University of Bristol Society
Batheaston, Somerset
Vale View Cottages
Thursday, 23 April 2020 in 1h 17 (10 in A)
5040 Treble Bob Minimus (64m)
1) Wirral, 2) Reverse Berkley, 3) Reverse Spetchley, 4) Sparsholt, 5) East Horsley, 6) Reverse Reveller, 7) Briefcase and Mobile Phone, 8) Newington, 9) Berkley, 10) Rushton Old, 11) Eclipse, 12) Slindon, 13) Stickland, 14) Iken, 15) Keyneston, 16) Derby, 17) Spetchley, 18) Waresley, 19) Ashow, 20) Reverse Shipton Gorge, 21) Draughton, 22) Bolnhurst, 23) Kemp Town, 24) Newbold Pacey, 25-26) Buscot, 27-28) Yatton Keynell, 29-30) Shipton Gorge, 31-32) Towersey, 33-34) Halton, 35-36) Fritwell, 37-38) Torbryan, 39-40) Denchworth, 41-42) Outwood, 43-44) Reverse Stickland, 45-46) Reverse Draughton, 47-48) Foremark, 49-50) Clearwell, 51-52) Reverse Truffler, 53-54) Kermit, 55-56) St Aelhaiarn, 57-58) Reveller, 59-60) Ettington, 61-62) Last Post, 63-64) Reverse Fritwell, 65-66) Truffler, 67-68) Poppy, 69-70) For the Fallen, 71-72) Remembrance Day, 73-74) Reverse Briefcase and Mobile Phone, 75-76) Reverse Keyneston, 77-78) Donhead, 79-80) Reverse Torbryan, 81-82) Reverse Kermit, 83-84) Reverse For the Fallen, 85-86) Tarrant, 87-88) Reverse Upton by Birkenhead, 89-90) Lockinge, 91-92) Reverse Derby, 93-94) Princess of Cambridge, 95-96) Barkham, 97-98) Prince of Cambridge, 99-100) Langdon Hills, 101-102) Upton by Birkenhead, 103-105) Guilsfield
1–2 Linnet R C Tutcher
3–4 Julian O Howes (C)
First handbell peal at first attempt and most methods: 1-2
The most Minimus methods yet rung to a peal. Comprising all Treble Bob Minimus methods consisting of 48 rows in the course (each row twice) that have a 34 half lead and 12 lead end.
With the band's congratulations to Phil and Jennie Earis on the arrival of their son Joseph Alexander.
Reverse Stickland 34.34.34.14.12x12.34,12
Reverse Draughton 34.34.34.14x12.12.34,12
Reverse Truffler 34.34.34.14xx12.34,12
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