight Minor (2m)
600 Edinburgh 720 Pembroke
1 Philippa Bowron
2 Mary Sluter
3 Ruth Lightbourne
4 Gerald McIlhone
5 Christopher Jarman
6 Frank Sluter (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
The John David Ring
Saturday, 13 March 2021 (9lb 10oz in F♯)
1260 Candlesby Treble Place Triples
Composed by Excalibur v 4.3.1
1 Philippa Bowron
2 Mary Sluter
3 Christopher Jarman
4 Ruth Lightbourne
5 Andrew Dicks
6 Frank Sluter
7 Gerald McIlhone (C)
8 Janet Grocott
Method named Candlesby Treble Place Triples: 7.1.7.1.7.1.567.1.7.1.7.1.7.1,127

Australian & New Zealand Association
Goulburn, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Saviour
Saturday, 13 March 2021 in 47m (8–1–11 in A)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Stephen Relf
2 James Perrins
3 James Heyes
4 Matthew Sait
5 Christopher O'Mahony
6 Andrew Waddell (C)
7 Shane Daly (cover)
Rung to welcome Elliot Daly, firstborn for Shane Daly. First towerbell QP as conductor.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
Old St Paul's
Sunday, 14 March 2021 (3–3–25 in E♭)
1260 Doubles (4m)
180 Grandsire, 360 each St Simon's, St Martin's, and Plain Bob.
1 Dylan Thomas (C)
2 Christopher Jarman
3 Mary Sluter
4 Andrew Dicks
5 Frank Sluter
Wishing Derek Williams well and a speedy return to ringing.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
Cathedral Church of St Paul
Sunday, 14 March 2021 in 48m (27–1–24 in D)
1280 Plain Bob Major
1 Janet Grocott
2 Ruth Lightbourne
3 Peter Whiting
4 Andrew Dicks
5 Mary Sluter
6 Christopher Jarman
7 Frank Sluter (C)
8 Dylan Thomas
On the back eight. A welcome back for Peter Whiting!!

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
St Philip, Church Hill
Sunday, 14 March 2021 in 3h 14 (18–2–21 in E)
5026 Bristol Surprise Major
Composed by Mark B Davies (5026 no.3)
1 William T Perrins
2 Esther M Perrins
3 Murray-Luke Peard
4 Kenneth G Nolan
5 Peter I Harrison
6 Philip R Goodyer
7 Thomas M Perrins (C)
8 James W Perrins
Rung on Mothering Sunday. In memory of Margaret Goodyer. St Philip's Society of Bellringers would like to be associated with this peal.
Ringing World page reference: 5741.0409

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Sunday, 14 March 2021 in 39m (11–0–18)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Irene Mackenzie
2 Julie Taylor
3 Deb Hay
4 Kate Thomson
5 Vicki Greenhalgh
6 Josclyn Sloan (C)
Rung before Choral Evensong to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the election of Edith Cowan OBE JP as the first woman elected to an Australian Parliament.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Burwood, New South Wales
St Paul
Sunday, 14 March 2021 (11–0–8 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Judy Dearn
2 Pam Brock
3 Ron Shepherd
4 Jenny Davies (C)
5 Andrew Davies
6 Michael Lorber
Rung before Evensong for Mothering Sunday
4-First as conductor

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 21 March 2021 in 34m (4–1–21)
1260 Micromus Two (8p)
660 Cambridge, 120 Gresley Loco, 120 Why?, 120 Because, 100 Pandemic, 80 Mask, 40 Plain Bob and 20 Cross
1 Margaret Weatherby
2 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
3 John Maloney
Rung in Memory of Russell Cook, much loved member of the Parish and the community during his whole life and a Licensed Lay Minister in the Parish, who died suddenly on Friday.
Rung on bells 2,3 and 6 with ringers of 2 and 3 being a family/household bubble for Covid-19 purposes.
Having rung a 2-bell method previously, ringer 1 challenged ringer 2 to produce some variety. So, the following methods were rung in addition to Cambridge;
Gresley Loco (x12.12) named as it has 3 leads and lies 3 blows for Gresley valve gear on a 3-cylinder steam locomotive such as New South Wales Railways 57 class
Why? (x12xx12.12)
Because (x12xx12.12x12.12xx12)
Pandemic (x12xx12)
Mask (xxx12) Also called treble two by Chris Higgins.
Plain Bob (x12)
Cross See CCCBR methods library.
Thankyou to Simon Chadwick for ideas of some methods and potential for naming 2 bell methods as "Micromus".
First blows in all methods except Cambridge.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Oakleigh East, Victoria
1 Kendall Court
Monday, 22 March 2021 in 32m (10)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1–2 Sue Pacey
3–4 Helen Pettet
5–6 Deryn Griffiths (C)
First handbell quarter as conductor.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Christ Church St Laurence
Sunday, 28 March 2021 in 45m (5–1–0)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Sam Rorke
2 Priscilla Yuen
3 James Perrins (C)
4 Peter McEvoy
5 Richard Thomas
6 Kay Kan
Rung to celebrate the easing of all ringing-related Covid-19 restrictions in Sydney
Rung on Palm Sunday
First QP inside: 2

Australian & New Zealand Association
Papanui, New Zealand
St Paul
Sunday, 28 March 2021 in 47m (6–3–0)
1344 Plain Bob Major
1 Midge E Stark
2 Nicky K Richards
3 Lindsay E Trott
4 Mandy Spearing
5 Christian P Westrip
6 Bryan A Murray
7 Robert N Richards
8 Ronald J Stevens (C)
First of Bob Major (6). Rung for Palm Sunday.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 28 March 2021 in 40m (6–0–14)
1272 Grafton Cathedral Singles
Rung on bells 1,3,5 and 7. Ringers 3 and 5 are in a household bubble so 4 bells were able to be rung.
Composed by David Holmes
1 Kevin Walsh
2 Margaret Weatherby (C)
3 Robert Weatherby Snr
4 John Maloney
For Palm Sunday and special congratulations to the Honorary Canons Commissioned and Canons Installed at Christ Church Cathedral last Wednesday but special congratulations to ringer (3) installed as a Lay Canon during this service.
Grafton Cathedral Singles (3.1.1.1.1.1.1.1), believed to be first QP in method and so named. Method from David Holmes, group 127, no 127.
First blows in method for all.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
The John David Ring
Monday, 29 March 2021 (9lb 10oz in F♯)
1296 Lightfoot Surprise Minor
Composed by Composition Traditional
1 Mary Sluter
2 Ruth Lightbourne
3 Janet Grocott
4 Gerald McIlhone
5 Frank Sluter
6 Christopher Jarman (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
The John David Ring
Monday, 29 March 2021 (9lb 10oz in F♯)
1296 Spliced Delight Minor (2m)
648 Dunedin, Pevensey Delight Minor, 6 CoM, AtW. Round Block.
Composed by Compositeur
1 Janet Grocott
2 Ruth Lightbourne
3 Mary Sluter
4 Christopher Jarman
5 Frank Sluter
6 Gerald McIlhone (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Wednesday, 31 March 2021 in 39m (6–0–14)
1272 Lismore Anniversary Singles
Rung on bells 1,3,5 and 7 with ringers of 5 and 7 part of a household bubble
Composed by David Holmes
1 Julia Stewart
2 Margaret Weatherby
3 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
4 John Maloney
Rung to celebrate the 16th Anniversary of the augmentation of the bells to 8.
Believed method rung for the first time and named Lismore Anniversary (1.1.1.1.1.3.3.3) being method no 248 from group 31 of singles methods with 8 changes per lead provided by David Holmes.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Eyrewell Forest, New Zealand
Karearea Bells
Saturday, 3 April 2021 in 36m (10lb 6oz in G)
1296 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Mike Clayton
2 Mandy Spearing
3 Mary Sluter
4 Mark Harris
5 Terry Spearing
6 Frank Sluter (C)
For Easter.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Goulburn, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Saviour
Sunday, 4 April 2021 in 3h 18 (21–3–3 in D)
5040 Goulburn Surprise Royal
Composed by P Border
1 Murray-Luke Peard
2 Jennifer C N Davies
3 James D Heyes
4 William T Perrins
5 Andrew P J Davies
6 James W Perrins
7 Alan H Champion
8 Christopher D O'Mahony (C)
9 Peter I Harrison
10 Thomas M Perrins
Rung for Easter. First Peal in the method. Goulburn Surprise Royal:
-30-14-1250-36-1470-50-16-70-18-50,12
Ringing World page reference: 5756.0763

