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2018 Quarters

 

2018 Quarter Peal Report

 

There were 119 quarters rung for the TDGR in 2018, a slight increase from 116 in 2017 and stopping the downward trend seen in the last few years. Those quarter peals were rung at 45 venues and by 128 ringers. This is the lowest number of ringers of quarter peals in the last eleven years and the second lowest number of venues, so whilst the total number remains healthy it appears that more quarters are being rung by fewer people and at fewer towers.

 

Ten quarters and six call change performances were rung during the Quarter Peal Week

 

The joint leading ringers were Neil and Jane Hitchens with 49 followed by Sam Nankervis (40), Claire Sowden (38) and Carolyn Howell (30). The leading tower was Carbis Bay with 12 quarters followed by Kenwyn (9), St Winnow (8) and Gulval (7). The conducting was shared by 26 people with Jonathan Young (17) and Owen Borlase (13) topping this list.

 

Congratulations to Bob Thornton, John Atkinson, Geoff Codling, Sue Britchford, Cameron Luke, Melanie Challis, Margot Hartley, Ashley Jones and Paul Elliot for ringing their first quarters in 2018 and to Joanne Barnes for her first as conductor.

 

The St Dominick-Pillaton band have rung two new Minor methods this year: Weary Friarning Surprise and Who’d Have Thought It Inn Surprise, both somewhat novel as they have only four leads in the plain course. Quarters of Spliced Surprise Major are now rung regularly in the Central, Eastern and Western districts, however quarters of Surprise Royal have decreased to only two in 2018. The first 10-bell quarter was rung at St Winnow and Adam Beer’s Black Cynet tour visited in May, ringing quarters at all the 10-bell towers in the county (but not all for the TDGR).

 

The Hurland Road handbell band have also seen an increase in productivity with regular  monthly quarter peal successes.

 

A large proportion of the Guild took part in the national ‘Ringing Remembers’ event in November, ringing quarter peals and call change performance. These included Ringing Remembers recruits Chris Davie, Christina Hancox, Sally Hamlyn, Jonty Hayes and Paul White.

  1. StBuryan St Buriana 05-Jan 59m 1320 Norwich Surprise Minor 1 Graham Baskerville, 2 Claire Sowden, 3 Jane Hitchens, 4 Sam Nankervis, 5 Neil Hitchens, 6 Chris Venn (C), Birthday compliment to Sam and to welcome 2018.
  2. Gulval St Gulval 06-Jan 46m 1280 Spliced Surprise Major (standard 8) 1 Jane Hitchens, 2 Norman Mattingley, 3 Claire Sowden, 4 Martin Spittle, 5 Carolyn Howell, 6 Neil Hitchens, 7 Chris Venn, 8 Sam Nankervis (C),
  3. St Dominic St Dominica 06-Jan 38m 1309 Doubles (1p/3m/4v) 1 Maire Warwick, 2 Anne Body, 3 Phil Morse, 4 Richard Warwick, 5 Owen Borlase (C), 6 Kevan Borlase, Rung to celebrate the life of Amy Cloake, past Church Warden and ringer at Landulph for many years. A fun loving and kind lady who will be sadly missed. RIP.
  4. Pillaton St Odulph 12-Jan 44m 1296 Weary Friarning Surprise Minor 1 Maire Warwick, 2 Anne Body, 3 Robert Brown, 4 Phil Morse, 5 Richard Warwick, 6 Owen Borlase (C), First Quarter in the method. Proposed name: Weary Friarning Surprise: X34X14X12X1236X12X1236-12. Named after Pillaton’s local pub The Weary Friar. Rung to mark the 1st birthday of Jowan Body, grandson of 2.
  5. Phillack St Felicitas 19-Jan 46m 1260 Grandsire Triples 1 Jane Hitchens, 2 Debbie Spittle, 3 David Parkin, 4 Martin Spittle, 5 Sam Nankervis, 6 Terry Lane, 7 Neil Hitchens (C), 8 Doreen Sullivan, Birthday compliment to Terry for Sunday the 21st.
  6. Callington St Mary 22-Jan 44m 1300 Reverse Canterbury Pleasure Place Doubles 1 Kim Sudell, 2 Anne Body, 3 Phil Morse, 4 Ian Banbury, 5 Owen Borlase (C), 6 Kevan Borlase, Rung on the back six. First Rev. Canterbury at first attempt: 4.

 

 

  1. St Winnow St Winnow 03-Feb 43m 1259 Grandsire Caters 1 Chris Venn, 2 John Davis, 3 Norman Mattingley, 4 Neil Hitchens, 5 Phil Young, 6 Jonathan Young (C), 7 Ian Young, 8 Jane Hitchens, 9 David Ralls, 10 Carolyn Howell, First 10 bell quarter on the bells 1/4
  2. Gorran St Goranus 03-Feb 51m 1340 Spliced Plain Royal (2m) 1 Jane Hitchens, 2 Chris Venn, 3 David Ralls, 4 Phil Young, 5 Norman Mattingley, 6 Carolyn Howell, 7 Ian Young, 8 Neil Hitchens, 9 John Davis, 10 Jonathan Young (C), 2/4
  3. St StepheninBrannel St Stephen 03-Feb 44m 1344 Rutland Surprise Major 1 Phil Young, 2 Hayley Young, 3 Jane Hitchens, 4 John Davis, 5 Jonathan Young (C), 6 Neil Hitchens, 7 Carolyn Howell, 8 Chris Venn, 3/4
  4. Probus SS Probus and Grace 03-Feb 52m 1332 Stedman Triples 1 Carolyn Howell, 2 Jane Hitchens, 3 Neil Hitchens, 4 Ian Young, 5 John Davis, 6 Chris Venn, 7 Jonathan Young (C), 8 Hayley Young, 4/4 To welcome Jack Mawgan Hitchens born 6th January. A grandson for Neil and Jane
  5. St StepheninBrannel 05-Feb 45m 1260 Grandsire Triples 1 Robert Corney, 2 Phil Morse, 3 Ruth Reeves, 4 Jeff Britchford, 5 John Insley, 6 Phil Tremain (C), 7 Dave Ralls, 8 David Goodwin, In thanksgiving for the life of Jean Couch, sometime ringer at Kenwyn, Truro.
  6. Marhamchurch St Marwenne 10-Feb 45m 1260 Bob Doubles, Grandsire Doubles 1 Esther Jones, 2 Liz Gliddon (C), 3 Robert Corney, 4 Dave Garvie, 5 Sue Shadrick (C), 6 Nigel Cann, To celebrate the birth of Nieva Rose Gliddon (b 13/12/17)and Delphine Shadrick (b 13/01/18), grandchildren of the joint conductors.
  7. Carbis Bay St Anta and All Saints 12-Feb 45m 1280 Belfast Surprise Major 1 Debbie Spittle, 2 Jane Hitchens, 3 Claire Sowden, 4 Norman Mattingley, 5 Martin Spittle, 6 Neil Hitchens, 7 Carolyn Howell, 8 Sam Nankervis (C), Rung to celebrate the life of Jean Alexander Couch, mother of the treble ringer.
  8. Truro 16 Hurland Road 15-Feb 35m 1440 St Clement’s College Bob Minor 1-2 Phil Tremain, 3-4 Dave Ralls, 5-6 Norman Mattingley (C), 1st in method in hand 1-2
  9. Penzance St Mary the Virgin 17-Feb 52m 1296 Cambridge Surprise Minor 1 Claire Sowden, 2 Mervyn A Arscott, 3 Frederick J Sage, 4 Sam Nankervis, 5 Chris Venn (C), 6 Paul Feast, Rung on the back 6 in memoriam of John Harry, organist and choirmaster at Paul, Cornwall, who was also associated with Penzance and St Just.
  10. Marhamchurch St Marwenne 24-Feb 45m 1260 Grandsire Doubles 1 Robert Corney, 2 Liz Gliddon, 3 Joanne Barnes (C), 4 Dave Garvie, 5 Helen Barnes, 6 Nigel Cann, A 60th birthday compliment to Jo, first as conductor.
  11. Fowey St Fimbarrus 24-Feb 47m 1260 Grandsire Triples 1 Jane M Hitchens, 2 Ruth E Reeves, 3 E Anne Body, 4 Philip J Morse, 5 Philip J Tremain, 6 T Neil Hitchens, 7 Fergus M S Stracey (C), 8 Ashley Jones, First Quarter – 8 In memoriam Jean Husband, a Fowey Ringer for many years who would have attained 80 years on 23-02-2018
  12. Tywardreath St Andrew 24-Feb 44m 1320 Rhyl Surprise Minor 1 E Anne Body, 2 Jane M Hitchens, 3 Ruth E Reeves, 4 Philip J Morse, 5 T Neil Hitchens, 6 Fergus M S Stracey (C), For the Christening of Lowenna Roise Haughey in Armagh
  13. Gulval St Gulval 26-Feb 43m 1250 Superlative Surprise Major 1 Debbie Spittle, 2 Carolyn Howell (C), 3 Jane Hitchens, 4 Chris Venn, 5 Sam Nankervis, 6 Martin Spittle, 7 Neil Hitchens, 8 Norman Mattingley, 500th quarter for Carolyn. Rung to celebrate the life of John Fursland, father of Jane, who passed away on February 13th aged 93. He had been attending Gulval Church and singing in the choir regularly when on family holidays since he was a small boy.

 

 

  1. St Winnow St Winnow 04-Mar 47m 1260 Plain Bob Doubles 1 Rachel M Mackonochie, 2 Bryony P H Dorrington, 3 Andrew J Mackonochie, 4 James Davis, 5 Richard B Dorrington (C), 6 Jago B Hannen, 7 Melanie Challis, 8 Margot Hartley, 9 Sil Edwards, First quarter Melanie Challis and Margot Hartley Rung as a birthday complement to Melanie Challis, Bryony Dorrington, Kathryn Pearce and Brenda Newton
  2. Perranzabuloe St Piran 05-Mar 43m 1260 Doubles (4m) 1 Ruth Reeves, 2 John Insley, 3 Debbie Spittle, 4 Martin Spittle, 5 Phil Tremain (C), 6 Annie Holland, Arranged for and on the Feast of St.Piran, patron saint of tinners and one of the patron saints of Cornwall. Gool Peran Lowen!!
  3. St Winnow St Winnow 09-Mar 35m 1272 Plain Bob Minimus 1 Jago B Hannen, 2 Andrew J Mackonochie, 3 Michael J Batte, 4 Richard B Dorrington (C), 5 Robert P Pearce, First Quarter on treble for Jago aged 10.
  4. Ludgvan St Ludgvan 10-Mar 43m 1296 London Surprise Minor 1 Carolyn Howell, 2 Claire Sowden, 3 Jane Hitchens, 4 Neil Hitchens, 5 Sam Nankervis, 6 Chris Venn (C), A get well compliment to Chris Pickford.
  5. Penzance St Mary the Virgin 10-Mar 45m 1260 Erin Triples 1 Jane Hitchens, 2 Chris Venn, 3 Claire Sowden, 4 Carolyn Howell, 5 Sam Nankervis, 6 Neil Hitchens, 7 Jonathan Young (C), 8 Hayley Young,
  6. Carbis Bay St Anta and All Saints 12-Mar 43m 1250 Spliced Surprise Major (2m) 1 Chris Venn, 2 Jane Hitchens, 3 Claire Sowden, 4 Debbie Spittle, 5 Martin Spittle, 6 Neil Hitchens, 7 Carolyn Howell, 8 Sam Nankervis (C),
  7. Callington St Mary 19-Mar 45m 1260 Stedman Triples 1 Clare L Stagg, 2 Philip J Morse, 3 Richard M Warwick, 4 Donald J Crocker, 5 Robert W Brown, 6 David J Crocker, 7 Fergus M S Stracey (C), Rung without a cover after meeting short for practice
  8. St Winnow St Winnow 23-Mar 42m 1260 Grandsire Doubles 1 Richard B Dorrington, 2 Bryony P H Dorrington, 3 Michael J Batte, 4 Andrew J Mackonochie, 5 Robert P Pearce (C), 6 Jago B Hannen,

 

