Guild of St Cuileáin
26 Redlands Road
Monday, 29 March 2021 in 2h 36 (9 in B♭)
7200 Spliced Treble Dodging Minor (178m)
178m: Alderbourne, Balmoral, Barham, Beeston, Belvoir, Berkeley, Bogedone, Bucknall, Cadoxton, Caernarvon, Cambridge, Carisbrooke, Castleton, Chelsea, Chepstow, Cogenhoe, Conisborough, Conway, Coventry, Danbury, Disley, Donottar, Dover, Dunedin, Easthampstead, Edinburgh, Ely, Evening Star, Finchampstead, Fotheringay, Francis Genius, Fulmer, Hatherop, Hertfordshire, Hitcham, Kentish, Knutsford, Leasowe, Ludlow, Melandra, Middlesex, Neath, Oswald, Pattishall, Pebmarsh, Pembroke, Pevensey, Peveril, Pontefract, Richborough, Richmond, Rostherne, Shelford, Skipton, Stirling, Stisted, Tollesbury, Warwick, Wath, Westmorland, Wiggenhall, Wilmslow 3D; Abbeyville, Bedford, Braintree, Burnaby, Burslem, Canterbury, Charlwood, Clarence, College Bob IV, Combermere, Crowland, Elston, Evesham, Fountains, Glastonbury, Humber, Kirkstall, London Victory, Marple, Melrose, Merton, Neasden, Newdigate, Old Oxford, Sherborne, Southwark, St Albans, St Werburgh, Taxal, Tewkesbury, Tintern, Vale Royal, Waltham, Willesden, Wragby 4D; Allendale, Alnwick, Annable's London, Bacup, Bamborough, Berwick, Beverley, Blunsdon, Bourne, Brentford, Caithness, Cambridge, Canterbury, Carlisle, Chester, Coldstream, Cranford, Cunecastre, Durham, Flamstead, Fryerning, Hathern, Hexham, Hull, Ipswich, Kelso, Langleybury, Lightfoot, Lincoln, London, Morpeth, Munden, Netherseale, Newcastle, Norfolk, Northumberland, Norwich, Offley, Primrose, Redbourn, Rossendale, Sandiacre, Sedlescombe, Stamford, Surfleet, Warkworth, Wearmouth, Wells, Westminster, Whitley, Wooler, York S; Berwyn, British Scholars' Pleasure, Burton, Capel, Chadkirk, Cheviot, Chiltern, College Exercise, Cotswold, Duke of Norfolk, Kent, Killamarsh, Kingston, London Scholars' Pleasure, Mendip, Morning Star, Nelson, Norbury, Norton-le-Moors, Ockley, Oxford, Pennine, Quantock, Rochester, Sandal, Snowdon, Trinity Sunday, Waterford, Woodcock's Victory TB.
1–2 Colin G Newman
3–4 Daniel J Page
5–6 Jack E Page (C)
The first time this, the shortest composition of the standard 178, has been rung on handbells.
Most methods: 1-2 and 3-4.
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