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Mary
Monday, 5 April 2021 in 3h 10 (14–3–8 in F♯)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by JJ Parker
1 Margaret J Hill
2 Peter I Harrison
3 Anna M Bosman
4 William T Perrins
5 Christopher D O'Mahony
6 Thomas M Perrins
7 Murray-Luke Peard (C)
8 James W Perrins
First peal: 1. First as conductor.
Ringing World page reference: 5739.0365

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Wednesday, 7 April 2021 in 40m (6–0–14)
1272 Baldwin Fifty-Nine Singles
Rung on bells 1,3,5 and 7 with ringers of 3 and 5 part of a household bubble.
Composed by David Holmes
1 Kevin Walsh
2 Margaret Weatherby
3 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
4 John Maloney
Rung to celebrate the 50th Birthday of Christopher Maloney, brother of 4.
Believed method rung for the first time and named Baldwin Fifty-Nine (3.3.1.1.1.3.1.1) being method no 59 from group 59 of singles methods with 8 changes per lead provided by David Holmes.
Method named for the New South Wales Railways 59 class 2-8-2 steam locomotive built by Baldwin (as BLH).

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Mary
Friday, 9 April 2021 in 52m (14–3–8)
1260 Grandsire Caters
1 Margaret Hill
2 Enid Roberts
3 Anna Bosman
4 Deryn Griffiths
5 Pam Brock
6 Natalie Shea
7 Kate Simms (C)
8 Clare Dyer
9 Jenny Davies
10 Hannah Musgrove
Rung in memory of Margaret Goodyer by an all ladies band.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Naremburn, New South Wales
St Leonard
Friday, 9 April 2021 in 2h 41 (10–0–4 in G)
5040 Spliced Variable Hunt and Variable Cover Doubles and Surprise Minor (8m)
720 each London, York, Bourne, Beverley, Surfleet, Cambridge; 360 each Grandsire Doubles, Stedman Doubles; 17 com.
Composed by Perrins & Sons
1 James W Perrins (C)
2 William T Perrins
3 Murray-Luke Peard
4 Andrew P J Davies
5 Philip R Goodyer
6 Thomas M Perrins
Ringing World page reference: 5740.0381

Australian & New Zealand Association
Kalgoorlie, Western Australia
The Alphabet Ring (Ward Street)
Friday, 9 April 2021 in 1m (15 in E♭)
24 Plain Bob Minimus
1–2 Corinne Rule
3–4 Adam Beer
In celebration of the life of HRH Prince Philip, Consort of HM Queen Elizabeth II.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
Cathedral Church of St Paul
Saturday, 10 April 2021 (27–1–24 in D)
99 Tolling
12 Dylan Thomas
To mark the passing of H.R.H The Duke of Edinburgh.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
St James, Queen's Square
Saturday, 10 April 2021 (10)
1344 Grandsire Triples
1 Hannah Musgrove
2 Phil Goodyer
3 Anna Bosman
4 Richard Thomas
5 Murray-Luke Peard
6 David Killner
7 Tom Perrins (C)
8 Simon McMillan
In Celebration of Margaret Goodyer's Life. Rung following 99 tolling in memory of HRH Prince Philip at 12 noon.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Mary
Saturday, 10 April 2021 (34)
1282 Cambridge Surprise Royal
1 Murray-Luke Peard
2 Jenny Davies
3 Ken Nolan
4 Andy Goodyer
5 Andrew Davies
6 Esther Perrins
7 Bill Perrins
8 Phil Goodyer (C)
9 James Perrins
10 Tom Perrins
In Celebration of Margaret Goodyer's Life. Following the death of HRH Prince Philip.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Andrew
Saturday, 10 April 2021 (29)
1299 Stedman Caters
1 Bill Perrins (C)
2 Esther Perrins
3 Deryn Griffiths
4 Christopher O'Mahony
5 Ken Nolan
6 Murray-Luke Peard
7 Tom Perrins
8 Phil Goodyer
9 James Perrins
10 David Bleby
In Celebration of Margaret Goodyer's Life. Half-muffled following the death of HRH Prince Philip.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Saturday, 10 April 2021 in 25m (18–2–20 in E♭)
99 Tolling
Automated tolling 15 sec intervals
Rung at noon in thanksgiving for the life of His Royal Highness, The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lithgow, New South Wales
Hoskins Memorial Church
Saturday, 10 April 2021 (7–2–2 in A)
99 Tolling
1 Bill Evans

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore St Carthages Cathedral
Saturday, 10 April 2021 (42–3–1)
Tolling
9 tailors and 99 tolls in memorium of Prince Philip , Duke of Edinburgh
1 John Maloney
Rang at Midday in honor of a Life of Service By H.R.H. Prince Philip .Well done Good and Faithful Servant

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Saturday, 10 April 2021 in 10m (6–3–14 in B♭)
99 Tolling
Tolling commenced at 12 Noon, NSW Time.
1 Margaret Weatherby (C)
The tenor was tolled in memory of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh who died yesterday at Windsor Castle. May he rest in peace and rise in glory. Official counter Robert Weatherby Snr