  1. Gulval St Gulval 02-Apr 46m 1250 London Surprise Major 1 Chris Barnes, 2 Jane Hitchens, 3 Chris Venn, 4 Claire Sowden, 5 Norman Mattingley, 6 Neil Hitchens, 7 Carolyn Howell, 8 Sam Nankervis (C), Rung for Easter
  2. Otterham St Denis 04-Apr 45m 1260 Plain Bob Minor 1 Robert Corney, 2 Ruth Reeves, 3 John Insley, 4 Martin Spittle, 5 Dave Ralls, 6 Phil Tremain (C), Before the funeral of Patricia Anne Lettis, PCC Treasurer at the time the bells were restored & augmented. Also remembering Lance Corporal John Ching DCLI, aged 28, a ringer at Stratton, who was killed in action 13th April 1918.
  3. St Erth St Ercus 09-Apr 43m 1272 Carlisle Surprise Minor 1 Claire Sowden, 2 Martin Spittle, 3 Jane Hitchens, 4 Carolyn Howell, 5 Neil Hitchens, 6 Chris Venn (C), Thanks to Jane for her five years as TDGR Western District Secretary
  4. Carbis Bay St Anta and All Saints 16-Apr 43m 1280 Bristol Surprise Major 1 Debbie Spittle, 2 Jane Hitchens, 3 Carolyn Howell, 4 Claire Sowden, 5 Martin Spittle, 6 Norman Mattingley, 7 Neil Hitchens, 8 Sam Nankervis (C),
  5. St Buryan St Buriana 21-Apr 58m 1274 Cambridge Surprise Minor 1 Jane Hitchens, 2 Claire Sowden, 3 Sam Nankervis, 4 Neil Hitchens, 5 Chris Venn (C), 6 Chris Pickford, Rung to celebrate the 92nd Birthday of HM Queen Elizabeth
  6. Penzance St Mary the Virgin 21-Apr 48m 1274 St Simon’s Bob Triples 1 Heather Pickford, 2 Carolyn Howell, 3 Jane Hitchens, 4 Sam Nankervis, 5 Chris Venn, 6 Neil Hitchens, 7 Chris Pickford (C), 8 Claire Sowden, To celebrate the 92nd Birthday of HM Queen Elizabeth. First quarter in the method for all except 7.
  7. Paul St Pol de Leon 22-Apr 46m 1260 Stedman Doubles 1 Claire Sowden, 2 John Pladdys (C), 3 Paul Feast, 4 Sam Nankervis, 5 Chris Venn, 6 John Swan, With congratulations and best wishes to Paul Feast and Carol Toms on their wedding.
  8. St Dominic St Dominica 22-Apr 42m 1272 Surprise Minor (2m) 1 Anne Body, 2 Phil Morse, 3 David Crocker, 4 Simon Adams, 5 Matthew Thewsey, 6 Owen Borlase (C),
  9. Carbis Bay St Anta and All Saints 23-Apr 37m 1320 Cambridge Surprise Minor 1 Sam Nankervis, 2 Chris Venn, 3 Claire Sowden, 4 Jane Hitchens, 5 Chris Barnes, 6 Norman Mattingley (C), On St George’s Day. To celebrate the birth of a son to William and Kate,the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

 

 

  1. St Keverne St Keverne 05-May 48m 1282 Cambridge Surprise Royal 1 Jane Hitchens, 2 Chris Venn, 3 Carolyn Howell, 4 Gill Hughes, 5 John Davis, 6 Sam Nankervis, 7 Neil Hitchens, 8 Andrew Baxter, 9 Adam Beer (C), 10 Roger Lawson, Rung as part of the Black Cygnet Tour 2018.
  2. Carbis Bay St Anta and All Saints 05-May 45m 1260 Plain Bob Royal 1 Carolyn Howell, 2 Chris Venn, 3 Mark Hood, 4 Jane Hitchens, 5 Roger Lawson, 6 Debbie Spittle, 7 Martin Spittle, 8 Neil Hitchens, 9 Sam Nankervis, 10 Adam Beer (C), This is the first time all four of the ten bell towers in Cornwall have been rung to quarter peals in one day. Rung as part of the Black Cygnet Tour 2018.
  3. Truro Cathedral and Parish Church of St Mary 05-May 1254 Grandsire Cinques 1 Neil Hitchens, 2 Jane Hitchens, 3 Mark Hood, 4 Carolyn Howell, 5 Gill Hughes, 6 Kellie Hajek, 7 David Ralls, 8 Sam Nankervis, 9 Adam Beer (C), 10 Andrew Baxter, 11 Robert Perry, 12 Roger Lawson, Rung to celebrate 5 years of the Black Cygnet Tour/Programme as part of BC2018.
  4. Stithians St Stedyana 07-May 42m 1272 Norwich Surprise Minor 1 Jane Hitchens, 2 Claire Sowden, 3 Andrew Baxter, 4 Neil Hitchens, 5 Sam Nankervis, 6 Adam Beer (C), Rung as part of the Black Cygnet Tour 2018.
  5. Lelant 12-May 45m 1260 Plain Bob Doubles 1 Jo Hodding, 2 Judith Holden, 3 Betty Rice, 4 Phil Simpson, 5 Sam Nankervis, 6 Mike Rice, Rung on the 84th anniversary of the internment of Henry Jenner.
  6. Callington St Mary 14-May 43m 1250 Pudsey Surprise Major 1 Clare L Stagg, 2 Philip J Morse, 3 E Anne Body, 4 Richard M Warwick, 5 Robert W Brown, 6 Donald J Crocker, 7 Fergus M S Stracey, 8 Owen J Borlase (C), 175th quarter together: 7 & 8. Rung open in memory of Edwin C Davis of Tavistock, on the day of his funeral.
  7. St Winnow St Winnow 18-May 44m 1260 Plain Bob Doubles 1 Robert P Pearce, 2 Bryony P H Dorrington, 3 Michael J Batte, 4 Sil Edwards, 5 Richard B Dorrington (C), 6 Andrew J Mackonochie, Wedding compliment to Duke and Duchess of Sussex First quarter inside 4
  8. St Winnow St Winnow 21-May 36m 1260 Plain Bob Doubles 1 Robert P Pearce, 2 Bryony P H Dorrington, 3 William G Reynolds, 4 Andrew J Mackonochie, 5 Richard B Dorrington (C), Rung as an 88th birthday compliment to William G Reynolds First quarter peal together for the ringers of 2, 3 and 5 for over forty years
  9. Pillaton St Odulph 25-May 46m 1440 Weary Friarning Surprise Minor 1 Maire Warwick, 2 Anne Body, 3 Robert Brown, 4 Phil Morse, 5 Richard Warwick, 6 Owen Borlase (C), First legitimate length in the method for the proposed name to be accepted. Weary Friarning Surprise: X34X14X12X1236X12X1236-12. Named after Pillaton’s local pub The Weary Friar. 50th quarter in the tower: 6.
  10. Kenwyn St Keyne 27-May 47m 1344 London Surprise Major 1 Jonathan Young (C), 2 Hayley Young, 3 Claire Sowden, 4 Ruth Reeves, 5 Ian Young, 6 Peter Sharp, 7 Sam Nankervis, 8 John Davis, Rung in anticipation of the birth of baby Mattingley. Born 30th May, a daughter for David and Jenny
  11. Carbis Bay St Anta and All Saints 28-May 47m 1280 Ealing Surprise Major 1 Chris Barnes, 2 Jane Hitchens, 3 Claire Sowden, 4 Carolyn Howell, 5 Norman Mattingley, 6 Neil Hitchens, 7 Jonathan Young, 8 Sam Nankervis (C), Birthday compliment to Carolyn.
  12. Truro, 16 Hurland Road 31-May 38m 1264 Plain Bob Major 1-2 Peter Sharp, 3-4 Phil Tremain, 5-6 Norman Mattingley (C), 7-8 Martin Spittle, To congratulate Norman & Steph Mattingley on the birth of their first grandchild, Rebecca Lois Mattingley a daughter for David & Jenny. Also best wishes for a speedy recovery to Debbie Spittle.
  13. Perranarworthal St Piran 03-Jun 45m 1320 Cambridge Surprise Minor 1 George Stevens, 2 Michael Wycherley, 3 Alun Thomas, 4 Ian Young, 5 Martin Spittle, 6 Norman Mattingley (C), To Celebrate the Admission and Installation of The Reverend Father Simon Bone as a Non-Residentiary Canon at Truro Cathedral.

 

 

  1. Carbis Bay St Anta and All Saints 04-Jun 33m 1272 Jarrom Surprise Minor 1 Norman Mattingley, 2 Claire Sowden, 3 Jane Hitchens, 4 Neil Hitchens, 5 Carolyn Howell, 6 Sam Nankervis (C), Rung on the front six. 1st Q in M for all. With best wishes from the Monday night band to Debbie Spittle for a speedy recovery. Congratulations to David and Jenny Mattingley on the birth of Rebecca Lois on May 30th.
  2. Poughill St Olaf King and Martyr 06-Jun 43m 1260 Doubles (8mv) 1 Ruth Reeves, 2 Phil Morse, 3 Robert Corney, 4 Phil Tremain (C), 5 John Insley, 6 John Hereward, 1st as a septuagenarian – 3. Best wishes for a speedy recovery to Debbie Spittle.
  3. Carbis Bay St Anta and All Saints 11-Jun 42m 1296 Spacehopper Little Surprise Major 1 Chris Barnes, 2 Jane Hitchens, 3 Claire Sowden, 4 Hayley Young, 5 Sam Nankervis, 6 Neil Hitchens, 7 Carolyn Howell, 8 Norman Mattingley (C), 1st in m for all.
  4. Kenwyn St Keyne 17-Jun 44m 1272 Cambridge Surprise Minor 1 Norman Mattingley, 2 Ruth Reeves, 3 Adam Pym, 4 Ian Young, 5 John Davis, 6 Jonathan Young (C), For Evensong
  5. Callington St Mary 25-Jun 45m 1260 Spliced Minor (2m) 1 Kim Sudell, 2 Maire Warwick, 3 Phil Morse, 4 Kevan Borlase, 5 Richard Warwick, 6 Owen Borlase (C), 7 Ian Banbury, Rung on bells 1, 3-8 to mark the recent birthday of Anne Body.
  6. Gulval St Gulval 26-Jun 45m 1260 Grandsire Doubles 1 Cameron Luke, 2 Claire Sowden, 3 Jane Hitchens, 4 Sam Nankervis, 5 Neil Hitchens (C), 6 Phil Peters, First quarter 1. To wish Cameron all the best when he leaves to start his new job in Grahamstown, South Africa.
  7. St Eval St Uvelus 27-Jun 40m 1272 Kent Treble Bob Minor 1 Richard Dorrington, 2 Phil Morse, 3 Ruth Reeves, 4 John Insley, 5 Dave Ralls, 6 Phil Tremain (C), For the Petertide Ordinations at Truro Cathedral, especially Tess Lowe who will be serving in the Lann Pydar Benefice (St Columb Major, St Ervan, St Eval & St Mawgan). 350th as C.
  8. Charlestown St Paul 30-Jun 38m 1320 Cambridge Surprise Minor 1 David Ralls, 2 John Davis, 3 Carolyn Howell, 4 Neil Hitchens, 5 Jane Hitchens, 6 Jonathan Young (C), 1/4
  9. St Austell Holy Trinity 30-Jun 50m 1312 Turramurra Surprise Major 1 Hayley Young, 2 Jane Hitchens, 3 Carolyn Howell, 4 David Ralls, 5 Ian Young, 6 John Davis, 7 Neil Hitchens, 8 Jonathan Young (C), 2/4
  10. Fowey St Fimbarrus 30-Jun 49m 1250 Superlative Surprise Major 1 Jane Hitchens, 2 Carolyn Howell, 3 Claire Sowden, 4 John Davis, 5 Chris Venn, 6 Ian Young, 7 Neil Hitchens, 8 Jonathan Young (C), 3/4
  11. Ladock St Ladoca 30-Jun 45m 1280 Spliced Surprise Major (4m) 1 Jane Hitchens, 2 John Davis, 3 Claire Sowden, 4 Hayley Young, 5 Carolyn Howell, 6 Neil Hitchens, 7 Chris Venn, 8 Jonathan Young (C), 4/4

 

 

  1. St Dominic St Dominica 13-Jul 45m 1440 Who’d Have Thought It Inn Surprise Minor 1 Maire Warwick, 2 Anne Body, 3 Robert Brown, 4 Phil Morse, 5 Richard Warwick, 6 Owen Borlase (C), First quarter in the method. Proposed name: Who’d Have Thought It Inn Surprise: X34X14X12X36X14X1236-12. Named after St Dominick’s local pub the “Who’d Have Thought It Inn”.
  2. Callington St Mary 16-Jul 48m 1250 Uxbridge Surprise Major 1 Kim Sudell, 2 Clare L Stagg, 3 E Anne Body, 4 Philip J Morse, 5 Donald J Crocker, 6 Robert W Brown, 7 David J Crocker, 8 Fergus M S Stracey (C), Remembering Scamp, Clare & Fergus’s dog who died on 10 July 2018 aged 15 years
  3. Kenwyn St Keyne 22-Jul 45m 1344 Spliced Surprise Major (3m) 1 Norman Mattingley, 2 David Ralls, 3 Hayley Young, 4 Ruth Reeves, 5 Ian Young, 6 Adam Pym, 7 Sam Nankervis, 8 Jonathan Young (C), For Evensong and as a compliment to Michael and Elaine Wycherley for their forthcoming Golden Wedding Anniversary. 1st Spliced- 6.
  4. Truro, 16 Hurland Road 26-Jul 40m 1264 Plain Bob Major 1-2 Dave Ralls, 3-4 Martin Spittle, 5-6 Norman Mattingley (C), 7-8 Phil Tremain, Golden Wedding compliment to Michael & Elaine Wycherley. 1st away from tenors, 3-4.

