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Andrea’s 1st Quarter

Quarter peal 358

Lancashire Association
Blackburn, Lancashire
St Jude
Tuesday, 30 August 2016 in 44m (6–0–25 in D♭)
1,260 Plain Bob Doubles

  1. L Martin Daniels
  2. Bob Moody
  3. Raymond A Hutchings (C)
  4. Ian Fowler
  5. Graham Barnes
  6. Andrea Robinson

Rung on the back six by members of the regular Sunday service band. First quarter peal: 6.

¼ peal band at Saint Jude's, Blackburn

¼ peal band at Saint Jude’s, Blackburn following Andrea’s first quarter peal.

Quarter 347

Lancashire Association
Blackburn, Lancashire
St Jude
Sunday, 1 November 2015 in 0:43 (6–0–25 in D♭)
1,260 Plain Bob Minor
Composed by Glenn A A Taylor

  1. Donna Jones
  2. Barbara D Murray
  3. L Martin Daniels
  4. Ian P Fowler
  5. Graham Barnes
  6. Raymond A Hutchings (C)

Rung half muffled on the back six. Rung before the All Souls Eve Service.

A completely uneventful ¼ in which nothing other than “go”, “bob”, “single” or “that’s all” was said. Everyone seemed to have a good time and everyone went home with a smile on their face.

£3.00

Composition

1,260 Plain Bob Minor
Glenn A A Taylor

2345    W   B   H
-----------------
5243    -   ss  3

Six part. s for – halfway and end. Omit ss from parts 4, 5 and 6.

Quarter 346

Lancashire Association
Blackburn, Lancashire
Cathedral Church of St Mary the Virgin
Thursday, 8 October 2015 (8–1–6 in A)
1,260 Plain Bob Doubles

  1. Janet Stockton
  2. Raymond A Hutchings (C)
  3. Ian Fowler
  4. Gary Wignall
  5. Graham Barnes
  6. Bruce Kitchin

Rung on the front six. First Quarter Peal: 6. 100th Quarter Peal as conductor: 2.
£3.00

Quarter 345

Lancashire Association
Blackburn, Lancashire
Cathedral Church of St Mary the Virgin
Sunday, 19 July 2015 in 0:44
1,260 Plain Bob Minor
  1. Janet Stockton
  2. Donna Jones
  3. Ian P Fowler
  4. Graham Barnes
  5. Jean Barnes
  6. Raymond A Hutchings (C)
Rung on the front six. For Evensong and a Farewell to Archdeacon John Hawley.
£3.00
Likely to be my 99th ¼ peal as Conductor. Ian Fowler’s first ¼ peal in about 20 or so years.