Australian & New Zealand Association
Claremont, Western Australia
Christ Church
Saturday, 10 April 2021 in 98m (6–1–21 in B♭)
99 Tolling
1 minute between strokes.
6 Richard Offen
At noon, in memory of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh who died yesterday at Windsor Castle. May he rest in peace and rise in glory.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Auckland, New Zealand
St Matthew in the City
Saturday, 10 April 2021 (20–2–12)
99 Tolling
99 tolling on the tenor at 12 pm noon to mark the passing of H.R.H The Duke of Edinburgh.
8 Michael J Stone
To mark the passing of H.R.H The Duke of Edinburgh.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
St Cuthbert, Prospect
Saturday, 10 April 2021 (11–1–2 in G)
Tolling The Nine Tailors and 99 Years
3+3+3+99
8 Andrew Hopton
In memoriam HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
St Andrew, Walkerville
Saturday, 10 April 2021 (12–1–26 in F♯)
Tolling The Nine Tailors and 99 Years
Whole-pull half-muffled
6 Charlotte Sorell
In memoriam - HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
Cathedral Church of St Peter
Saturday, 10 April 2021 (41–1–0 in C)
Tolling The Nine Tailors and 99 Years
3+3+3+99
8 Matthew Ball
In thanksgiving for the life of His Royal Highness the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who died yesterday aged 99. A loyal servant to the crown and to the commonwealth and we mourn the loss of an extraordinary man.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Randwick, New South Wales
St Jude
Sunday, 11 April 2021 (14–1–25 in F♯)
Tolling The Nine Tailors and 99 Years
8 Angus Gilchrist
Rung following the morning Eucharist in thanksgiving for the life of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 11 April 2021 in 39m (6–0–14)
1272 Forth Bridge Singles
Rung on bells 1,3,5 and 7 with ringers of 3 and 5 part of a household bubble.
Composed by David Holmes
1 Kevin Walsh
2 Margaret Weatherby
3 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
4 John Maloney
Rung half-muffled to commemorate the life the HRH, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His public service and advocacy for charities is well remembered in Australia. It is believed he visited Lismore twice, in 1954 with HM, The Queen and in 1973 to open the new Lismore High School.
Believed method rung for the first time and named Forth Bridge (3.3.3.3.3.1.3.1) being method no 5 from group 5 of singles methods with 8 changes per lead provided by David Holmes.
Method named for the code used for Prince Philip at the time of his death.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 11 April 2021 in 5m (4–0–12)
Rounds and Call Changes
Rung on bells 1,3 and 5 with ringers of 3 and 5 being a "household bubble".
1 Finlay Stevenson (aged 12 years)
2 Margaret Weatherby
3 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
Rung half-muffled to commemorate the life the HRH, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His public service and advocacy for charities is well remembered in Australia. It is believed he visited Lismore twice, in 1954 with HM, The Queen and in 1973 to open the new Lismore High School.
First public performance for Finlay (bell 1). Rung after the second morning service.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
Cathedral Church of St Peter
Sunday, 11 April 2021 (41–1–0 in C)
1260 Grandsire Triples
Composed by J.J. Parker
1 Matthew Sorell
2 Charlotte Sorell
3 Hannah Tayler
4 Peter Norman
5 Matthew Ball
6 Michelle Harrison
7 Peter Harrison (C)
8 Paul Farmer
Rung half-muffled in memory of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Christ Church St Laurence
Tuesday, 13 April 2021 in 6m (10–3–8)
99 Tolling
10 James Perrins
Tolled following the Solemn Requiem Mass for HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Australian & New Zealand Association
Mandurah, Western Australia
Christ's Church
Tuesday, 13 April 2021 in 16m (7–0–21 in A)
114 Called Changes 60 on Thirds
1 Pat Lubbock
2 Sally Lloyd
3 Janine Liddelow (C)
4 Peter Hay
5 Deborah Hay
6 Roger Lubbock
Rung half-muffled within the mourning period for HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and remembering with affection Colin David Gilbert, loyal Sunday service ringer in this tower, who passed away on Thursday 1st April.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Parramatta, New South Wales
All Saints
Wednesday, 14 April 2021 in 44m (10–0–4 in G)
1312 Spliced Surprise Major (5m)
448 Rutland, 320 Pudsey, 224 Cambridge, 192 Bristol, 128 Yorkshire. 39 com.
1 Lindsay Small
2 Esther Perrins
3 Jenny Davies
4 Bill Perrins
5 Andrew Davies
6 James Perrins (C)
7 Murray-Luke Peard
8 Thomas Perrins
Remembering John Fryer

Australian & New Zealand Association
Melbourne, Victoria
Cathedral Church of St Paul
Wednesday, 14 April 2021 (29–1–12 in C♯)
Call Changes
1 Helen Pettet
2 No ringer
3 Sue Pacey
4 Robin Salisbury
5 Stephen Sykes
6 David Pacey
7 John Freaney
8 Brian Pettet
Rung half-muffled for Solemn Evensong to honour the life of Prince Phillip. Tenor tolled 99 times after the service by Marianne Merati.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
St George's Cathedral
Saturday, 17 April 2021 in 43m (11–0–18)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Jayne Hodgkin
2 Irene Mackenzie
3 Deb Hay
4 Julie Taylor
5 Clive Cooke
6 Vicki Greenhalgh
7 Josclyn Sloan (C)
8 Ian MacLeod
Rung half-muffled before the Service of Thanksgiving for HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Papanui, New Zealand
St Paul
Saturday, 17 April 2021 in 54m (6–3–0)
1343 Grandsire Triples
1 Midge E Stark
2 Lindsay E Trott
3 Nicky K Richards
4 Mandy Spearing
5 Robert N Richards
6 Christian P Westrip
7 Ronald J Stevens (C)
8 Bryan A Murray
Rung half-muffled by the Christchurch Cathedral Society and St Paul's Papanui Society in memory of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Goulburn, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Saviour
Saturday, 17 April 2021 in 44m (8–1–11 in A)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Shane Daly
2 Kin Mun Kan
3 Louise Salmon
4 Christopher O'Mahony (C)
5 Stephen Relf
6 Sam Rorke
Rung half-muffled in memory of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, 1921-2021.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Claremont, Western Australia
Christ Church
Saturday, 17 April 2021 in 2h 38 (6–1–21 in B♭)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
1 Katherine E Thomson
2 Mary L Townsend
3 Leo G Brown
4 Michael J A Collinson
5 Richard C Offen
6 Ian D Harris (C)
First Peal: 3. Rung half-muffled in memoriam HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, for a life of outstanding service.
Ringing World page reference: 5741.0398