 

 

  1. Advent St Adwena 06-Aug 40m 1272 Oxford Treble Bob Minor 1 Eric Bannister, 2 Robert Corney, 3 Ruth Reeves, 4 Martin Spittle, 5 Dave Ralls, 6 Phil Tremain (C), First quarter after hernia repair – 2.
  2. Penzance St Mary the Virgin 06-Aug 52m 1250 Bristol Surprise Major 1 Ann-Marie Hopkins, 2 Claire Sowden, 3 Jane Hitchens, 4 Alastair Hopkins, 5 Robert Perry, 6 Sam Nankervis, 7 Neil Hitchens, 8 Jonathan Young (C),
  3. Pillaton St Odulph 06-Aug 44m 1250 Quedgeley Surprise Major 1 Phil Morse, 2 Anne Body, 3 Don Crocker, 4 Richard Warwick, 5 Robert Brown, 6 David Crocker, 7 Fergus Stracey, 8 Owen Borlase (C),
  4. St Winnow St Winnow 06-Aug 41m 1260 Plain Bob Doubles 1 Robert P Pearce, 2 Bryony P H Dorrington, 3 Sil Edwards, 4 Michael J Batte, 5 Richard B Dorrington (C), 6 Mark Bramich, 7 Margot Hartley, Rung as a compliment to Sam and Georgina Stephens of St Winnow who were married on Saturday. Also a compliment to Margot as she prepares for her travels and to Andy Mackonochie on his birthday.
  5. Kenwyn St Keyne 26-Aug 46m 1280 Spliced Surprise Major (5m) 1 Phil Young, 2 Claire Sowden, 3 Ruth Reeves, 4 Ian Young, 5 Adam Pym, 6 David Ralls, 7 Norman Mattingley (C), 8 Sam Nankervis, For evening service. Birthday compliment to Hayley Young. Most methods – 5
  6. St StepheninBrannel St Stephen 27-Aug 43m 1270 Doubles (2 Methods) 1 Jeff Britchford, 2 Phil Tremain, 3 Roger Tallis, 4 Robert J Perry, 5 David Ralls (C), 6 Sue Britchford, 70th Birthday compliment to Jeff (today) First Quarter – 6
  7. Penzance St Mary the Virgin 27-Aug 50m 1280 Spliced Surprise Major (3m) 1 Norman Mattingley, 2 Carolyn Howell, 3 Jane Hitchens, 4 Claire Sowden, 5 Chris Venn, 6 Jonathan Young, 7 Neil Hitchens, 8 Sam Nankervis (C),

 

 

  1. Carbis Bay St Anta and All Saints 03-Sep 44m 1259 Grandsire Caters 1 Norman Mattingley, 2 Chris Venn, 3 Claire Sowden, 4 Jane Hitchens, 5 Jonathan Young, 6 Martin Spittle, 7 Dave Ralls, 8 Carolyn Howell, 9 Sam Nankervis (C), 10 Neil Hitchens, Rung in memory of Steve Goddard, long-serving member of the Truro Diocesan Guild of Ringers.
  2. St Winnow St Winnow 03-Sep 36m 1260 Plain Bob Doubles 1 Robert P Pearce, 2 Rachel M Mackonochie, 3 Sil Edwards, 4 Andrew J Mackonochie, 5 Richard B Dorrington (C),
  3. Perranzabuloe St Piran 05-Sep 45m 1260 Doubles (2m) 1 Christine Iles, 2 John F Underwood, 3 Alison Grey, 4 Sandra Underwood, 5 Martin Spittle (C), 6 Geoff Codling, To celebrate the life of Steve Goddard, past ringing master of the RAF Guild. First quarter for 6. Also rung for Guild Ringing Performance Week.
  4. Perranarworthal St Piran 06-Sep 45m 1260 Grandsire Doubles 1 Eric Bannister, 2 Sandra Underwood, 3 Debbie Spittle, 4 Alison Grey, 5 Martin Spittle (C), 6 John F Underwood, To celebrate the life of Steve Goddard, former Master of the RAF Guild. First quarter since major surgery 3.
  5. Tywardreath St Andrew 10-Sep 44m 1280 Doubles (2m) 1 Sil Edwards, 2 Anne Body, 3 Annie Holland, 4 Terry Lane, 5 Phil Tremain (C), 6 Paul Elliot, 80th birthday compliment to Ron Husband. 1st Q – 6.
  6. St Erth St Ercus 10-Sep 43m 1296 Wells Surprise Minor 1 Carolyn Howell, 2 Claire Sowden, 3 Jane Hitchens, 4 Neil Hitchens, 5 Sam Nankervis, 6 Chris Venn (C),
  7. St Eval St Uvelus 11-Sep 43m 1260 Grandsire Doubles 1 Phil Tremain, 2 Helen Perry, 3 Andy Hardy, 4 Ian Young, 5 Robert Perry (C), 6 Phil Young, Rung in the Coastal Command Church remembering Steve Goddard, RAF. 1st Grandsire inside – 3.
  8. Poughill St Olaf King and Martyr 11-Sep 47m 1260 Grandsire Doubles 1 Liz Gliddon, 2 Esther Jones, 3 Jo Barnes, 4 Helen Barnes, 5 Robert Corney (C), 6 David Garvie, Rung to mark the retirement of Rev. Paul Whybrow from St. Olaf`s. A 75th birthday compliment to Barry Baddock (09/09)co-ordinator of the UCC Harriers` reunions, birthday wishes to 4 (23/09) as she prepares for her passage to India. 1st since hip replacement 2,first as cover here. Tower captain Derick Prouse wishes to be associated with this quarter.
  9. Crowan St Crewenna 11-Sep 45m 1260 Plain Bob Triples 1 Peter Whitwam, 2 Val Williams, 3 Eric Bannister, 4 Annie Holland, 5 Alun Thomas, 6 George Stevens, 7 John Davis (C), 8 Rosie Falco, 1st in method and 1st of triples for George (14). For Guild 1/4 peal/Ringing Performance Week. Also in memory of and to celebrate the life of Janet Richards, aunt to Peter.
  10. Sennen St Sennen 13-Sep 43m 1260 Plain Bob Doubles 1 Chris Venn (C), 2 Neil Hitchens, 3 Miranda Penhaligon, 4 Jane Hitchens, 5 Claire Sowden, 6 Mike Jefferies, 1st Q inside 3. In memory of Kenneth Hitchens, father of 2, who died on September 12th aged 96.
  11. Marhamchurch St Marwenne 13-Sep 45m 1260 Grandsire Doubles 1 John Atkinson, 2 Liz Gliddon, 3 Jo Barnes, 4 Esther Jones, 5 Sue Shadrick (C), 6 Chris Humphries, First quarter 1. Rung to celebrate the birth of Amelie (07/08) granddaughter of 5.
  12. St Cleer St Clarus 15-Sep 43m 1260 Plain Bob Doubles 1 Anne Body, 2 Maire Warwick, 3 Richard Warwick, 4 Ian Banbury, 5 Owen Borlase (C), 6 Kevan Borlase, First quarter using ‘proper’ (Old) singles in Plain Bob: 4. Rung during the St Cleer Church Annual Harvest Craft Fayre weekend.
  13. Gwinear St Gwinear 15-Sep 47m 1260 Plain Bob Minor 1 Miranda Penhaligon, 2 Jane Hitchens, 3 Claire Sowden, 4 Eric Bannister, 5 Sam Nankervis, 6 Neil Hitchens (C),
  14. Carbis Bay St Anta and All Saints 17-Sep 46m 1280 Spliced Surprise Major (6m) 1 Jane Hitchens, 2 Chris Venn, 3 Claire Sowden, 4 Norman Mattingley, 5 Carolyn Howell, 6 Neil Hitchens, 7 David Ralls, 8 Sam Nankervis (C),
  15. St Erme St Hermes 18-Sep 43m 1260 Hereward Bob Minor 1 Rob Corney, 2 Ruth Reeves, 3 Phil Morse, 4 John Insley, 5 Dave Ralls, 6 Phil Tremain (C), Belated 65th birthday compliment to John Hereward (11/9). 1st in method for all except 5.
  16. St Clement St Clement 18-Sep 40m 1296 Cambridge Surprise Minor 1 Phil Morse, 2 Ruth Reeves, 3 John Insley, 4 Rob Corney, 5 Phil Tremain (C), 6 Dave Ralls, 700th Q – 5.
  17. Kenwyn St Keyne 23-Sep 44m 1312 Cornwall Surprise Major 1 Norman Mattingley, 2 Claire Sowden, 3 Ruth Reeves, 4 Hayley Young, 5 David Ralls, 6 Adam Pym, 7 Jonathan Young (C), 8 Chris Venn, For Evensong and 2nd Birthday compliment to Archie Young. First in method 4 & 6
  18. Penzance St Mary the Virgin 24-Sep 52m 1250 Pudsey Surprise Major 1 Chris Barnes, 2 Norman R Mattingley, 3 A C John Davis, 4 Hayley J Young, 5 David Ralls, 6 Lucy Warren, 7 Alan Reading, 8 Sam Nankervis (C), Birthday compliment to Jane Hitchens for Wednesday 26th – 21 again and again and…
  19. St Dominic St Dominica 29-Sep 40m 1260 All Saints Place Doubles 1 Kevan Borlase, 2 Anne Body, 3 Kim Sudell, 4 Phil Morse, 5 Owen Borlase (C), 6 Ian Banbury, First in the method: 2, 3, 4.

 

  1. Poughill St Olaf King and Martyr 01-Oct 46m 1260 Grandsire Doubles 1 Esther Jones, 2 Dave Garvie, 3 Jo Barnes, 4 Helen Barnes, 5 Robert Corney (C), 6 Chris Humphries, Rung on Dave`s 80th birthday. This quarter also celebrated the 56th wedding anniversaries of Dave and Mary and tower captain Derick Prouse and Gwen.
  2. Paul St Pol de Leon 14-Oct 50m 1260 Plain Bob Doubles 1 Miranda Penhaligon, 2 Claire Sowden, 3 Gemma Swan, 4 Jane Hitchens, 5 Neil Hitchens (C), 6 John Swan, Rung to round off Paul Feast 2018 and in memory of Chris Hudnott, the brother of Mick Hudnott who is a Paul ringer and a good servant to Paul Church.
  3. Kenwyn St Keyne 21-Oct 44m 1296 Cambridge Surprise Minor 1 Ian Young, 2 Joanna Wenborne, 3 Ruth Reeves, 4 Andrew G Smith, 5 Stuart Gibson, 6 Jonathan Young (C), For Choral Evensong

 

 

  1. Towednack St Tewinock 03-Nov 47m 1260 Plain Bob Doubles 1 Phil Peters, 2 Cameron Luke, 3 Claire Sowden, 4 Jane Hitchens, 5 Neil Hitchens (C), 6 Trina Peters, First quarter inside 2. First quarter as cover 6.
  2. Marhamchurch St Marwenne 03-Nov 44m 1260 Grandsire Doubles 1 Liz Gliddon, 2 Helen Barnes, 3 Esther Jones, 4 Sue Shadrick, 5 Robert Corney (C), 6 Nigel Cann, In memoriam A J(Jack)Hambly, former captain at St Marwenne`s, marking the 25th anniversary of his death. Father of Esther, uncle of Liz, he also taught 5 & 6 to ring here. Rung to open our church`s gift day.
  3. Kenwyn St Keyne 05-Nov 49m 1376 Yorkshire Surprise Major 1 Ian Young, 2 Phil Young, 3 Jane Hitchens, 4 Andrew G Smith, 5 Martin Spittle, 6 Neil Hitchens, 7 Norman Mattingley (C), 8 David Ralls, 70th Birthday compliment to Norman. Get well wishes to Michael Wycherley.
  4. Little Petherick St Petrock 06-Nov 38m 1260 Grandsire Doubles 1 Bryony Dorrington, 2 Phil Tremain, 3 Phil Morse, 4 John Insley, 5 Rob Corney (C), 6 Richard Dorrington,
  5. St Eval St Uvelus 06-Nov 43m 1260 Plain Bob Minor 1 Richard Dorrington, 2 Bryony Dorrington, 3 John Insley, 4 Phil Morse, 5 Rob Corney, 6 Phil Tremain (C),
  6. Gulval St Gulval 11-Nov 44m 1260 Plain Bob Doubles 1 Jane Hitchens, 2 Cameron Luke, 3 Claire Sowden, 4 Sam Nankervis, 5 Neil Hitchens (C), 6 Phil Peters, Rung for the Centenary of the WW1 Armistice. Also rung for Gulval Feast Service.
  7. Gorran St Goranus 17-Nov 45m 1320 Plain Bob Doubles 1 Sue Britchford, 2 David Ralls (C), 3 Jeff Britchford, 4 Peter A Sharp, 5 Martin C Spittle, 6 Bob Thornton, First quarter – 6 First quarter away from cover – 1 Rung during the Christmas Fair
  8. Kenwyn St Keyne 18-Nov 48m 1344 Pudsey Surprise Major 1 Joanna Wenborne, 2 Phil Young, 3 Ruth Reeves, 4 Norman Mattingley, 5 Ian Young, 6 Carolyn Howell, 7 Andrew G Smith, 8 Jonathan Young (C), Birthday compliment to the conductor and for Evensong
  9. Fowey St Fimbarrus 23-Nov 48m 1260 Plain Bob Triples 1 F Malcolm Bowers, 2 Anne Body, 3 Arthur Baker, 4 Phil Tremain, 5 Phil Morse, 6 Andrew G Smith, 7 Robert Perry (C), 8 Tim Baker, Arranged on and for Arthur’s 90th birthday. 1st on 8 and for around a quarter of a century – 3 & 8.
  10. Marhamchurch St Marwenne 29-Nov 44m 1260 Grandsire Doubles 1 Helen Barnes, 2 Esther Jones, 3 Sue Shadrick, 4 Nigel Cann, 5 Robert Corney (C), 6 Chris Humphries, Rung to mark the 70th anniversary of Charlie Taylor`s election to the ASCY 11/1948) We were delighted to see him, his wife Bet and son Michael in the tower as we started the quarter. Liz Gliddon would like to be associated with this event.
  11. Gorran St Goranus 01-Dec 49m 1282 Albanian Surprise Royal 1 Martin Spittle, 2 Dave Ralls, 3 Ruth Reeves, 4 John Davis (C), 5 John Insley, 6 Sam Nankervis, 7 Neil Hitchens, 8 Andrew G Smith, 9 Robert Perry, 10 Chris Venn,

 

 

  1. St Erme St Hermes 03-Dec 46m 1296 Cambridge Surprise Minor 1 Valerie Williams, 2 Eric Bannister, 3 Norman Mattingley, 4 Joanna Wenborne, 5 David Ralls, 6 Andrew G Smith (C), Best wishes to Michael Wycherley
  2. Truro 16 Hurland Road 05-Dec 38m 1296 Plain Bob Major 1-2 Joanna Wenborne, 3-4 David Ralls, 5-6 Norman Mattingley (C), 7-8 Andrew G Smith,
  3. St StepheninBrannel 08-Dec 45m 1280 Putney Surprise Major 1 Don Crocker, 2 Jane Dunn, 3 Richard Warwick, 4 David Crocker, 5 Robert Brown, 6 Phil Dunn, 7 Hilary Beresford, 8 Donald Carter (C),
  4. St Dennis St Denys 08-Dec 41m 1280 Jennycliff Surprise Major 1 Hilary Beresford, 2 Anne Body, 3 Phil Dunn, 4 Jane Dunn, 5 Robert Brown, 6 Don Crocker, 7 Donald Carter, 8 David Crocker (C),
  5. Carbis Bay St Anta and All Saints 08-Dec 44m 1296 Grandsire Caters 1 Helen Perry, 2 Robert Perry, 3 Claire Sowden, 4 Jane Hitchens, 5 Jonathan Young (C), 6 Hayley Young, 7 Sam Nankervis, 8 Neil Hitchens, 9 Carolyn Howell, 10 Cameron Luke, First quarter on ten bells 10. Wishing Chris Barnes an enjoyable holiday.

