Suffolk Guild
All Saints
Wednesday, 13 July 1966 in 2h 50 (10–0–21 in A♭)
5040 Spliced Minor (148m)
Being seven extents in 148 methods, as follows: (1) Calverleigh, Wilburton, Wrentham, Allesley, Hever, Marden, Swanscombe, Snodland, Lammas, Olney, Walsingham, Fulmer, Nowton, Offton, Preston, Rougham, Sproughton, Tannlngton Alliance, Crayford Little Court, Little, St. Lawrence, Burstwick and Bramford Little Bob (23 methods by A.R.Peake and H.Chant). (2) Sharnbrook, Ringstead, Beckford, Hayes, Winchcombe, Stonehouse, Stratton, Mitcham, Marlborough, Stanhoe, Mildenhall, Blaxhall, Buxton, Iver, Ramsbury, Ellacombe, Finchley, Minchinhampton, Kennett, Overton, Preshute, Bredfield, Cavendish, Dennington Alliance, Crayford Little Court, Little Bob and Barking Little Bob (27 methods by A.R.Peake, arranged by H.Chant). (3) Mendlesham and Tonbridge Alliance, Pontefract, Donottar, Alderbourne, Wath and Carisbrooke Delight, Childwall, Horsmonden, Thelwall, St. Clement’s, College, Wavertree, Killarney, Lytham, London, Reverse, Fulbeck, Frodsham, Plain, Canterbury, Cumberland, Ennerdale, Double, Windermere and Ullswater Bob and Belvedere Little Bob (27 methods by H.Chant, arranged by A.Peake). (4) Dronfield, Retford, Purleigh, Minehead, Quendon, Spalding, Lincoln, Coldstream and Redbourn Surprise, Peveril, Melandra, Tollesbury, Leasowe, Middlesex, Beeston, Vale Royal, St. Werburgh, Combermere and Crowland Delight (19 methods by P.W.Saltmarsh). (5) College Exercise, Norbury, Duke of Norfolk, London Scholars’ Pleasure, Kingston, Sandal, Gladstone, Hemsworth, Campanula, Royston, Penistone and York Minster Treble Bob, Beighton, Appleby and Redcar Surprise, Chepstow, Balmoral, Danbury, Fotheringay, Hatherop, Skipton, Rostheme, Wilmslow, Stisted, Bogedone, Pebmarsh and Knutsford Delight (27 methods by H.Chant, arranged by A.R.Peake). (6) Newdigate, Marple, Old Oxford, College Bob IV, Humber, Willesden, Braintree, Clarence, Charlwood, Neasden, St. Albans, Wragby, Taxal, Elston and Ashbocking Delight and Morning Star Treble Bob (16 methods by A.G.Driver, arranged by P.W.Saltmarsh). (7) Linden, Bamborough, Westminster, Allendale, Fryerning, Luton, Ripley, Broomfield, Rhyl, Fyfield and Thorne Surprise (11 Surprise methods by P.W.Saltmarsh). With 248 changes of method and a plain lead of every method included.
1 Robert E Lester
2 Janet I Rogers
3 Alice E J Lester
4 Robin H Rogers
5 George W Pipe
6 Howard W Egglestone (C)
The greatest number of methods yet rung to a peal.