Australian & New Zealand Association
Burwood, New South Wales
St Paul
Saturday, 17 April 2021 in 47m (11)
1250 Cambridge Surprise Major
1 Pam Brock
2 Bill Perrins (C)
3 Rachel Perrins
4 Jenny Davies
5 Esther Perrins
6 Andrew Davies
7 Ron Shepherd
8 Murray-Luke Peard
Rung to celebrate the Golden Wedding of Jackie and Robert Spratt, married at St James the Great, Dursley, Glos on 12th April 1971.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Bundaberg, Queensland
Christ Church
Saturday, 17 April 2021 (14–2–24)
Tolling
Following a Memorial Service at Christ Church, Bundaberg for His Royal Highness, The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, the tenor was rung half-muffled on the day of his funeral. Rest eternal grant unto him, O Lord; and let light perpetual shine upon him.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Auckland, New Zealand
St Matthew in the City
Saturday, 17 April 2021 in 49m (20–2–12)
1380 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Alison Brooks
2 Adrian P Grant
3 Michael J Stone
4 Scott T Pilkington
5 Robert H Bennett (C)
6 Geoff Waller
Rung half-muffled in honoured memory of HRH the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh who died on Friday 9th April 2021. The QP was rung at 3.00pm in New Zealand to mark the funeral due at 3.00pm at the Chapel of St George Windsor Castle.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Peter
Saturday, 17 April 2021 (7–0–7 in B♭)
Tolling The Nine Tailors and 99 Years
3+3+3+99
8 Simon McMillan
In memoriam HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
St Andrew, Walkerville
Saturday, 17 April 2021 in 44m (12–1–26 in F♯)
1260 Stedman Doubles
1 Charlotte Sorell
2 Hannah Tayler
3 Matthew Ball
4 Matthew Sorell
5 Peter Harrison (C)
6 Peter Norman
Rung half-muffled in memory of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, on the day of his Funeral.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 18 April 2021 in 43m (6–0–14)
1272 Reverse Forth Bridge Singles
Rung on bells 1,3,5 and 7 with ringers of 3 and 5 part of a household bubble.
Composed by David Holmes
1 Kevin Walsh
2 Margaret Weatherby
3 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
4 John Maloney
Rung half-muffled to celebrate the life of HRH, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Rung approximately 9 hours after the funeral, being morning in Australia. To Prince Philip, with all the faithful departed, grant thy peace and let light perpetual shine upon them.
Believed method rung for the first time and named Reverse Forth Bridge (3.1.3.1.1.1.1.1) being method no 95 from group 95 of singles methods with 8 changes per lead provided by David Holmes.
Method name from the code used for Prince Philip at the time of his death.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Peter
Sunday, 18 April 2021 in 45m (7–0–7 in B♭)
1299 Grandsire Doubles
1 Hayden Gray
2 Carol Quinn
3 John Hadfield
4 Geoff Milne
5 Simon McMillan (C)
6 Nicholas Hadfield
Rung half-muffled in memoriam HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Claremont, Western Australia
Christ Church
Monday, 19 April 2021 in 39m (6–1–21 in B♭)
1260 Doubles (6m/v)
Being 60 changes of Stedman, 240 changes each of Reverse Canterbury Pleasure Bob, Clifford’s Pleasure, Plain Bob, April Day and Grandsire.
1 Jane Davidson
2 Susan Gillett
3 Mary Townsend (C)
4 Jayne Hodgkin
5 Richard Offen
6 Peter McKerracher
Rung by members of the Sunday service band in celebration of the life of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Australian & New Zealand Association
South Brisbane, Queensland
St Andrew
Tuesday, 20 April 2021 in 42m (7–2–21 in A)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Mike Toze
2 Kenneth Wong
3 Rachel Aland
4 David Smith
5 Kellie Hajek (C)
6 David Arrowsmith
Rung on the eve of his funeral in celebration of the life of Gordon Patrick Jardine (26/12/1931-14/04/2021), beloved husband of Helen, father of 8, grandfather of 23 (including the conductor), and great-grandfather of 14.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
St Mary's Cathedral Ringing Room
Friday, 23 April 2021 in 40m (12 in F)
1250 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1–2 Esther Perrins
3–4 James Perrins
5–6 Bill Perrins (C)
7–8 Murray-Luke Peard
Rung in memory of John Fryer, following his funeral. Claire O'Mahony would like to be associated with this performance.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
The John David Ring
Saturday, 24 April 2021 (9lb 10oz in F♯)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Andrew Bolam
2 Mary Sluter
3 Ruth Lightbourne
4 Frank Sluter
5 Christopher Jarman (C)
6 Steve Dean
First quarter: 1.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
The John David Ring
Saturday, 24 April 2021 (9lb 10oz in F♯)
1296 Spliced Surprise Minor (4m)
360 Cambridge, Primrose 288 Beverley, Surfleet Surprise Minor.
1 Janet Grocott
2 Ruth Lightbourne
3 Mary Sluter
4 Christopher Jarman
5 Frank Sluter
6 Gerald McIlhone (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Randwick, New South Wales
St Jude's
Saturday, 24 April 2021 in 46m (14–1–25 in F♯)
1250 Cambridge Surprise Major
1 Esther Perrins
2 Enid Roberts
3 Mary Symes
4 Richard Webster
5 Robert Walters
6 Paul Doyle
7 James Perrins (C)
8 Thomas Perrins
Dedicated to John Henry Fryer, an asset to Sydney ringing who learnt to ring at this tower in 1958.
Rung half-muffled. All but one band member knew John well and his memory will be with us for many years to come.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
Cathedral Church of St Paul
Sunday, 25 April 2021 (10–1–8 in G)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Emily Sluter
2 Janet Grocott
3 Andrew Dicks
4 Ruth Lightbourne
5 Mary Sluter
6 Christopher Jarman
7 Frank Sluter (C)
8 Gerald McIlhone
Rung half-muffled for ANZAC Day.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 25 April 2021 in 47m (6–0–14)
1260 Singles (1m/1p)
630 41st Battalion, 630 World Peace. Rung on bells 1,3,6 and 7 with ringers on bells 6 and 7 being a household bubble
1 Kevin Walsh
2 Julia Stewart
3 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
4 Margaret Weatherby
Rung half-muffled for ANZAC DAY. St Andrew's is the Garrison Church for the 41st Battalion, Royal New South Wales Regiment.
At the conclusion of the QP, each bell was lowered singly commencing with bell 1 and when all bells were lowered, the tenor (6-3-14) was tolled by ringer 4 until 11 am when one minutes silence was observed with further tolling after that.
"They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old; Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. We will remember them."
"Lest We Forget"
First QP in method 41st Battalion for ringers 1 and 2.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Geelong, Victoria
St Paul's Church Hall
Sunday, 25 April 2021 in 33m (10)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1–2 Sue Pacey
3–4 Christopher O'Mahony (C)
5–6 Helen Pettet
Rung in memory of John Fryer by his friends.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Geelong, Victoria
St Paul
Sunday, 25 April 2021 in 46m (13–0–6 in F)
1260 Grandsire Triples
1 Stephen Young
2 Emily Nation
3 Sue Pacey
4 Robin Canniford
5 Deryn Griffiths
6 Mariane Merati
7 Christopher O'Mahony (C)
8 David Pacey
Rung for ANZAC Day. First QP in method for 2 and 4.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Bundaberg, Queensland
Christ Church
Sunday, 25 April 2021 (14–2–24)
1296 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Richard Jolly
2 Harold Bartlett
3 David Smith
4 Kellie Hajek
5 Patrick Johns
6 Ian McCulloch (C)
Rung for ANZAC day.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
Cathedral Ringing Chamber
Tuesday, 27 April 2021 (11 in G)
1280 Plain Bob Major
1–2 Ruth Lightbourne
3–4 Wendy Tyrrell
5–6 Christopher Jarman
7–8 Frank Sluter (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
The John David Ring
Wednesday, 28 April 2021 (9lb 10oz in F♯)
1296 Spliced Surprise Minor (6m)
720: 216 each Cambridge and Norfolk, 144 each Primrose and Ipswich. 576: 288 each Beverley and Surfleet. 26 CoM.
1 Mary Sluter
2 Wendy Tyrrell
3 Frank Sluter
4 Ruth Lightbourne
5 Gerald McIlhone
6 Christopher Jarman (C)
Wishing Philippa Bowron a speedy recovery.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Wednesday, 28 April 2021 in 41m (6–0–14)
1272 Potter Hanworth Singles
Rung on bells 1,3,6 and 7 with ringers of bells 6 and 7 a household bubble.
Composed by Christopher Woodcock
1 Kevin Walsh
2 Julia Stewart
3 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
4 Margaret Weatherby
Rung to mark the occasion of the retirement from Parish Ministry of Associate Priest Rev Alan Shaw last Sunday 25th April, 2021.
May Alan be Blessed with an active, productive and healthy retirement.
First blows in method for all.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Brisbane, Queensland
St John's Cathedral
Wednesday, 28 April 2021 (7–2–13)
1272 Norwich Surprise Minor
1 Mike Toze
2 Harold Bartlett
3 Rachel Aland
4 David Smith
5 Patrick Johns
6 Ian McCulloch (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
The John David Ring
Saturday, 1 May 2021 in 34m (9lb 10oz in F♯)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Steve Dean
2 Colin Saxelby
3 Mary Sluter
4 Dylan Thomas (C)
5 Frank Sluter
6 Andrew Bolam