 

2017 Quarters

 

  1. Bodmin, St Petroc, 17 January 1260Plain Bob DoublesPaul Scoble 2.Bryony P H Dorrington 3.Philip J Tremain 4.John Hereward 5.Richard B Dorrington (C) 6.Andrew P Harris. Rung following the funeral service at Bodmin of Anthony Brian Buscombe aged 82
  2. Phillack, St Felicitas , 21 January 1288Grandsire TriplesClaire Sowden 2.Norman Mattingley 3.Jane Hitchens 4.David Parkin 5.Terry Lane 6.Neil Hitchens 7.Sam Nankervis (C) 8.Roger Sullivan 77th Birthday compliment to Terry.
  3. Kenwyn, St Keyne, 22 January in 1250Yorkshire Surprise MajorEric Bannister 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Phil Young 4.Graham Baskerville 5.Ian Young 6.Hayley Young 7.Norman Mattingley (C) 8.Neil Hitchens In memory of Andrew Reeves of Advent and Evelyn (Molly) Fellows of Stourbridge.
  4. St Eval, St Uvelus, 23 January 1260Plain Bob MinorDave Ralls 2.Matthew Rodliffe 3.Rob Corney 4.Richard Dorrington 5.John Hereward 6.Phil Tremain (C) Remembering with gratitude our friend Andrew Reeves
  5. Callington, St Mary, 23 January 1260Plain Bob TriplesPhil Morse 2.Anne Body 3.Joyce Pengelly 4.Kim Sudell 5.Kevan Borlase 6.Robert Brown 7.Owen Borlase (C) 8.John Blatchford 444th quarter: 7. Rung to mark the birth of Jowan Alexander Body on 19th January. Also in memoriam of Andrew Reeves of Advent and Lanteglos-by-Camelford.
  6. Truro, 16 Hurland Road, 26 January 1312Kent Treble Bob Major1–2.Peter Sharp 3–4.Dave Ralls 5–6.Norman Mattingley (C) 7–8.Phil Tremain In memory of Andrew Reeves
  7. Bradoc, Blessed Virgin Mary, 30 January 1272Reverse Canterbury MinimusMarc R Dunkley 2.Bryony P H Dorrington 3.Richard B Dorrington (C) 4.Robert P Pearce Rung to welcome Edith Olivia Rose Dorrington, granddaughter of Bryony and Richard. Also to commemorate the anniversary of the Battle of Braddock Down in 1643.
  1. Otterham, St Denis , 1 February 1260Doubles (2m) 660 Grandsire, 600 Plain Bob 1.Tammy Northcott 2.Ruth Reeves 3.Richard Dorrington 4.John Insley 5.Phil Tremain (C) 6.Fiona Stokes 1st Q – 1. In memory of Andrew Reeves who taught Tammy and many others to ring here.
  2. St Agnes, 3 February 1260Plain Bob MinorRosie Falco 2.Valerie Williams 3.Annie Holland 4.Eric Bannister 5.Ian Self 6.Robert Perry (C) Rung ½ muffled in memory of St. Agnes ringer, Stephen Clarence Harris died this day 100 years ago. “We will remember them”
  3. Otterham, St Denis , 4 February Grandsire DoublesJulian Trick 2.Ruth Reeves 3.Richard Dorrington 4.John Insley 5Robert Corney (C) 6.Bryony Dorrington. Dedicated to Andrew Reeves, who did so much in and for this tower. First quarter at first attempt 1
  4. Truro, 16 Hurland Road, 9 February 1280Kent Treble Bob Major1–2.Peter Sharp 3–4.Dave Ralls 5–6.Norman Mattingley (C) 7–8.Phil Tremain
  5. Bradoc, Blessed Virgin Mary , 1272Plain Bob MinimusMarc R Dunkley 2.Richard B Dorrington (C) 3.Bryony P H Dorrington 4.Robert P Pearce 5.Andrew P Harris
  6. Tuckingmill, All Saints, 13 February 1280Bristol Surprise MajorJane Hitchens 2.Hayley Young 3.Chris Venn 4.Carolyn Howell 5.Martin Spittle 6.Robert Perry 7.Neil Hitchens 8.Sam Nankervis (C)
  1. Advent, St Adwena, 17 February 1260Grandsire DoublesRichard Dorrington 2.John Insley 3.Ruth Reeves 4.Chris Searle 5.Robert Corney (C) 6.Lyn Davis In memoriam Andrew Reeves, late captain of Lanteglos-by-Camelford and Advent, who helped with the augmentation and rehanging of these bells in 2004. First quarter for over two decades, 4
  2. Tuckingmill, All Saints, 20 February 1280Belfast Surprise MajorDebbie Spittle 2.Neil Hitchens 3.Norman Mattingley 4.Jane Hitchens 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Martin Spittle 7.Chris Venn 8.Sam Nankervis (C) 40th Birthday compliment to Gareth Lawson.
  3. Lanhydrock, St Hyderock, 20 February 1260Grandsire TriplesMartin Spittle 2.Ruth Reeves 3.Bryony Dorrington 4.Debbie Spittle 5.Phil Morse 6.Peter Sharp 7.Phil Tremain (C) 8.Dave Ralls Circled February to quarters – 7. 65th birthday compliments to Phil Morse (today) and Dave Ralls (tomorrow).
  4. Gulval, St Wolvela, 25 February 1260Grandsire DoublesTrina Peters 2.Sam Nankervis 3.Claire Sowden 4.Jane Hitchens 5.Neil Hitchens (C) 6.Phil Peters First quarter 1. Birthday compliment 1. First quarter together 1&6.
  5. Kenwyn, St Keyne, 26 February in 1250Rutland Surprise MajorPhil Young 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Ian Young 4.Alun Thomas 5.Paul Wotton 6.Hayley Young 7.Neil Hitchens 8.Norman Mattingley (C) For Evening Service.
  6. St Dominic, St Dominica, 1260Doubles(2p/3m/5v) 1.Anne Body 2.Maire Warwick 3.Kim Sudell 4.Richard Warwick 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Kevan Borlase Rung to celebrate the recent birthday of Ron Johns (99), one of the oldest members of the Truro Diocesan Guild of Ringers.

 

  1. Advent, St Adwena, 17 February 1260Grandsire DoublesRichard Dorrington 2.John Insley 3.Ruth Reeves 4.Chris Searle 5.Robert Corney (C) 6.Lyn Davis In memoriam Andrew Reeves, late captain of Lanteglos-by-Camelford and Advent, who helped with the augmentation and rehanging of these bells in 2004. First quarter for over two decades, 4
  2. Tuckingmill, All Saints, 20 February 1280Belfast Surprise MajorDebbie Spittle 2.Neil Hitchens 3.Norman Mattingley 4.Jane Hitchens 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Martin Spittle 7.Chris Venn 8.Sam Nankervis (C) 40th Birthday compliment to Gareth Lawson.
  3. Lanhydrock, St Hyderock, 20 February 1260Grandsire TriplesMartin Spittle 2.Ruth Reeves 3.Bryony Dorrington 4.Debbie Spittle 5.Phil Morse 6.Peter Sharp 7.Phil Tremain (C) 8.Dave Ralls Circled February to quarters – 7. 65th birthday compliments to Phil Morse (today) and Dave Ralls (tomorrow).
  4. Gulval, St Wolvela, 25 February 1260Grandsire DoublesTrina Peters 2.Sam Nankervis 3.Claire Sowden 4.Jane Hitchens 5.Neil Hitchens (C) 6.Phil Peters First quarter 1. Birthday compliment 1. First quarter together 1&6.
  5. Kenwyn, St Keyne, 26 February in 1250Rutland Surprise MajorPhil Young 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Ian Young 4.Alun Thomas 5.Paul Wotton 6.Hayley Young 7.Neil Hitchens 8.Norman Mattingley (C) For Evening Service.
  6. St Dominic, St Dominica, 1260Doubles(2p/3m/5v) 1.Anne Body 2.Maire Warwick 3.Kim Sudell 4.Richard Warwick 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Kevan Borlase Rung to celebrate the recent birthday of Ron Johns (99), one of the oldest members of the Truro Diocesan Guild of Ringers.
  1. Gulval, St Gulval, 6 March 1376Pudsey Surprise MajorSam Nankervis 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Neil Hitchens 4.Claire Sowden 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Norman Mattingley 7.Chris Venn 8.Jonathan Young (C) Rung for the Feast of St Piran
  2. Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints , 11 March 1280Spliced Surprise Major(std 8) 1.Helen Perry 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Carolyn Howell 4.Robert Perry 5.Jonathan Young 6.Neil Hitchens 7.Chris Venn 8.Sam Nankervis (C)
  3. St Erth, St Ercus , 13 March 1320Norwich Surprise MinorCarolyn Howell 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Claire Sowden 4.Neil Hitchens 5.Sam Nankervis 6.Chris Venn (C)
  4. St Breocke, St Breock, 13 March 1260Grandsire DoublesRuth Reeves 2.Rob Corney 3.Phil Tremain (C) 4.Matthew Rodliffe 5.John Insley 6.Peter Sharp
  5. Egloshayle, St Petrock, 1260Grandsire TriplesRichard Dorrington 2.Ruth Reeves 3.Bryony Dorrington 4.John Insley 5.John Hereward 6.Peter Sharp 7.Phil Tremain (C) 8.Robert Corney Remembering Private Norman Withers Derry, aged 19, a ringer at Egloshayle who died 100 years ago today and is buried at Salonika Military Cemetery, Greece.
  6. Kenwyn, St Keyne, 26 March 1280Little Bob MajorEric Bannister 2.Alan Sharples 3.Phil Young 4.Graham Baskerville 5.Ian Young 6.Adam Pym 7.Norman Mattingley 8.Jonathan Young (C) For Evensong
  7. Whitstone, St Anne, 29 March 1260Plain Bob MinorRobert Corney 2.Bryony Dorrington 3.Ruth Reeves 4.Phil Morse 5.Peter Sharp 6.Phil Tremain (C)
  1. Linkinhorne, St Mellor, 31 March 1320Doubles(4v) (240 Litchurch; 360 each: April Day, Cliffords Pleasure, Kennington) 1.Phil Morse 2.Maire Warwick 3.Kim Sudell 4.Richard Warwick 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Kevan Borlase An acrostic quarter rung as a marriage compliment to Hannah and David Lack.
  2. Bradoc, Blessed Virgin Mary, 31 March 1260Plain Bob DoublesMarc R Dunkley 2.Richard B Dorrington (C) 3.Bryony P H Dorrington 4.Rachel Mackonochie 5.Robert P Pearce.
  1. Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints, 1 April 1440Superlative No.2 Surprise RoyalHelen Perry 2.Sam Nankervis 3.Chris Venn 4.Jonathan Young (C) 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Norman Mattingley 7.Robert Perry 8.Neil Hitchens 9.John Davis 10.Dave Ralls First in by a resident band!
  2. Gulval, St Wolvela, 3 April 1280Bristol Surprise MajorDebbie Spittle 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Chris Venn 4.Martin Spittle 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Neil Hitchens 7.Norman Mattingley 8.Sam Nankervis (C) Birthday compliment to Robert J Perry
  3. Gulval, St Wolvela, 17 April 1274Surprise Minor(2m) London and Cambridge 1.Neil Hitchens 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Carolyn Howell 4.Norman Mattingley 5.Sam Nankervis 6.Chris Venn (C) For Easter
  4. St Stephen in Brannel, 23 April 1274Plain Bob TriplesBryony Dorrington 2.Malcolm Bowers 3.Roger Tallis 4.Peter Sharp 5.Jeff Britchford 6.Matthew Rodliffe 7.Phil Tremain (C) 8.Monty Hooper On St.George’s Day in memory of Private Frederick Marshall Osborne, DCLI, a ringer from St.Stephen who died 23rd April 1917
  5. Perranarworthal, St Piran, 23 April 1260Plain Bob DoublesMichael R Wycherley 2.George Stevens 3.Annie Holland 4.Alun Thomas 5.Ian P Self (C) 6.Eric Bannister Rung to commemorate the lives of Private John Chapman (DCLI) of Perranarworthal who fell on 23rd April 1917 and Lance Sergeant William George Heard (Royal Dublin Fusilliers) of Lanteglos by Fowey who fell on 26th March 1917. We will remember them.
  6. Mabe, St Laudus, 27 April 1260Doubles(4m) 180 Stedman, 480 Grandsire, 120 Reverse Canterbury, 480 Plain Bob 1.Debbie Spittle 2.Peter Sharp 3.John Davis 4.Martin Spittle 5.Phil Tremain (C) 6.Dave Ralls
  7. Gwennap, St Weneppa, 27 April 1272London Surprise MinorDebbie Spittle 2.Phil Tremain 3.Dave Ralls 4.Martin Spittle 5.John Davis 6.Peter Sharp (C) With the congratulations of the rest of the band to Dave Ralls for completing the London Marathon
  8. St Erme, St Hermes, 28 April 1260Reverse Canterbury Pleasure Place DoublesValerie Williams 2.Phil Tremain 3.Christine Iles 4.John Davis (C) 5.Dave Ralls 6.Eric Bannister With the congratulations of the rest of the band to Dave Ralls for completing the London Marathon . 1st in method – 3.
  1. Marhamchurch, St Marwenne, 6 May 1260Grandsire DoublesLiz Gliddon 2.Sue Shadrick 3.Esther Jones 4.Helen Barnes 5.Robert Corney (C) 6.Nigel Cann Rung in memory of Trevor Gliddon, husband of 1, on the first anniversary of his death, by his fellow Service band
  2. Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints, 6 May 1282Pudsey Surprise RoyalHelen Perry 2.Carolyn Howell (C) 3.Chris Venn 4.John Davis 5.Jane Hitchens 6.Norman Mattingley 7.Sam Nankervis 8.Neil Hitchens 9.David Ralls 10.Robert Perry 1st Quarter of Pudsey Surprise Royal for the Truro Diocesan Guild by a resident band.
  3. Gulval, St Wolvela, 8 May 1250Cambridge Surprise MajorMartin Spittle 2.Carolyn Howell (C) 3.Jane Hitchens 4.Debbie Spittle 5.Sam Nankervis 6.Neil Hitchens 7.Chris Venn 8.Norman Mattingley
  4. St Erth, St Ercus, 15 May 1440Primrose Surprise MinorDebbie Spittle 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Chris Venn 4.Martin Spittle 5.Neil Hitchens 6.Norman Mattingley (C)
  5. Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints , 22 May 1250Cassiobury Surprise MajorDebbie Spittle 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Sam Nankervis 4.Carolyn Howell 5.Martin Spittle 6.Neil Hitchens 7.Chris Venn 8.Norman Mattingley (C)
  6. Kenwyn, St Keyne , 28 May 1264Plain Bob MajorGeorge Stevens 2.Barbara Sharples 3.Alan Sharples 4.Alun Thomas 5.Michael Wycherley 6.Hayley Young 7.Ian Young 8.Norman Mattingley (C) For Evening Service. To mark the confirmation of George Stevens at St Feock earlier that day.
  7. Gulval, St Gulval, 29 May 1344Lessness Surprise MajorDebbie Spittle 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Sam Nankervis 4.Martin Spittle 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Neil Hitchens 7.Chris Venn 8.Norman Mattingley (C) Birthday compliment to Carolyn Howell and Chris Venn.

