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Performances for the Jubilee

Listed below are the towers that rang for the 70th anniversary of the Queen’s accession. If there are any more, please let me know. These, together with those rung for the Jubilee celebrations in June
will be included in the 2022 Guild performance report.

 

Sunday, 6 February 2022
Bodmin (St Petroc), Call Changes
Bodmin (St Petroc), Rounds
Calstock (St Andrew), Rise, Rounds and Call Changes, Lower
Gulval (St Gulval), 1260 Stedman Triples
Gulval (St Gulval), 240 Grandsire Doubles
Gwennap (St Weneppa), 70 Call Changes
Helston (St Michael), 70 Call Changes
Kenwyn (St Keyne), 70 Stedman Triples
Launcells (St Andrew & St Swithin), Call Changes
Ludgvan (St Ludgvan), Call Changes
Marhamchurch (St Marwenne), Call Changes
Penzance (St Mary the Virgin), 24 Call Changes
Pillaton (St Odulph), 128 Spliced Queens and Tittums Triples Call Changes
St Agnes (St Agnes), General Ringing
St Budock (St Budocus), Call Changes Based on Queens
St Gluvias (St Gluvias), Call Changes Based on Queens
St Mawgan in Pydar (St Mawgan), 70 Call Changes
Stratton (St Andrew), Ringing on 8 bells
Truro (Cathedral Church of St Mary), 70 Call Changes (x2)wi
Week St Mary (St Mary the Virgin), General Ringing

 

Monday, 7 February 2022
Kenwyn (St Keyne), 1280 Elizabeth Surprise Major
St Dominic (St Dominica), 1296 Surprise Minor (2m)
St Erme (St Hermes), 120 Call Changes

 

We are now in the run up to the Jubilee June bank holiday celebrations. A suggestion of ringing to coincide with the Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday 3rd has been made and
another of ringing on Sunday 5th between 19:52 and 20:22. However these are merely ideas and if there is a more appropriate time to ring, that will fit in with local services or street parties, then do
so.
 
Of course, what you ring is entirely up to you and your band. In the coming weeks I will be publishing some compositions on the Guild website. These will include call change compositions on 6 and 8
bells of 70 changes (thanks to Phil Tremain and Eric Bannister) and some short touches of various methods of an appropriate length.
 
Please publicise your Jubilee ringing on either Bellboard, Facebook or even directly to me so that all the performances can be collated at the end of the year.
Jonathan Young (Performance Sec.)
ringingperformances@tdgr.org.uk
 

Quarter Peals & Other Performances

For the complete quarter peal reports for 2018 and 2019 please visit:

Link to a list of quarter peals rung by the TDGR with a >50% resident band (2008 to 2019). 

An updated analysis of quarter peals rung by the TDGR in Cornwall from 2008 to 2019.

Coming soon… an update on what the Guild has been ringing when we haven’t been ringing!