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 2 May 2021 in 40m (6–0–12)
1272 Flood Levee Singles
Rung on bells 1,3,5 and 7 with the ringers of bells 3 and 5 being a household bubble.
Composed by David Holmes
1 Kevin Walsh
2 Margaret Weatherby
3 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
4 John Maloney
Rung for the Flood Stories program performance in the Lismore Quad which opened on Wednesday 28th April 2021. The stories are about the 2017 flood caused by Cyclone Debbie which breached the flood levee.
Believed method rung for the first time and named Flood Levee (3.3.3.3.1.3.1.1) being method no 11 from group 11 of singles methods with 8 changes per lead provided by David Holmes.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
The Adelaide Ringing Centre
Saturday, 8 May 2021 in 48m (4)
1440 Walkerville Delight Minor
Composed by Traditional
1 Matthew Ball (C)
2 Hannah Tayler
3 Charlotte Sorell
4 Peter Norman
5 Matthew Sorell
6 David Bleby

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Mary
Sunday, 9 May 2021 in 3h 18 (14–3–8 in F♯)
5040 Spliced Surprise Royal (4m)
1280 Cambridge, London No.3; 1240 each Bristol, Superlative No.2; 108 com; atw.
Composed by Maurice J Thurmott
1 William T Perrins (C)
2 Esther M Perrins
3 Nigel J Bailey
4 Rachel T Perrins
5 Andrew P J Davies
6 James W Perrins
7 Murray-Luke Peard
8 Peter I Harrison
9 Philip R Goodyer
10 Thomas M Perrins
Remembering John H Fryer.
First peal: 4
500th peal: 2
Ringing World page reference: 5746.0529

Australian & New Zealand Association
Randwick, New South Wales, Australia
St Jude
Sunday, 9 May 2021 in 45m (14–1–25 in F♯)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Kate Simms
2 Angus Gilchrist
3 Ross Langford-Brown
4 L L Rusty Bullivant-Walters
5 Richard Webster (C)
6 Paul Doyle
Rung to celebrate the 51st wedding anniversary on this day of Robyn and Ross Langford-Brown: COVID-19 prevented a 50th anniversary ring in 2020.
(Rung on the Back 6).

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hawker, ACT, Australia
35 Ambalindum Street
Sunday, 9 May 2021 in 32m (15)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1–2 James Heyes
3–4 Christopher O'Mahony (C)
5–6 Andrew Waddell
Rung for Mother's Day.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Mary
Friday, 14 May 2021 in 55m (14–3–8 in F♯)
1277 Stedman Caters
1 Murray-Luke Peard
2 Kathi Downs
3 Mary Symes
4 Esther Perrins
5 Enid Roberts
6 Angus Gilchrist
7 Bill Perrins (C)
8 Richard Webster
9 Thomas Perrins
10 Margaret Hill
Rung in memory of John H Fryer (1943–2021)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Papanui, New Zealand
St Paul
Saturday, 15 May 2021 in 50m (6–3–0)
1274 Plain Bob Triples
1 Barbara Matthews
2 Midge E Stark
3 Lindsay E Trott
4 Nicky K Richards
5 Robert N Richards
6 Christian P Westrip
7 Ronald J Stevens (C)
8 Christopher D C Oldham
Rung for the 70th birthday of Barbara Matthews (treble) and Lindsay Trott (3rd).

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
Cathedral Church of St Paul
Sunday, 16 May 2021 in 45m (7–2–21 in A)
1272 Southwark Delight Minor
1 Janet Grocott
2 Andrew Dicks
3 Gerald McIlhone
4 Ruth Lightbourne
5 Dylan Thomas
6 Christopher Jarman (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 16 May 2021 in 35m (3–1–16)
1260 Court Singles
Rung on bells 1, 3 and 4 due to COVID 19 restrictions but ringers 3 and 4 in a household bubble
1 John Maloney
2 Margaret Weatherby (C)
3 Robert Weatherby Snr
1. Congratulations to Ray Houston on his first Sunday as a LLM.
2. Best wishes to all our bellringers who are currently ill and are unable to ring. We look forward to when you all return.
3. First QP in method for ringer 1.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
St Paul, Manuka
Sunday, 16 May 2021 in 41m (4–1–12 in C)
1296 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Sam Rorke
2 James Perrins
3 Scott Jones
4 James Heyes
5 Christopher O'Mahony (C)
6 Andrew Waddell
For St Dunstan's Day (19th May). First QP of Cambridge - 6. First QP of treble bob - 1.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Wednesday, 19 May 2021 in 36m (3–1–16)
1260 Court Singles
Rung on bells 1,3 and 4 due to COVID 19 restrictions with ringers of bells 3 and 4 in a household bubble
1 John Maloney
2 Margaret Weatherby (C)
3 Robert Weatherby Snr
Rung for WOW DAY Today. Wear Orange Wednesday says thankyou to the State Emergency Service especially our SES Lismore. Ringers 2 and 3 are especially grateful after a 70 ft tree fell through the roof of their house in March during a wild storm. SES responded within an hour.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
The Bell Tower (Swan Bells)
Thursday, 20 May 2021 (14–1–8 in F♯)
1280 Plain Bob Major
1 Mary Townsend
2 Deb Hay
3 Kate Thomson
4 Callum Crofton
5 Tony Murray Feist
6 Michael Collinson
7 Lloyd Cartwright
8 Ian Harris (C)
Rung in thanksgiving of the life of Alan Collings a generous supporter of the Swan Bell Foundation.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
The John David Ring
Saturday, 22 May 2021 in 35m (9lb 10oz in F♯)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Derek Williams
2 Colin Saxelby
3 Janet Grocott
4 Ruth Lightbourne
5 Andrew Dicks
6 Christopher Jarman (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, New Zealand
The Waikato Mini Ring
Saturday, 22 May 2021 (10lb 3oz in G)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Emily Sluter
2 Karen Layton
3 Mary Sluter
4 David Sluter
5 Frank Sluter (C)
6 Richard Layton
Family quarter peal to celebrate Frank's birthday.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, New Zealand
Waikato Cathedral Church of St Peter
Sunday, 23 May 2021 in 46m (20–2–6 in E)
1260 Plain Bob Triples
1 Richard Layton
2 Pam McAdam
3 Mary Sluter
4 Karen Layton
5 John Barnard
6 Frank Sluter
7 Wendy Tyrrell (C)
8 Daniel Watson
Rung to celebrate the 60th birthday of Wendy Tyrrell