 

  1. Marhamchurch, St Marwenne, 3 June 1260Grandsire DoublesLiz Gliddon 2.Esther Jones 3.Sue Shadrick (C) 4.Helen Barnes 5.Robert Corney 6.Nigel Cann To celebrate the baptism of Hayden Shadrick, grandson of the conductor, at St Marwenne’s on 21/05/17
  2. St Dominic, St Dominica, 4 June 1260Plain Bob DoublesMaire Warwick 2.Phil Morse 3.Tracey Hillman 4.Richard Warwick 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Kevan Borlase First quarter for 31 years: 3. Rung before The Friends of St Dominic Church Annual Cream Tea at Beechaven. Also to mark the recent birthday of Ian Banbury.
  3. Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints, 5 June 1440Cambridge Surprise MinorClaire Sowden 2.Neil Hitchens 3.Carolyn Howell 4.Jane Hitchens 5.Hayley Young 6.Chris Venn (C)
  4. St Mewan, St Mewan, 10 June 1296Cambridge Surprise MinorIan F Young 2.Margaret H Ross 3.Peter A Sharp 4.Timothy R Palmer 5.David J Mattingley (C) 6.Jonathan F Young An insignificant birthday compliment to Maggie (tomorrow).
  5. Poundstock, St Winwaloe, 10 June Surfleet Surprise MinorTim Bayton 2.Alex Britton 3.Carolyn Howell 4.Sue Sawyer 5.Sam Nankervis 6.Chris Venn (C)
  6. Poughill, St Olaf King and Martyr, 10 June 1296Spliced Surprise Minor(2m) 720 London, 576 Cambridge, 1.Chris Venn 2.Carolyn Howell 3.Alex Britton 4.Sue Sawyer 5.Sam Nankervis 6.Tim Bayton (C)
  7. Morwenstow, St John the Baptist, 10 June 1320Norwich Surprise MinorCarolyn Howell 2.Tim Bayton 3.Sam Nankervis 4.Sue Sawyer 5.Chris Venn 6.Alex Britton (C)
  8. Marhamchurch, St Marwenne, 10 June 1320Wells Surprise MinorSue Sawyer 2.Carolyn Howell 3.Chris Venn 4.Alex Britton 5.Tim Bayton 6Sam Nankervis (C)
  9. Calstock, St Andrew, 10 June 1260Doubles(1p/3m/2v) 1.Tracey Hillman 2.E Anne Body 3.Maire E Warwick 4.Richard M Warwick 5.Owen J Borlase (C) 6.Kevan J Borlase First Original: 1. Rung open in memory of A. Diana Smeath, mother of Rachel Mackonochie. Diana rang her last QP at St Andrew’s.
  1. Poughill, St Olaf King and Martyr, 15 June 1260Doubles(8mv) 1.Bryony Dorrington 2.Richard Dorrington 3.Phil Tremain (C) 4.John Insley 5.Peter Sharp 6.Robert Corney Rung on BBC Music Day to mark the opening of Marhamchurch, St.Marwenne’s flower festival and also a 65th birthday compliment on 21st June to Kay, wife of Rob Corney.
  2. St Michael Caerhays, St Michael and All Angels , 16 June 1260Grandsire DoublesEric Bannister 2.Peter Sharp 3.Phil Tremain (C) 4.Helen Perry 5.Robert Perry 6.Jeff Britchford For St Michael Caerhays Flower Festival
  3. Ladock, St Ladoca , 21 June 1260Grandsire TriplesRoger Tallis 2.Jeff Britchford 3.Colin Haines 4.Phil Young 5.Peter Sharp 6.Norman Mattingley 7.Ian Young (C) 8.Renfree Stephens Rung open in thanksgiving for the lives of Lady Mary Holborow, former Lord Lieutenant of , and Marcella Kingcome.
  4. Mullion, St Melina, 24 June 1272Kent Treble Bob MinorEdward R Venn (C) 2.Debbie Spittle 3.Peter A Sharp 4.Martin Spittle 5.A C John Davis 6.David Ralls Rung on Midsummer’s Day as a Midsummer compliment to Mary Durrant and the Mullion Ringers
  5. Cury, St Corentyn, 24 June Plain Bob MinorPeter A Sharp 2.Martin Spittle 3.Debbie Spittle 4.A C John Davis 5.David Ralls 6.Edward R Venn (C)
  1. Gulval, St Gulval , 3 July 1280Surprise MajorDebbie Spittle 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Neil Hitchens 4.Chris Venn 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Martin Spittle 7.Sam Nankervis 8.Norman Mattingley (C)
  2. St Clement, St Clement, 6 July 1260Doubles (11mv) 1.Ruth Reeves 2.Debbie Spittle 3.John Insley 4.Martin Spittle 5.Phil Tremain (C) 6.Phil Morse circled tower to quarters – 5.
  3. Bradoc, Blessed Virgin Mary, 10 July 1272St Nicholas Bob MinimusMarc R Dunkley 2.Bryony P H Dorrington 3.Richard B Dorrington (C) 4.Robert P Pearce 5.Andrew P Harris Rung to mark the 1st birthday on July 14th of Hannah Norris, granddaughter of 4, and the 40th birthday of Rebecca Dorrington, daughter of 2 and 3.
  4. Crantock, St Carantoc, 15 July 1260Doubles(2m) 720 Grandsire, 540 Plain Bob 1.Valerie Williams 2.Rosie Falco 3.Phil Whieldon 4..Ken Cooke 5.Phil Tremain (C) 6.Pete Hughes By an Atlantic Cluster band with guest conductor. Rung to mark the 250th anniversary of the installation of the original four bells, at the end of the Ring & Picnic celebration.
  5. Penzance, St Mary the Virgin, 18 July 1260Stedman TriplesJane Hitchens 2.John Underwood 3.Sandra Underwood 4.John Pladdys (C) 5.Debbie Spittle 6.Martin Spittle 7.Neil Hitchens 8.David Parkin Rung prior to the memorial service for Sheila Wright of Penzance.
  6. Helston, St Michael, 22 July 1260Stedman TriplesAlan Sharples 2.Peter Sharp 3.Nicky Carveth 4.John Pladdys (C) 5.Debbie Spittle 6.Martin Spittle 7.John Davis 8.Bob Woods First quarter-8 To celebrate the wedding anniversaries Of Alan and Barbara Sharples and John and Jackie Davis.
  7. Kenwyn, St Keyne, 23 July 1280Rutland Surprise MajorMichael Wycherley 2.Jonathan Young 3.Edward Groome 4.Adam Pym 5.Ian Young 6.Christopher Groome 7.Paul Wotton 8.Norman Mattingley (C) For evening service. Rung with the best wishes of the band at Kenwyn as a farewell to Edward Groome on being awarded his degree from the University of Exeter at Tremough.
  8. Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints, 24 July 1344Spliced Surprise Major(C,Y,N) 1.Carolyn Howell 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Claire Sowden 4.Debbie Spittle 5.Robert Perry 6.Martin Spittle 7.Neil Hitchens 8.Sam Nankervis (C) Birthday compliment to Neil for tomorrow.
  9. Callington, St Mary, 24 July 1260Plain Bob MinorMaire Warwick 2.Anne Body 3.Kevan Borlase 4.Phil Morse 5.Richard Warwick 6.Owen Borlase (C) 7.John Blatchford Rung on bells 1, 3-8 to mark the recent 60th birthday Jane Grimwood and the forthcoming 70th birthday Hilary Davis. Both are ringers at St Dominic. Also to mark the birthday Sally Bellringer, daughter of 7.
  10. Pillaton, St Odulph, 25 July 1260Spliced Minor(2m) (Single Canterbury Pleasure Bob & Plain Bob) 1.Kevin Edwards 2.Maire Warwick 3.Kim Sudell 4.Kevan Borlase 5.Richard Warwick 6.Owen Borlase (C) 7.Ian Banbury 1st Minor: 1. 1st blows of Single Canterbury by all except: 2 & 5. 125th quarter: 4. 200th quarter as Conductor: 6. 75th together: 2 & 6. Rung open on bells 1, 3-8 in affectionate memory of Frank Duke of Maker who died on 12th July aged 97. RIP.
  11. Truro, Cathedral and Parish Church of St Mary, 29 July 1346Cambridge Surprise MaximusJane Hitchens 2.Peter Sharp 3.John Davis 4.David Ralls 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Norman Mattingley 7.Ian Young 8.Sam Nankervis 9.Robert Perry 10.Neil Hitchens 11.Chris Venn 12.Jonathan Young (C) First quarter of Surprise Maximus by a resident Cornish band.
  12. Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints, 31 July 1280Spliced Surprise Major (R,C,Y) 1.Debbie Spittle 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Carolyn Howell 4.Claire Sowden 5.Norman Mattingley 6.Neil Hitchens 7.Martin Spittle 8.Sam Nankervis (C) In memory of Phyllis Howell, mother of Carolyn, who died eight years ago today.
  1. Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints, 5 August 1282 Swindon Surprise Royal Ian Young 2.David Ralls 3.Chris Venn 4.John Davis 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Jane Hitchens 7.Sam Nankervis 8.Neil Hitchens 9.Jonathan Young 10.Norman Mattingley (C)
  2. Gulval, St Gulval, 7 August 1280 Spliced Surprise Major (4m) (R,S,C,Y) 1.Debbie Spittle 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Claire Sowden 4.Martin Spittle 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Neil Hitchens 7.Norman Mattingley 8.Sam Nankervis (C)
  3. Marhamchurch, St Marwenne, 12 August 1260 Grandsire DoublesLiz Gliddon 2.David J Garvie 3.Jo Barnes 4.Sue Shadrick 5.Robert Corney (C) 6.Chris Humphries Rung on St Marwenne`s Day, on the 70th anniversary of the first peal rung here. Congratulations to 2 & 6, Dave celebrating 60 years since his first quarter and Chris ringing his first at first attempt. Welcome to the “Dark Arts”, as you put it Chris. We`d also like to associate Charlie Taylor and John Bowden,who rang in the 1947 peal, with this quarter.
  4. Penzance, St Mary the Virgin, 14 August 1250 Rutland Surprise MajorHelen Perry 2.Claire Sowden 3.Jane Hitchens 4.Debbie Spittle 5.Robert Perry 6.Martin Spittle 7.Neil Hitchens 8.Sam Nankervis (C) Birthday compliment to Stephanie Mattingley.
  5. Truro, Cathedral and Parish Church of St Mary, 19 August 1260 Julie McDonnell New Bob Triples Debbie Spittle 2.Robert Perry 3.Norman Mattingley 4.Phil Tremain 5.Dave Ralls 6.Martin Spittle 7.Jonathan Young (C) 8.Eric Bannister For Strike Back Against Blood Cancer Cathedrals, Abbeys & Minsters challenge. 1st blows in method for all.
  1. Saint Winnow, 4 September 1260 Plain Bob DoublesMarc Dunkley 2.Richard Dorrington 3.Bryony Dorrington 4.Andrew Mackonochie 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Andrew Harris First Quarter on the new bells. Wedding anniversary compliment to Richard and Bryony and to Robert and Kathryn Pearce.
  2. St Eval, St Uvelus, 5 September 1440 Plain Bob MinorDebbie Spittle 2.Ruth Reeves 3.Phil Morse 4.Martin Spittle 5.Phil Tremain 6.Rob Corney (C) 1st Minor as C.
  3. Marhamchurch,St Marwenne, 14 September 1260 Grandsire DoublesDavid J Garvie 2.Jo Barnes 3.Helen Barnes (C) 4.Emma Semple 5.Robert Corney 6.Chris Humphries A birthday compliment to Helen and to her hero Bruce Springsteen both born on 23/09. First as conductor
  4. Gwinear, St Gwinear, 18 September 1320 Whitley Surprise MinorCarolyn Howell 2.Claire Sowden 3.Jane Hitchens 4.Neil Hitchens 5.Norman Mattingley 6.Chris Venn (C)
  5. Truro, Cathedral and Parish Church of St Mary, 19 September 1260 Grandsire Doubles Valerie Williams 2.Eric Bannister 3.Nicola Moxon 4.Diccon Pearce 5.Ian Young (C) 6.Phil Young On practice night after meeting short for maximus
  6. St Winnow, St Winnow , 20 September 1272 Plain Bob MinimusBryony P H Dorrington 2.Richard B Dorrington (C) 3.Rachel Mackonochie 4.Robert P Pearce 5.Andrew P Harris
  7. Truro, 16 Hurland Road , 21 September 1568 Plain Bob Major1–2.Peter Sharp 3–4.Phil Tremain 5–6.Dave Ralls 7–8.Norman Mattingley (C) 1st on 8 on an inside non-coursing pair, 3-4
  8. Helston, St Michael , 24 September 1260 Grandsire Triples Gareth L M Lawson 2.Carolyn J Howell 3.Matthew C Gardiner 4.Cameron A Waters 5.Jonathan D Storey (C) 6.Annabelle F Frost 7.Andrew V Brown 8.George M Salter
  9. St Stephen in Brannel, 25 September 1264 Plain Bob Major George M Salter 2.Gareth L M Lawson 3.Matthew C Gardiner 4.Jane M Hitchens 5.T Neil Hitchens 6.Andrew V Brown 7.Jonathan D Storey 8.Cameron A Waters (C)
  10. Probus, SS Probus and Grace , 25 September Lincolnshire Surprise MajorJonathan D Storey 2.Andrew V Brown 3.Jane M Hitchens 4.T Neil Hitchens 5.Gareth L M Lawson 6.Cameron A Waters 7.George M Salter 8.Matthew C Gardiner (C)
  11. Stithians, St Stedyana , 28 September 1260 Plain Bob MinorJohn F Underwood 2.Peter A Sharp 3.Sandra Underwood 4.Debbie Spittle 5.Phil Tremain 6.Martin Spittle (C) Birthday compliments to 2 and 6
  1. St Dominic, St Dominica , 14 October 1260 Doubles(2p/3m/6v) 1.Anne Body 2.Maire Warwick 3.Phil Morse 4.Richard Warwick 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Kevan Borlase 1st blows of Rev. St. Bartholomew: 3. Most p/m/v’s to a quarter: 2, 3. 125th quarter: 6. Rung during TDGR Quarter Peal week to mark the recent Diamond Wedding Anniversary of Brian and Christine Jones. Also rung as a 60th birthday complement to Hilary Murray.
  2. Paul, St Pol de Lion , 14 October 1260 Grandsire DoublesMiranda Penhaligon 2.Jenny Ridley 3.John Swan 4.Sam Nankervis 5.Chris Venn (C) 6.Claire Sowden 75th Birthday compliment to Jenny . TDGR Quarter Peal Week
  1. St Mawgan in Pydar, SS Mawgan and Nicholas , 16 October 1250 Cambridge Surprise Major Robert Corney 2.Ruth Reeves 3.Matthew Rodliffe 4.Graham Baskerville 5.John Insley 6.Phil Tremain 7.Peter Sharp 8.Norman Mattingley (C) For TDGR QP Week, 1st Major inside – 3.
  2. Camborne, SS Martin and Meriadoc , 16 October 1260 Plain Bob DoublesThomas Card 2.Chris Venn (C) 3.Richard Card 4.Gerry Bacon 5.Mark Hood 6.Claire Sowden 1st quarter for treble ringer
  3. Callington, St Mary , 16 October 1280 Spliced Surprise Major(Std 8) 1.Clare Stagg 2.Anne Body 3.Don Crocker 4.Phil Dunn 5.Robert Brown 6.Matthew Thewsey 7.David Crocker 8.Fergus Stracey (C) Rung for TDGR QP week to mark the birth of Eleanor Rose Stagg, granddaughter of 5 born on 12th October.
  4. South Petherwin, St Paternus , 17 October 1260 Grandsire Doubles Phil Tremain 2.Debbie Spittle 3.Martin Spittle 4.Ruth Reeves 5.Robert Corney (C) 6.Peter Sharp In TDGR QP Week, remembering Private George Gilbert a ringer at North Petherwin (bells unavailable due to maintenance) who died 26 October 1917, aged 21.
  5. Pillaton, St Odulph , 17 October 1300 Reverse Canterbury PleasurePlace DoublesRichard Warwick 2.Maire Warwick 3.Tracey Hillman 4.Kim Sudell 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Kevin Edwards 1st blows in the method: 3. Rung on the back six for TDGR Quarter Peal Week.
  6. Laneast, SS Sidwell and Gulvat , 17 October 1260 Plain Bob MinorRobert Corney 2.Peter Sharp 3.Ruth Reeves 4.Debbie Spittle 5.Martin Spittle 6.Phil Tremain (C) In TDGR QP Week, remembering Private Robert Charles Boreham a ringer at Laneast who died 10 October 1917, aged 21.
  7. Poughill, St Olaf King and Martyr , 18 October 1260 Grandsire DoublesDave Garvie 2.Liz Gliddon 3.Sue Shadrick (C) 4.Helen Barnes 5.Paul Dymond 6.Trevor Bowden In memoriam John Bowden, vice-president of the Devon Guild, father of 6. Charlie Taylor & Esther Jones wish to be associated with this quarter peal, rung during TDGR quarter peal week
  8. Truro, 16 Hurland Road , 19 October 1568 Plain Bob Major1–2.Phil Tremain 3–4.Dave Ralls 5–6.Norman Mattingley (C) 7–8.Martin Spittle For Truro DG QP Week. 1st in hand 7-8.
  9. St Cleer, St Clarus , 19 October 1260 Plain Bob DoublesKim Sudell 2.Maire Warwick 3.Ian Banbury 4.Richard Warwick 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Kevan Borlase Rung for TDGR Quarter Peal Week. First on a changing bell: 3. Dedicated to Geoff Auckland and his family from his ringers at St Cleer and his many other ringing friends.
  10. St Buryan, St Buriana , 19 October 1260 Grandsire DoublesIan Groves 2.Claire Sowden 3.Jane Hitchens 4.Chris Venn 5.Sam Nankervis (C) 6.Neil Hitchens First quarter at first attempt 1. Rung during TDGR quarter peal week.
  11. St Erth, St Ercus , 22 October 1320 Carlisle Surprise MinorHeather Pickford 2.Claire Sowden 3.Neil Hitchens 4.Chris Pickford (C) 5.Chris Venn 6.Andrew Ogden For TDGR Quarter Peal Week
  12. St Agnes, St Agnes , 22 October 1260 Plain Bob MinorPaddy Falco 2.Val Williams 3.Peter Whitwam 4.Rosie Falco 5.Annie Holland 6.Phil Tremain (C) Rung for Guild 1/4 peal week. First minor for treble ringer. The band congratulate Peter and Karl Whitwam on their recent marriage.
  1. Kenwyn, St Keyne , 22 October 1260 Grandsire TriplesNorman Mattingley 2.Jonathan Young 3.Phil Young 4.Alun Thomas 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Ian Young 7.Adam Pym (C) 8.Eric Bannister First quarter as conductor. For evensong and for Truro Diocesan Guild quarter peal week.
  • St Winnow, St Winnow , 23 October 1260 Plain Bob Doubles Rachel M Mackonochie 2.Bryony P H Dorrington 3.Robert P Pearce 4.Andrew J Mackonochie 5.Richard B Dorrington (C) 6.Andrew P Harris 7.Daniel T Peareth 8.Jago B Hannen Rung for Truro Diocesan Guild of Ringers Quarter Peal Week First Quarter for 7 and 8 aged 11 and 10 respectivel
  1. St Buryan, St Buriana , 27 October 1440 Netherseale Surprise MinorClaire Sowden 2.Carolyn Howell 3.Jane Hitchens 4.Chris Venn (C) 5.Neil Hitchens 6.Andrew Ogden
  2. Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints , 30 October 1320 Carlisle Surprise MinorClaire Sowden 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Sam Nankervis 4.Chris Venn (C) 5.Neil Hitchens 6.Carolyn Howell With best wishes to Martin Spittle for a speedy recovery after his hip operation.

