The City of Lincoln Company of Civic Bell Ringers
Parish and Civic Church of St Mary-le-Wigford
Saturday, 10 November 2018 in 65m (6–1–17)
1918 Singles and Minimus (2m/2p)
(being: 16 changes of Badbury; 40 extents of Single Court Place; 39 extents of Reverse Canterbury Place, changing methods every 5 or 10 extents & 6 changes of Original Singles.)
1 Jean Williams
2 Yvonne A Woodcock
3 Paul Sharp
4 Christopher C P Woodcock (C)
Rung with the bells half muffled immediately prior to the Civic & City Act of Remembrance & Service, in conjunction with the Royal British Legion, City of Lincoln Branch, held at the City War Memorial on the High Street.
This year we also had a special Military Parade of 100 military personnel representing the Army, Navy & RAF, made up of troops from the Royal Navy, RAF Waddington, RAF Scampton & the Royal Anglian Regiment, who marched down the High Street stopping at the War Memorial for the Act of Remembrance & Service before continuing down the High Street, through Cornhill to the City Square.
The Service was attended by the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Lincoln, the City Sheriff, members of the Civic Party and the Freemen of the City, along with various Forces Organisations, Associations, Veterans & Cadets, with music being led by the Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue Concert Band.
Rung in memory of all those who have lost their lives fighting for our Country in conflicts past and present, especially during the two World Wars, but especially this year the 971 Lincoln men & boys who lost their lives in the Great War and are all commemorated on the City War Memorial.
At the going down of the sun, and in the morning, We will Remember them.
"Ring out the thousand wars of old, Ring in the thousand years of peace."
222nd quarter peal on the bells: 2.
(Rung also for the Lincoln Diocesan Guild)

This performance is linked to the events The City of Lincoln Company of Civic Bell Ringers — Lincoln Remembers (WW1 commemorations) and Ringing for the Centenary of the WWI Armistice.

The oldest Bellhanging Company in the UK combining Modern Technology with Traditional Craftsmanship