Australian & New Zealand Association
Burwood, New South Wales
St Paul
Sunday, 23 May 2021 in 44m (11–0–8 in G)
1260 Stedman Triples
1 Bill Perrins (C)
2 Esther Perrins
3 Andrew Davies
4 Pam Brock
5 Peter Harrison
6 David Smith
7 Jenny Davies
8 Ron Shepherd
Rung before Choral Evensong for Pentecost

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
St Andrew, Walkerville
Sunday, 23 May 2021 in 51m (12–1–26 in F♯)
1440 Walkerville Delight Minor
Composed by Traditional
1 Matthew Ball (C)
2 Hannah Tayler
3 Charlotte Sorell
4 Peter Norman
5 Matthew Sorell
6 David Bleby
Rung for the rededication of the St.Andrew's bells, having been refitted and rehung, with the tenor ringer, David Bleby, ringing the bell recently named in his honour.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Wednesday, 26 May 2021 in 40m (3–1–16)
1260 St Marks Nimbin Singles
Rung on bells 1,3 and 4 with ringers of bells 3 and 4 a household bubble.
Composed by Robert Weatherby Snr
1 John Maloney
2 Margaret Weatherby
3 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
Rung to give thanks for the ministry and worship that has occurred in the Parish centre church of St Marks at Nimbin from 1909. The building has been hallowed by cherished memories over the years and was deconsecrated by the Bishop of Grafton today.
Believed method rung for the first time, (3.1.123.1.3.123.3.1.3.123.123.1.3.123.3.123.3.1).
Bell 4 in the tower is named St Mark after St Mark's, Nimbin and was the tenor bell for this QP.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 30 May 2021 in 40m (3–1–16)
1272 Potter Hanworth Singles
Rung on bells 1, 3 and 4 for COVID 19 requirements and social distancing. Ringers of bells 3 and 4 are in a household bubble
Composed by Christopher Woodcock
1 John Maloney
2 Margaret Weatherby (C)
3 Robert Weatherby Snr
Trinity Sunday
1. To celebrate the life of much loved parishioner John Hanger who died last week and tomorrow (Monday) is a Service of thanksgiving for the life of John.
2. Best wishes to Christopher Woodcock for a swift recovery after his emergency surgery last week. Christopher is the composer of this method
First in the method for ringers 1 and 2

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, New Zealand
The Waikato Mini Ring
Monday, 31 May 2021 (10lb 3oz in G)
1260 Doubles (3m)
360 St Simon's, 360 St Martin's, 540 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Richard Layton
2 Karen Layton
3 Frank Sluter
4 Wendy Tyrrell
5 Mary Sluter (C)
6 Susan Allen
Rung as a belated birthday compliment to Susan Allen and to celebrate the birth of her Grandson, Bobby Oakes Shaw.
Also as a 50th birthday compliment to Stephen Brown, nephew of Mary and to mark the 50th anniversary of her first QP.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Wednesday, 2 June 2021 in 38m (3–1–16)
1272 Potter Hanworth Singles
Rung on Bells 1, 3 and 4
1 John Maloney
2 Margaret Weatherby (C)
3 Robert Weatherby Snr
Rung for National Reconciliation Week which ends tomorrow and is intended to celebrate Indigenous history and culture in Australia.
More than a word, Reconciliation takes action.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
Cathedral Church of St Francis Xavier
Thursday, 3 June 2021 in 49m (8–3–18 in A♭)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Elbe Alexander
2 Hannah Tayler
3 Matthew Ball (C)
4 Peter Norman
5 Vin Piscino
6 Daniel Alexander
First quarter peal 1,6.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
The John David Ring
Saturday, 5 June 2021 in 36m (9lb 10oz in F♯)
1260 St Clement's College Bob Minor
1 Colin Saxelby
2 Ruth Lightbourne
3 Janet Grocott
4 Derek Williams
5 Andrew Dicks
6 Christopher Jarman (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Randwick, New South Wales, Australia
St Jude's
Saturday, 5 June 2021 in 30m (14–1–25 in F♯)
Rounds and Call Changes
[Part 1 - includes Queens and Kings] [Part 2 - includes Titums and Hydyke]
1 L L Rusty Bullivant-Walters
2 Andrew Gilchrist
3 Peter McEvoy
4 Bev Oakes
5 Diana Whitton
6 Jim Doyle
7 Kate Simms (C)
8 Ross Langford-Brown
Ringing for the outdoor wedding of Heidi and Keirron at the southern Sydney suburb of Cronulla; Darook Park, overlooking Gunnamutta Bay with Port Hacking.
A very nice sunny June winter's day with a temperature of 19 deg.
(Heidi is the daughter of Johan Nash-Smith [Ilminster Somerset], who could not be with the couple for the wedding due to Covid19 restrictions in Australia.
(The ringing was record with a video link to Johan in the UK).

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 6 June 2021 in 40m (3–1–16)
1260 Singles (2p)
720 Potter Hanworth Singles and 540 Court Singles. Rung on bells 1, 3 and 4
1 John Maloney
2 Margaret Weatherby (C)
3 Robert Weatherby Snr
Happy Birthday to our Rector, Christian Ford

Australian & New Zealand Association
Broadway, New South Wales
St Benedict
Sunday, 6 June 2021 in 46m (14–0–18 in F)
1260 Doubles (2m)
Grandsire and Plain Bob Doubles
1 Bev Oakes
2 Richard Thomas
3 Sam Rorke
4 Lindsay Small
5 James Perrins (C)
6 Peter McEvoy
First inside: 3

Australian & New Zealand Association
Perth, Western Australia
The Bell Tower (Swan Bells)
Monday, 7 June 2021 in 45m (14–1–8 in F♯)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Deb Hay
2 Jayne Hodgkin
3 Mary Townsend
4 Tony Murray Feist
5 Michael Collinson
6 Ian Harris (C)
7 Ethan Bridges
For WA day.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Singleton, New South Wales
All Saints
Thursday, 10 June 2021 in 43m (9–3–26 in G)
1250 Bristol Surprise Major
1 Andrew Waddell
2 Bill Perrins
3 Murray-Luke Peard
4 Richard Webster
5 Thomas Perrins
6 James Perrins
7 Alan Champion
8 Peter Harrison (C)
Congratulating the engagement of Thomas Perrins and Anna Bosman
(1/2)
Ringing World page reference: 5752.0661