 

  1. Marhamchurch, St Marwenne , 4 November 1260 2 Doubles (1 Variation) 1.Liz Gliddon 2.Helen Barnes 3.Sue Shadrick 4.Dave Garvie 5.Robert Corney (C) 6.Nigel Cann Most methods/variation by all except 5, most as conductor. Your turn next Esther & Jo! With best wishes to Charlie Taylor in hospital.
  2. Bradoc, St Mary the Virgin , 6 November 1260 Grandsire DoublesAndrew J Mackonochie 2.Bryony P H Dorrington 3.Rachel M Mackonochie 4.Richard B Dorrington 5.Robert P Pearce (C) Rung on the 100th anniversary of the death of Horace Charles Sanders who was a ringer at our church. He farmed at Bodgardi Farm which lies within the sound of our bells with his mother and brother. He joined the North Devon Yeomanry and was sent to the Egyptian Expeditionary Force. He was killed on 6th November 1917 at Tel El Sheria fighting Turkish Forces in the second battle of Gazza. This was part of the campaign to take Jerusalem by Christmas that year. He lies in the Jerusalem War Graves Cemetery.
  3. St Eval, St Uvelus , 7 November 1260 Plain Bob MinorAndy Hardy 2.Phil Morse 3.Ruth Reeves 4.Debbie Spittle 5.Rob Corney 6.Phil Tremain (C) 50th birthday compliment to the Rector, Revd. Helen Baber, and to wish Martin Spittle a speedy return to ringing following his hip replacement.
  4. Padstow, St Petroc , 7 November 1260 Doubles(8mv) 1.Ruth Reeves 2.Phil Morse 3.Debbie Spittle 4.Phil Tremain (C) 5.Rob Corney 6.Brian Wood Retirement compliment to the vicar, Canon Chris Malkinson, and to wish Martin Spittle a speedy return to ringing following his hip replacement.
  5. St Dominic,St Dominica , 12 November 1260 Doubles (2m/4v) 1.Maire Warwick 2.Kim Sudell 3.Tracey Hillman 4.Richard Warwick 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Kevan Borlase 1st blows of Clifford’s Pleasure & April Day: 3. Most m/v’s: 3. Rung half-muffled following the Civic Service of Remembrance.
  6. Pillaton, St Odulph , 14 November 1260 Plain Bob TriplesIan Banbury 2.Kim Sudell 3.Maire Warwick 4.Richard Warwick 5.Robert Brown 6.Kevan Borlase 7.Owen Borlase (C) 8.Kevin Edwards First on 8 at first attempt: 1. 100th quarter together: 5 & 7. Rung open in memory of Val Taylor. RIP.
  • Penzance, St Mary the Virgin , 25 November 1250 Yorkshire Surprise MajorHelen Perry 2.Chris Venn 3.Claire Sowden 4.Hayley Young 5.Norman Mattingley 6.Sam Nankervis 7.Robert Perry 8.Jonathan Young (C) Rung in celebration of the 70th Wedding Anniversary of HM Queen Elizabeth and HRH Prince Philip.
  1. Constantine, St Constantine , 25 November 1260 Plain Bob DoublesIan Self 2.Esther Lupton 3.Edward Lupton (C) 4.Jane Mann 5.Sarah Lupton 6.Richard Card Rung before the Thanksgiving Service for the life of Elizabeth (Liz) Moore, ringer at St Constantine since 1978. Rung by family and friends, also First Quarter Peal for Granddaughter Esther Lupton.
  2. Pillaton, St Odulph , 28 November 1260 Spliced Minor (2m) (Single Canterbury Pleasure Bob & Plain Bob) 1.Anne Body 2.Maire Warwick 3.Kim Sudell 4.Kevan Borlase 5.Richard Warwick 6.Owen Borlase (C) 7.Ian Banbury 175th quarter together: 1 & 6. Rung open on bells 1, 3-8 in affectionate memory of Ron Johns of St Mellion & St Dominic and Geoff Auckland of St Cleer. RIP.
  1. Penzance, St Mary the Virgin , 2 December 1260 Plain Bob MinorMiranda Penhaligon 2.Helen Perry 3.Claire Sowden 4.Sam Nankervis 5.Robert Perry (C) 6.Chris Venn First quarter of minor: 1. Rung on Western District Dinner Day
  2. Otterham, St Denis , 2 December 1260 Grandsire Doubles Julian Trick 2.Ruth Reeves 3.John Insley 4.Chris Searle 5.Robert Corney (C) 6.Tammy Northcott Rung to accompany the decorators of the church Christmas Tree.
  3. St Dominic, St Dominica , 9 December 1272 Fryerning Surprise MinorDonald J Crocker 2.Philip J Morse 3.Matthew W Thewsey 4.Richard M Warwick 5.David J Crocker 6.Owen J Borlase (C) 50th quarter together: 2 & 6. First blows in the method: 3. Rung half muffled in memory of Jonathan Mansfield, M’Arch RIBA of Halton Quay House, St Dominick. RIP. Jonathan designed the glass tower screen at this Church
  4. Pillaton, St Odulph , 9 December 1280 Spliced Surprise Major (8m)(Std 8.) 1.Phil Morse 2.David Crocker 3.Matthew Thewsey 4.Richard Warwick 5.Robert Brown 6.Phil Dunn 7.Fergus Stracey 8.Donald Carter (C) 100th quarter: 3. Rung as an engagement compliment to Jen Freeman and Neil Williams.
  5. Callington, St Mary , 9 December 1282 Spliced Surprise Major(5m)(CYNRU) 1.Phil Morse 2.Anne Body 3.Donald Carter 4.Don Crocker 5.Matthew Thewsey 6.Phil Dunn 7.David Crocker 8.Fergus Stracey (C) Rung as a get well compliment to Joyce and Paul Pengelly.
  • Pillaton, St Odulph , 12 December 1299 Grandsire DoublesKevin Edwards 2.Maire Warwick 3.Kim Sudell 4.Richard Warwick 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Ian Banbury 25th quarter together: 3 & 5. Rung open on the back six in affectionate memory of the late Ron Johns on the eve of his funeral.
  1. Kilkhampton, St James the Great , 19 December 1264 Plain Bob Major 1.Rob Corney 2.Ruth Reeves 3.Phil Morse 4.Debbie Spittle 5.John Insley 6.Peter Sharp 7.Martin Spittle 8.Phil Tremain (C) Remembering Jim Phillips, Cornishman & College Youth, whose mortal remains will be laid to rest in his native soil at St. Kea tomorrow. 1st quarter for Martin’s new hip!
  1. St Kea, All Hallows, 20 December 1260 Grandsire Triples Jane Hitchens 2.Canon Malcolm Bowers 3.Helen Hood 4.Mark Hood 5.Norman Mattingley 6.Neil Hitchens 7.Robert Perry (C) 8.Ian Self Rung by a Society band resident in Cornwall immediately before the burial in the churchyard of this church of the body of A James Phillips, a Past Master of the Society and a proud Cornishman. May he rest in peace and rise in glory.
  2. St Tudy, St Tudy, 22 December 1320 Cambridge Surprise MinorJane Hitchens 2.Debbie Spittle 3.Ruth Reeves 4.Graham Baskerville 5.Martin Spittle 6.Neil Hitchens (C) For Christmas
  3. St Teath, St Tetha, 22 December 1320 Cambridge Surprise MinorRuth Reeves 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Debbie Spittle 4.Graham Baskerville 5.Martin Spittle 6.Neil Hitchens (C) For Christmas
  4. Gulval, St Gulval , 23 December 1260 Doubles(3m) 1.Jane Hitchens 2.Carolyn Howell 3.Neil Hitchens 4.Sam Nankervis 5.Jonathan Young (C) To celebrate Christmas
  5. St Allen, St Alleyne , 26 December 1260 Shipping Forecast SinglesNathan Evans 2.Thomas J Hinks 3.David J Mattingley Jointly conducted. Rung for the feast of St Stephen.
  6. Gulval, St Gulval , 30 December 1280 Superlative Surprise MajorCarolyn Howell 2.Claire Sowden 3.Sam Nankervis (C) 4.Jane Hitchens 5.Ann-Marie Hopkins 6.Alastair Hopkins 7.Neil Hitchens 8.Chris Venn

