St Martins Doubles

East Dorset Branch Practice Child Oakford Sat 15th Feb

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childe oakford practiceEast Dorset Branch Practice at Child Okeford Saturday 15th February 2-4pm so please put a note in your diaries now. Pub lunch has been booked at The Bakers Arms for 12.30pm in Child Okeford before the Branch Practice this Saturday 15th Feb – presently for six of us – but there is always room for more! – please let me know if you would like to join us for lunch. —

For this practice please look up the following methods:

If you can ring rounds – look up call changes / plain hunt
If you can ring Plain Bob & Grandsire Doubles – look up St Martins & St Simons Doubles.
If you can ring Plain Bob Minor – look up Single Oxford Bob Minor 
If you can ring Cambridge Surprise Minor – look up Ipswich Surprise Minor
If you can ring London & Cambridge Surprise Minor – look up York Surprise Minor

We cater to all interests at the branch practices – from rounds and call changes upwards, however if there is a particular method you would like to ring at the branch practices please do let me know so that we can add it to the programme for future practices.

Matthew Pike  –  click here for contact details and to visit Guild web page for this event

Quarter Peal Day Friday 31st January 2014

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Canford Magna. Click picture to see source on

To see the quarter peal on Bellboard, click the name of the tower

Friday, 31 January 2014 Canford Magna, Dorset 1292 Plain Minor
Friday, 31 January 2014 Lytchett Matravers (St Mary the Virgin), Dorset 1260 St Martin’s Bob Doubles
Friday, 31 January 2014 Lytchett Minster (Dedication Unknown), Dorset 1260 Grandsire Doubles

Another enjoyable day out superby organised by Ross including a very good lunch at The Coventry Arms. Well done to Richard, Paul and Rosalind who all achieved firsts and to Sally who very nearly called her first quarter of Stedman. Thanks too to everyone who came and helped. Next quarter peal day will be on Friday 21st February.  AJ

For more about the quarter peal days please click here.