Australian & New Zealand Association
Armidale, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Peter
Thursday, 10 June 2021 in 43m (7–0–7 in B♭)
1344 Grandsire Triples
1 John Hadfield
2 Thomas Perrins (C)
3 Margaret Hill
4 Anna Bosman
5 James Perrins
6 Richard Webster
7 Murray-Luke Peard
8 Hayden Gray
Congratulating the engagement of Thomas Perrins and Anna Bosman
(2/2)
Ringing World page reference: 5752.0661

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore St Carthages Cathedral
Saturday, 12 June 2021 in 60m (42–1–12 in C)
1 Rounds
hymns rounds,Queens, kings rung for an hour 20 tunes rung at midday Saturday , Saturday Evening and Sunday morning
1 JOHN JAMES MALONEY
Rung to Commemorate 110th anniversary of the Saint Carthage's bells Dedication in June 1911

Australian & New Zealand Association
Tanthwaite Farm, Oliver Road, Cambridge, Waikato NZ
Monday, 14 June 2021
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1–2 Mary Sluter
3–4 Arnold Smith
5–6 Frank Sluter (C)

Australian & New Zealand Association
Maryborough, Queensland
St Paul
Monday, 14 June 2021 in 55m (18–1–5 in E♭)
1264 Plain Bob Major
1 Bill Perrins (C)
2 James Perrins
3 Andrew Waddell
4 Paul Doyle
5 David Smith
6 Kellie Hajek
7 David Bleby
8 Ian McCulloch
We have rung to mark the retirement of Carmel Murdoch after 23 years as ambassador for Maryborough. Also for her 70th birthday and her 40th wedding anniversary
Ringing World page reference: 5752.0661

Australian & New Zealand Association
Bundaberg, Queensland
Christ Church
Monday, 14 June 2021 in 44m (14–2–24 in G)
1320 Surprise Minor (2m)
600 of London, 720 of Cambridge
1 David Bleby
2 David Smith
3 Bill Perrins
4 Murray-Luke Peard
5 Ian McCulloch
6 James Perrins (C)
Ringing World page reference: 5752.0661

Australian & New Zealand Association
Bundaberg, Queensland
Christ Church
Monday, 14 June 2021 in 47m (14–2–24 in G)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1 Richard Webster
2 Anna Bosman
3 Pam Brock
4 Richard Thomas
5 Ron Shepherd
6 Thomas Perrins (C)
Ringing World page reference: 5752.0661

Australian & New Zealand Association
Bundaberg, Queensland
Christ Church
Monday, 14 June 2021 in 44m (14–2–24 in G)
1260 Grandsire Doubles
1 Margaret Hill
2 Peter Harrison (C)
3 Andrew Waddell
4 Richard Jolly
5 Matthew Sait
6 Andrew Reynolds
Rung to congratulate Colonel James Waddell on his OAM, father of the ringer of the 3.
Ringing World page reference: 5752.0661

Australian & New Zealand Association
Brisbane, Queensland
Cathedral Church of St John
Wednesday, 16 June 2021 in 49m (7–2–13)
1320 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Mike Toze
2 Rachel Aland
3 Kenneth Wong
4 David Smith
5 Kellie Hajek
6 Patrick Johns (C)
First of Surprise: 3.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Sydney, New South Wales
Cathedral Church of St Mary
Friday, 18 June 2021 in 57m (34–1–3 in C♯)
1280 Belfast Surprise Major
Composed by John M Goldthorpe
1 Ken Nolan
2 Mary Symes
3 Angus Gilchrist
4 Thomas Perrins
5 Andrew Davies
6 Murray-Luke Peard
7 Peter Harrison (C)
8 James Perrins

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 20 June 2021 in 39m (6–0–12)
1272 Big Scrub Rainforest Singles
Rung on bells 1,3,5 and 7.
Composed by David Holmes
1 Margaret Weatherby
2 Julia Stewart
3 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
4 John Maloney
Rung for World Refugee Week.
Also welcome back to 2 after a bout of Ross River Fever and to ringing for Christopher Woodcock after his recent illness.
Believed method rung for the first time and named Big Scrub Rainforest (3.3.1.1.3.1.3.1) being method no 53 from group 53 of singles methods with 8 changes per lead provided by David Holmes.
Lismore is situated in what was once an extensive subtropical rainforest known as the "Big scrub" by early white settlers. Some remnants still survive.
Ringing World page reference: 5750.0619

Australian & New Zealand Association
Walkerville, South Australia
St Andrew
Saturday, 26 June 2021 in 47m (12–1–26 in F♯)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
1 Hannah Tayler
2 Elbe Alexander
3 Charlotte Sorell
4 Peter Norman
5 Matthew Sorell (C)
6 Daniel Alexander
First inside: 2. To celebrate the bicentennary of the Ellacombe chime, removed from this tower ca 1950.
Ringing World page reference: 5751.0652

Australian & New Zealand Association
Saint Carthages Cathedral Lismore
for the Ellancombe 200th Celebration
Saturday, 26 June 2021 in 30m (42–1–12 in C)
30 "rounds"
Rounds and Tunes
1 JOHN JAMES MALONEY
Rang at Noon for the Celebration of Ellacombe 200th anniversary Chimes, Rounds Queens on 6 Queens on 10 , 11 songs
Ringing World page reference: 5751.0652

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
Cathedral Church of St Paul
Sunday, 27 June 2021 in 45m (7–2–21 in A)
1260 Doubles (5m/1p)
60 Stedman, 240 each Eynesbury, St Osmund, St Simon’s, St Martin’s, and Plain Bob.
1 Janet Grocott
2 Ruth Lightbourne
3 Christopher Jarman
4 Derek Williams
5 Dylan Thomas (C)
6 Steve Dean
Ringing World page reference: 5751.0647

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 27 June 2021 in 39m (4–0–12)
1272 Gondwana Singles
Rung on bells 1,3 and 5 due to reintroduction of Covid-19 physical distancing of 4 sq metres per person due New South Wales lockdowns. Ringers of bells 3 and 5 a household bubble and the first use of mandatory masks for bellringing in Lismore.
Composed by David Holmes
1 Julia Stewart
2 Margaret Weatherby
3 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
Rung In Memoriam for Cliff Davis who passed away this week. Cliff was the Sexton of the Church and a friend of the bellringers who generously assisted in bell maintenance.
Believed method rung for the first time and named Gondwana (3.3.3.1.1.1.3.1) being method no 29 from group 29 of singles methods with 8 changes per lead provided by David Holmes.
The East Coast of Australia contains the major Gondwana Rainforests and is a UNESCO World Heritage Area with several National Parks. Gondwana was the supercontinent which Australia was once part of.
St Andrew's, Lismore is the most easterly change ringing bell tower on the Australian Continent.
Ringing World page reference: 5751.0645

Australian & New Zealand Association
Eastwood, New South Wales
4 Spencer St
Thursday, 1 July 2021 in 40m (12 in F)
1376 Spliced Surprise Major (7m)
Core 7
1–2 Esther Perrins
3–4 Thomas Perrins (C)
5–6 James Perrins
7–8 Bill Perrins