Quarter Peals and other performances 2017

  1. Bodmin, St Petroc, 17 January 1260Plain Bob DoublesPaul Scoble 2.Bryony P H Dorrington 3.Philip J Tremain 4.John Hereward 5.Richard B Dorrington (C) 6.Andrew P Harris. Rung following the funeral service at Bodmin of Anthony Brian Buscombe aged 82
  2. Phillack, St Felicitas , 21 January 1288Grandsire TriplesClaire Sowden 2.Norman Mattingley 3.Jane Hitchens 4.David Parkin 5.Terry Lane 6.Neil Hitchens 7.Sam Nankervis (C) 8.Roger Sullivan 77th Birthday compliment to Terry.
  3. Kenwyn, St Keyne, 22 January in 1250Yorkshire Surprise MajorEric Bannister 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Phil Young 4.Graham Baskerville 5.Ian Young 6.Hayley Young 7.Norman Mattingley (C) 8.Neil Hitchens In memory of Andrew Reeves of Advent and Evelyn (Molly) Fellows of Stourbridge.
  4. St Eval, St Uvelus, 23 January 1260Plain Bob MinorDave Ralls 2.Matthew Rodliffe 3.Rob Corney 4.Richard Dorrington 5.John Hereward 6.Phil Tremain (C) Remembering with gratitude our friend Andrew Reeves
  5. Callington, St Mary, 23 January 1260Plain Bob TriplesPhil Morse 2.Anne Body 3.Joyce Pengelly 4.Kim Sudell 5.Kevan Borlase 6.Robert Brown 7.Owen Borlase (C) 8.John Blatchford 444th quarter: 7. Rung to mark the birth of Jowan Alexander Body on 19th January. Also in memoriam of Andrew Reeves of Advent and Lanteglos-by-Camelford.
  6. Truro, 16 Hurland Road, 26 January 1312Kent Treble Bob Major 1–2.Peter Sharp 3–4.Dave Ralls 5–6.Norman Mattingley (C) 7–8.Phil Tremain In memory of Andrew Reeves
  7. Bradoc, Blessed Virgin Mary, 30 January 1272Reverse Canterbury MinimusMarc R Dunkley 2.Bryony P H Dorrington 3.Richard B Dorrington (C) 4.Robert P Pearce Rung to welcome Edith Olivia Rose Dorrington, granddaughter of Bryony and Richard. Also to commemorate the anniversary of the Battle of Braddock Down in 1643.
  8. Otterham, St Denis , 1 February 1260 Doubles (2m) 660 Grandsire, 600 Plain Bob 1.Tammy Northcott 2.Ruth Reeves 3.Richard Dorrington 4.John Insley 5.Phil Tremain (C) 6.Fiona Stokes 1st Q – 1. In memory of Andrew Reeves who taught Tammy and many others to ring here.
  9. St Agnes, 3 February 1260Plain Bob MinorRosie Falco 2.Valerie Williams 3.Annie Holland 4.Eric Bannister 5.Ian Self 6.Robert Perry (C) Rung ½ muffled in memory of St. Agnes ringer, Stephen Clarence Harris died this day 100 years ago. “We will remember them”
  10. Otterham, St Denis , 4 February Grandsire DoublesJulian Trick 2.Ruth Reeves 3.Richard Dorrington 4.John Insley 5Robert Corney (C) 6.Bryony Dorrington. Dedicated to Andrew Reeves, who did so much in and for this tower. First quarter at first attempt 1
  11. Truro, 16 Hurland Road, 9 February 1280Kent Treble Bob Major 1–2.Peter Sharp 3–4.Dave Ralls 5–6.Norman Mattingley (C) 7–8.Phil Tremain
  12. Bradoc, Blessed Virgin Mary , 1272Plain Bob MinimusMarc R Dunkley 2.Richard B Dorrington (C) 3.Bryony P H Dorrington 4.Robert P Pearce 5.Andrew P Harris
  13. Tuckingmill, All Saints, 13 February 1280Bristol Surprise MajorJane Hitchens 2.Hayley Young 3.Chris Venn 4.Carolyn Howell 5.Martin Spittle 6.Robert Perry 7.Neil Hitchens 8.Sam Nankervis (C)

 

 

  1. Advent, St Adwena, 17 February 1260Grandsire DoublesRichard Dorrington 2.John Insley 3.Ruth Reeves 4.Chris Searle 5.Robert Corney (C) 6.Lyn Davis In memoriam Andrew Reeves, late captain of Lanteglos-by-Camelford and Advent, who helped with the augmentation and rehanging of these bells in 2004. First quarter for over two decades, 4
  2. Tuckingmill, All Saints, 20 February 1280Belfast Surprise MajorDebbie Spittle 2.Neil Hitchens 3.Norman Mattingley 4.Jane Hitchens 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Martin Spittle 7.Chris Venn 8.Sam Nankervis (C) 40th Birthday compliment to Gareth Lawson.
  3. Lanhydrock, St Hyderock, 20 February 1260Grandsire TriplesMartin Spittle 2.Ruth Reeves 3.Bryony Dorrington 4.Debbie Spittle 5.Phil Morse 6.Peter Sharp 7.Phil Tremain (C) 8.Dave Ralls Circled February to quarters – 7. 65th birthday compliments to Phil Morse (today) and Dave Ralls (tomorrow).
  4. Gulval, St Wolvela, 25 February 1260Grandsire DoublesTrina Peters 2.Sam Nankervis 3.Claire Sowden 4.Jane Hitchens 5.Neil Hitchens (C) 6.Phil Peters First quarter 1. Birthday compliment 1. First quarter together 1&6.
  5. Kenwyn, St Keyne, 26 February in 1250Rutland Surprise MajorPhil Young 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Ian Young 4.Alun Thomas 5.Paul Wotton 6.Hayley Young 7.Neil Hitchens 8.Norman Mattingley (C) For Evening Service.
  6. St Dominic, St Dominica, 1260Doubles (2p/3m/5v) 1.Anne Body 2.Maire Warwick 3.Kim Sudell 4.Richard Warwick 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Kevan Borlase Rung to celebrate the recent birthday of Ron Johns (99), one of the oldest members of the Truro Diocesan Guild of Ringers.
  7. Gulval, St Gulval, 6 March 1376Pudsey Surprise MajorSam Nankervis 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Neil Hitchens 4.Claire Sowden 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Norman Mattingley 7.Chris Venn 8.Jonathan Young (C) Rung for the Feast of St Piran
  8. Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints , 11 March 1280Spliced Surprise Major (std 8) 1.Helen Perry 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Carolyn Howell 4.Robert Perry 5.Jonathan Young 6.Neil Hitchens 7.Chris Venn 8.Sam Nankervis (C)
  9. St Erth, St Ercus , 13 March 1320Norwich Surprise MinorCarolyn Howell 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Claire Sowden 4.Neil Hitchens 5.Sam Nankervis 6.Chris Venn (C)
  10. St Breocke, St Breock, 13 March 1260Grandsire DoublesRuth Reeves 2.Rob Corney 3.Phil Tremain (C) 4.Matthew Rodliffe 5.John Insley 6.Peter Sharp
  11. Egloshayle, St Petrock, 1260Grandsire TriplesRichard Dorrington 2.Ruth Reeves 3.Bryony Dorrington 4.John Insley 5.John Hereward 6.Peter Sharp 7.Phil Tremain (C) 8.Robert Corney Remembering Private Norman Withers Derry, aged 19, a ringer at Egloshayle who died 100 years ago today and is buried at Salonika Military Cemetery, Greece.
  12. Kenwyn, St Keyne, 26 March 1280Little Bob MajorEric Bannister 2.Alan Sharples 3.Phil Young 4.Graham Baskerville 5.Ian Young 6.Adam Pym 7.Norman Mattingley 8.Jonathan Young (C) For Evensong
  13. Whitstone, St Anne, 29 March 1260Plain Bob MinorRobert Corney 2.Bryony Dorrington 3.Ruth Reeves 4.Phil Morse 5.Peter Sharp 6.Phil Tremain (C)

 

