Lincoln Diocesan Guild
St Denys
Wednesday, 21 August 1968 in 2h 33 (7–1–19 in A)
5040 Doubles (28m/101v)
Comprising 41 extents in the following 28 methods - Stedman Slow Course, St. Botolph, Coxwell Place, Stedman, Grandsire, Reverse Union Bob, Reverse St. Faith Bob, Reverse St. Julian Bob, Westminster II, Blackburn, St. Hilary, Dragon Bob, New Bob, Huntspill, St. Vedast, Blaisdon, St Nicholas, Winchendon Place, St. Remigius, Huntley, Reverse Canterbury, All Saints' Bob, Reverse St. Bartholomew, St. Simon, St. Martin, St. Osmund, Eynesbury Bob, Plain Bob; and 101 variations - St. Laud, Susanmead. Wroughton, St Firmin, St. Eadburga, Aspley, St. Kenelm, Spindlebury, Simpson, St. Katherine, St. Magnus, Kent, Sexagesima, Winchester, Wykeham, Vectis, Quinquagesima, Southampton, Romsey, Hampshire, Ember, St. Wilfred, St. Oswald, Sussex, Septuagesima, Stoke Bardolph, Arnold, Sandford, Sulgrave, Iffley, Ardingly, West Hanney, Darwin, Epperstone, Sevalcliffe, Standlake, Rousham, Burton Joyce, Lillingstone, Brightwell, St. Merryn, Hadham, Chippingham, Saville, St. Clether, Bradden, Kelmarsh, Tring, St. Samson, Oake, Stowey, Queens Park, Hendred, Radlett, St. Brewood, St. Giles, St. Miles, Church Greasley, Ezneih, Shareshill, Ryton, St. Cleer, Omega, Heyford, Chilton, Sarratt, Dummer, St. Mary, St. Crispin, St. Cecelia, Laverstoke, Lapley, St. John, Horsley, Obediah, Southrepps, St. Columb, Marchington, Fortune, St. Albans, St. Paul, St. Ambrose, St. John Evangelist, Elford, Austrey, St. Felix, St. Wenceslas, St. Ignatius, Churchill, Amersham, St. John Divine, St. Jude, St. Laurence, St. Austell, St. Stephen, Eynsham, St. Leonard, St. Ninian, St. John the Baptist, Kennington, Old.
1 Graham J N Colborne
2 Vaughan P Evans
3 Owen Homewood
4 Peter A Slight (C)
5 Dennis A Frith
6 David Leafe
25th peal together - 2, 5.
First peal at first attempt - 6.
Rung to welcome the Rev. and Mrs. J. J. A. Hodgins to the parish.
This peal included a first peal ringer on bell 6
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