Australian & New Zealand Association
Eastwood, New South Wales
4 Spencer St
Friday, 2 July 2021 in 51m (12 in F)
1568 Spliced Surprise Major (5m)
Bristol, London, Rutland, Superlative, Yorkshire
1–2 Esther Perrins
3–4 Thomas Perrins
5–6 James Perrins (C)
7–8 Bill Perrins
Ringing World page reference: 5751.0647

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
The John David Ring
Saturday, 3 July 2021 in 35m (9lb 10oz in F♯)
1260 St Simon's Bob Doubles
1 Steve Dean
2 Colin Saxelby
3 Janet Grocott
4 Derek Williams
5 Christopher Jarman
6 Ruth Lightbourne
Ringing World page reference: 5751.0647

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
Cathedral Church of St Paul
Sunday, 4 July 2021 in 45m (7–2–21 in A)
1296 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Janet Grocott
2 Ruth Lightbourne
3 Derek Williams
4 Christopher Jarman
5 Alan Caldwell
6 Dylan Thomas (C)
To welcome Alan Caldwell back into the ringing fraternity!
Ringing World page reference: 5752.0673

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 4 July 2021 in 41m (3–1–16)
1272 Reverse Gondwana Singles
Rung on bells 1,3 and 4 with ringers of 3 and 4 being a household bubble and all ringers wearing masks as required for N.S.W. Covid-19 requirements and observing current space requirements of maximum of 3 ringers.
Composed by David Holmes
1 Julia Stewart
2 Margaret Weatherby
3 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
Celebrating NAIDOC Week, 2021.
HEAL COUNTRY, heal our nation
Heal Country! – calls for stronger measures to recognise, protect, and maintain all aspects of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and heritage.
Believed method rung for the first time and named Reverse Gondwana (3.3.3.1.3.1.1.1) being method no 23 from group 23 of singles methods with 8 changes per lead provided by David Holmes.
Ringing World page reference: 5752.0672

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
Cathedral Church of St Peter
Sunday, 4 July 2021 in 58m (41–1–0 in C)
1260 Stedman Triples
Composed by Traditional
1 Michelle Harrison
2 Hannah Tayler
3 Charlotte Sorell
4 Philip Goodyer
5 Peter Norman
6 David Bleby
7 Matthew Ball (C)
8 Matthew Sorell
Rung to celebrate the Patronal Festival

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
Cathedral Church of St Francis Xavier
Thursday, 8 July 2021 in 49m (8–3–18)
1260 Plain Bob Doubles
Composed by Traditional
1 Daniel Alexander
2 Hannah Tayler
3 Charlotte Sorell
4 Peter Norman
5 Matthew Ball (C)
6 Elbe Alexander
First on treble. First on tenor.

Australian & New Zealand Association
Eastwood, New South Wales
4 Spencer Street
Sunday, 11 July 2021 in 35m (12 in F)
1260 Stedman Triples
1–2 Esther Perrins
3–4 James Perrins
5–6 Bill Perrins
7–8 Rachel Perrins (C)
First quarter as conductor.
Ringing World page reference: 5753.0697

Australian & New Zealand Association
Adelaide, South Australia
Cathedral Church of St Francis Xavier
Sunday, 11 July 2021 in 53m (28–2–1 in D♭)
1260 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Ringing World Diary
1 David Bleby
2 Charlotte Sorell
3 Hannah Tayler
4 Philip Goodyer
5 Vin Piscino
6 Peter Norman
7 Matthew Ball (C)
8 Andrew Hopton
To celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the installation of the bells of St.Francis Xavier Cathedral.
First in method 5.
Ringing World page reference: 5753.0696

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, New Zealand
The Waikato Mini Ring
Friday, 16 July 2021 (10lb 3oz in G)
1250 Yorkshire Surprise Major
1 Janet Grocott
2 Christopher Jarman
3 Ruth Lightbourne
4 Dylan Thomas
5 Mary Sluter
6 Michael Stone
7 Derek Williams
8 Frank Sluter (C)
In affectionate memory of Pleasance Purser, ringing master at Wellington cathedral for 25 years, from 1984 to 2009.
Ringing World page reference: 5753.0695

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, New Zealand
The Waikato Mini Ring
Friday, 16 July 2021 (10lb 3oz in G)
1344 Lessness Surprise Major
1 Janet Grocott
2 Gerald McIlhone
3 Mary Sluter
4 Ruth Lightbourne
5 Dylan Thomas
6 Michael Stone
7 Derek Williams
8 Frank Sluter (C)
30th birthday compliment to Karen Layton.
Ringing World page reference: 5753.0696

Australian & New Zealand Association
Hamilton, New Zealand
222 Houchens Road
Friday, 16 July 2021 (18 in G)
1280 Plain Bob Major
1–2 Mary Sluter
3–4 Ruth Lightbourne
5–6 Dylan Thomas
7–8 Frank Sluter (C)
15th Wedding anniversary compliment to Mike and Judy Stone.
Ringing World page reference: 5753.0697

Australian & New Zealand Association
Wellington, New Zealand
Cathedral Church of St Paul
Sunday, 18 July 2021 in 44m (7–2–21 in A)
1320 Wells Surprise Minor
1 Janet Grocott
2 Andrew Dicks
3 Christopher Jarman
4 Ruth Lightbourne
5 Derek Williams
6 Dylan Thomas (C)
In memory of Pleasance Purser, Ringing Master at Wellington Cathedral from 1984-2009.
Ringing World page reference: 5754.0722

Australian & New Zealand Association
Lismore, New South Wales
St Andrew
Sunday, 18 July 2021 in 40m (3–1–16)
1272 Reverse Baldwin Fifty-Nine Singles
Rung on bells 1,3 and 4 with ringers of 3 and 4 being a household bubble and all ringers wearing masks as required for N.S.W. Covid-19 requirements and observing current space requirements of maximum of 3 ringers in the tower.
Composed by David Holmes
1 Julia Stewart
2 Margaret Weatherby
3 Robert Weatherby Snr (C)
Celebrating Nelson Mandela International Day.
"It is easy to break down and destroy, the heroes are those who make peace and build" - Nelson Mandela
Nelson Mandela was a voice that promoted peace, equality, justice, reconciliation and cultural diversity around the world. Today is a global call to action that celebrates the idea that each individual has the power to transform the world.
Our prayers are with South Africa today as it experiences violence, destruction and food shortages and thinking of Brenda Ford (wife of our Rector) whose family in South Africa is suffering.
Believed method rung for the first time and named Reverse Baldwin Fifty-Nine (3.3.3.1.3.3.1.1) being method no 19 from group 19 of singles methods with 8 changes per lead provided by David Holmes.
Ringing World page reference: 5754.0720

Australian & New Zealand Association
Kenepuru, New Zealand
14/1 Bluff Road
Friday, 23 July 2021 (8 in C)
1260 Plain Bob Minor
1–2 Derek Williams
3–4 Ruth Lightbourne
5–6 Christopher Jarman (C)
Ringing World page reference: 5754.0721