  1. Linkinhorne, St Mellor, 31 March 1320Doubles (4v) (240 Litchurch; 360 each: April Day, Cliffords Pleasure, Kennington) 1.Phil Morse 2.Maire Warwick 3.Kim Sudell 4.Richard Warwick 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Kevan Borlase An acrostic quarter rung as a marriage compliment to Hannah and David Lack.
  2. Bradoc, Blessed Virgin Mary, 31 March 1260 Plain Bob DoublesMarc R Dunkley 2.Richard B Dorrington (C) 3.Bryony P H Dorrington 4.Rachel Mackonochie 5.Robert P Pearce.
  3. Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints, 1 April 1440Superlative No.2 Surprise RoyalHelen Perry 2.Sam Nankervis 3.Chris Venn 4.Jonathan Young (C) 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Norman Mattingley 7.Robert Perry 8.Neil Hitchens 9.John Davis 10.Dave Ralls First in by a resident band!
  4. Gulval, St Wolvela, 3 April 1280 Bristol Surprise MajorDebbie Spittle 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Chris Venn 4.Martin Spittle 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Neil Hitchens 7.Norman Mattingley 8.Sam Nankervis (C) Birthday compliment to Robert J Perry
  5. Gulval, St Wolvela, 17 April 1274Surprise Minor (2m) London and Cambridge 1.Neil Hitchens 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Carolyn Howell 4.Norman Mattingley 5.Sam Nankervis 6.Chris Venn (C) For Easter
  6. St Stephen in Brannel, 23 April 1274 Plain Bob TriplesBryony Dorrington 2.Malcolm Bowers 3.Roger Tallis 4.Peter Sharp 5.Jeff Britchford 6.Matthew Rodliffe 7.Phil Tremain (C) 8.Monty Hooper On St.George’s Day in memory of Private Frederick Marshall Osborne, DCLI, a ringer from St.Stephen who died 23rd April 1917
  7. Perranarworthal, St Piran, 23 April 1260Plain Bob DoublesMichael R Wycherley 2.George Stevens 3.Annie Holland 4.Alun Thomas 5.Ian P Self (C) 6.Eric Bannister Rung to commemorate the lives of Private John Chapman (DCLI) of Perranarworthal who fell on 23rd April 1917 and Lance Sergeant William George Heard (Royal Dublin Fusilliers) of Lanteglos by Fowey who fell on 26th March 1917. We will remember them.
  8. Mabe, St Laudus, 27 April 1260Doubles (4m) 180 Stedman, 480 Grandsire, 120 Reverse Canterbury, 480 Plain Bob 1.Debbie Spittle 2.Peter Sharp 3.John Davis 4.Martin Spittle 5.Phil Tremain (C) 6.Dave Ralls
  9. Gwennap, St Weneppa, 27 April 1272London Surprise MinorDebbie Spittle 2.Phil Tremain 3.Dave Ralls 4.Martin Spittle 5.John Davis 6.Peter Sharp (C) With the congratulations of the rest of the band to Dave Ralls for completing the London Marathon
  10. St Erme, St Hermes, 28 April 1260Reverse Canterbury Pleasure Place DoublesValerie Williams 2.Phil Tremain 3.Christine Iles 4.John Davis (C) 5.Dave Ralls 6.Eric Bannister With the congratulations of the rest of the band to Dave Ralls for completing the London Marathon . 1st in method – 3.
  11. Marhamchurch, St Marwenne, 6 May 1260 Grandsire DoublesLiz Gliddon 2.Sue Shadrick 3.Esther Jones 4.Helen Barnes 5.Robert Corney (C) 6.Nigel Cann Rung in memory of Trevor Gliddon, husband of 1, on the first anniversary of his death, by his fellow Service band
  12. Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints, 6 May 1282Pudsey Surprise RoyalHelen Perry 2.Carolyn Howell (C) 3.Chris Venn 4.John Davis 5.Jane Hitchens 6.Norman Mattingley 7.Sam Nankervis 8.Neil Hitchens 9.David Ralls 10.Robert Perry 1st Quarter of Pudsey Surprise Royal for the Truro Diocesan Guild by a resident band.
  13. Gulval, St Wolvela, 8 May 1250Cambridge Surprise MajorMartin Spittle 2.Carolyn Howell (C) 3.Jane Hitchens 4.Debbie Spittle 5.Sam Nankervis 6.Neil Hitchens 7.Chris Venn 8.Norman Mattingley
  14. St Erth, St Ercus, 15 May 1440Primrose Surprise MinorDebbie Spittle 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Chris Venn 4.Martin Spittle 5.Neil Hitchens 6.Norman Mattingley (C)
  15. Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints , 22 May 1250Cassiobury Surprise MajorDebbie Spittle 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Sam Nankervis 4.Carolyn Howell 5.Martin Spittle 6.Neil Hitchens 7.Chris Venn 8.Norman Mattingley (C)
  16. Kenwyn, St Keyne , 28 May 1264Plain Bob MajorGeorge Stevens 2.Barbara Sharples 3.Alan Sharples 4.Alun Thomas 5.Michael Wycherley 6.Hayley Young 7.Ian Young 8.Norman Mattingley (C) For Evening Service. To mark the confirmation of George Stevens at St Feock earlier that day.
  17. Gulval, St Gulval, 29 May 1344Lessness Surprise MajorDebbie Spittle 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Sam Nankervis 4.Martin Spittle 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Neil Hitchens 7.Chris Venn 8.Norman Mattingley (C) Birthday compliment to Carolyn Howell and Chris Venn.
  18. Marhamchurch, St Marwenne, 3 June 1260 Grandsire DoublesLiz Gliddon 2.Esther Jones 3.Sue Shadrick (C) 4.Helen Barnes 5.Robert Corney 6.Nigel Cann To celebrate the baptism of Hayden Shadrick, grandson of the conductor, at St Marwenne’s on 21/05/17
  19. St Dominic, St Dominica, 4 June 1260Plain Bob DoublesMaire Warwick 2.Phil Morse 3.Tracey Hillman 4.Richard Warwick 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Kevan Borlase First quarter for 31 years: 3. Rung before The Friends of St Dominic Church Annual Cream Tea at Beechaven. Also to mark the recent birthday of Ian Banbury.
  20. Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints, 5 June 1440Cambridge Surprise MinorClaire Sowden 2.Neil Hitchens 3.Carolyn Howell 4.Jane Hitchens 5.Hayley Young 6.Chris Venn (C)
  21. St Mewan, St Mewan, 10 June 1296Cambridge Surprise MinorIan F Young 2.Margaret H Ross 3.Peter A Sharp 4.Timothy R Palmer 5.David J Mattingley (C) 6.Jonathan F Young An insignificant birthday compliment to Maggie (tomorrow).
  22. Poundstock, St Winwaloe, 10 June Surfleet Surprise MinorTim Bayton 2.Alex Britton 3.Carolyn Howell 4.Sue Sawyer 5.Sam Nankervis 6.Chris Venn (C)
  23. Poughill, St Olaf King and Martyr, 10 June 1296Spliced Surprise Minor (2m) 720 London, 576 Cambridge, 1.Chris Venn 2.Carolyn Howell 3.Alex Britton 4.Sue Sawyer 5.Sam Nankervis 6.Tim Bayton (C)
  24. Morwenstow, St John the Baptist, 10 June 1320Norwich Surprise MinorCarolyn Howell 2.Tim Bayton 3.Sam Nankervis 4.Sue Sawyer 5.Chris Venn 6.Alex Britton (C)
  25. Marhamchurch, St Marwenne, 10 June 1320Wells Surprise MinorSue Sawyer 2.Carolyn Howell 3.Chris Venn 4.Alex Britton 5.Tim Bayton 6Sam Nankervis (C)
  26. Calstock, St Andrew, 10 June 1260Doubles (1p/3m/2v) 1.Tracey Hillman 2.E Anne Body 3.Maire E Warwick 4.Richard M Warwick 5.Owen J Borlase (C) 6.Kevan J Borlase First Original: 1. Rung open in memory of A. Diana Smeath, mother of Rachel Mackonochie. Diana rang her last QP at St Andrew’s.

 

  1. Poughill, St Olaf King and Martyr, 15 June 1260Doubles (8mv) 1.Bryony Dorrington 2.Richard Dorrington 3.Phil Tremain (C) 4.John Insley 5.Peter Sharp 6.Robert Corney Rung on BBC Music Day to mark the opening of Marhamchurch, St.Marwenne’s flower festival and also a 65th birthday compliment on 21st June to Kay, wife of Rob Corney.
  2. St Michael Caerhays, St Michael and All Angels , 16 June 1260 Grandsire DoublesEric Bannister 2.Peter Sharp 3.Phil Tremain (C) 4.Helen Perry 5.Robert Perry 6.Jeff Britchford For St Michael Caerhays Flower Festival
  3. Ladock, St Ladoca , 21 June 1260Grandsire TriplesRoger Tallis 2.Jeff Britchford 3.Colin Haines 4.Phil Young 5.Peter Sharp 6.Norman Mattingley 7.Ian Young (C) 8.Renfree Stephens Rung open in thanksgiving for the lives of Lady Mary Holborow, former Lord Lieutenant of , and Marcella Kingcome.
  4. Mullion, St Melina, 24 June 1272Kent Treble Bob MinorEdward R Venn (C) 2.Debbie Spittle 3.Peter A Sharp 4.Martin Spittle 5.A C John Davis 6.David Ralls Rung on Midsummer’s Day as a Midsummer compliment to Mary Durrant and the Mullion Ringers
  5. Cury, St Corentyn, 24 June Plain Bob MinorPeter A Sharp 2.Martin Spittle 3.Debbie Spittle 4.A C John Davis 5.David Ralls 6.Edward R Venn (C)
  6. Gulval, St Gulval , 3 July 1280 Surprise MajorDebbie Spittle 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Neil Hitchens 4.Chris Venn 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Martin Spittle 7.Sam Nankervis 8.Norman Mattingley (C)
  7. St Clement, St Clement, 6 July 1260 Doubles (11mv) 1.Ruth Reeves 2.Debbie Spittle 3.John Insley 4.Martin Spittle 5.Phil Tremain (C) 6.Phil Morse circled tower to quarters – 5.
  8. Bradoc, Blessed Virgin Mary, 10 July 1272St Nicholas Bob MinimusMarc R Dunkley 2.Bryony P H Dorrington 3.Richard B Dorrington (C) 4.Robert P Pearce 5.Andrew P Harris Rung to mark the 1st birthday on July 14th of Hannah Norris, granddaughter of 4, and the 40th birthday of Rebecca Dorrington, daughter of 2 and 3.
  9. Crantock, St Carantoc, 15 July 1260Doubles (2m) 720 Grandsire, 540 Plain Bob 1.Valerie Williams 2.Rosie Falco 3.Phil Whieldon 4..Ken Cooke 5.Phil Tremain (C) 6.Pete Hughes By an Atlantic Cluster band with guest conductor. Rung to mark the 250th anniversary of the installation of the original four bells, at the end of the Ring & Picnic celebration.
  10. Penzance, St Mary the Virgin, 18 July 1260Stedman TriplesJane Hitchens 2.John Underwood 3.Sandra Underwood 4.John Pladdys (C) 5.Debbie Spittle 6.Martin Spittle 7.Neil Hitchens 8.David Parkin Rung prior to the memorial service for Sheila Wright of Penzance.
  11. Helston, St Michael, 22 July 1260 Stedman TriplesAlan Sharples 2.Peter Sharp 3.Nicky Carveth 4.John Pladdys (C) 5.Debbie Spittle 6.Martin Spittle 7.John Davis 8.Bob Woods First quarter-8 To celebrate the wedding anniversaries Of Alan and Barbara Sharples and John and Jackie Davis.
  12. Kenwyn, St Keyne, 23 July 1280Rutland Surprise MajorMichael Wycherley 2.Jonathan Young 3.Edward Groome 4.Adam Pym 5.Ian Young 6.Christopher Groome 7.Paul Wotton 8.Norman Mattingley (C) For evening service. Rung with the best wishes of the band at Kenwyn as a farewell to Edward Groome on being awarded his degree from the University of Exeter at Tremough.
  13. Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints, 24 July 1344Spliced Surprise Major (C,Y,N) 1.Carolyn Howell 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Claire Sowden 4.Debbie Spittle 5.Robert Perry 6.Martin Spittle 7.Neil Hitchens 8.Sam Nankervis (C) Birthday compliment to Neil for tomorrow.
  14. Callington, St Mary, 24 July 1260Plain Bob MinorMaire Warwick 2.Anne Body 3.Kevan Borlase 4.Phil Morse 5.Richard Warwick 6.Owen Borlase (C) 7.John Blatchford Rung on bells 1, 3-8 to mark the recent 60th birthday Jane Grimwood and the forthcoming 70th birthday Hilary Davis. Both are ringers at St Dominic. Also to mark the birthday Sally Bellringer, daughter of 7.
  15. Pillaton, St Odulph, 25 July 1260Spliced Minor (2m) (Single Canterbury Pleasure Bob & Plain Bob) 1.Kevin Edwards 2.Maire Warwick 3.Kim Sudell 4.Kevan Borlase 5.Richard Warwick 6.Owen Borlase (C) 7.Ian Banbury 1st Minor: 1. 1st blows of Single Canterbury by all except: 2 & 5. 125th quarter: 4. 200th quarter as Conductor: 6. 75th together: 2 & 6. Rung open on bells 1, 3-8 in affectionate memory of Frank Duke of Maker who died on 12th July aged 97. RIP.
  16. Truro, Cathedral and Parish Church of St Mary, 29 July 1346Cambridge Surprise MaximusJane Hitchens 2.Peter Sharp 3.John Davis 4.David Ralls 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Norman Mattingley 7.Ian Young 8.Sam Nankervis 9.Robert Perry 10.Neil Hitchens 11.Chris Venn 12.Jonathan Young (C) First quarter of Surprise Maximus by a resident Cornish band.
  17. Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints, 31 July 1280 Spliced Surprise Major (R,C,Y) 1.Debbie Spittle 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Carolyn Howell 4.Claire Sowden 5.Norman Mattingley 6.Neil Hitchens 7.Martin Spittle 8.Sam Nankervis (C) In memory of Phyllis Howell, mother of Carolyn, who died eight years ago today.
  18. Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints, 5 August 1282 Swindon Surprise Royal Ian Young 2.David Ralls 3.Chris Venn 4.John Davis 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Jane Hitchens 7.Sam Nankervis 8.Neil Hitchens 9.Jonathan Young 10.Norman Mattingley (C)
  19. Gulval, St Gulval, 7 August 1280 Spliced Surprise Major (4m) (R,S,C,Y) 1.Debbie Spittle 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Claire Sowden 4.Martin Spittle 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Neil Hitchens 7.Norman Mattingley 8.Sam Nankervis (C)
  20. Marhamchurch, St Marwenne, 12 August 1260 Grandsire DoublesLiz Gliddon 2.David J Garvie 3.Jo Barnes 4.Sue Shadrick 5.Robert Corney (C) 6.Chris Humphries Rung on St Marwenne`s Day, on the 70th anniversary of the first peal rung here. Congratulations to 2 & 6, Dave celebrating 60 years since his first quarter and Chris ringing his first at first attempt. Welcome to the “Dark Arts”, as you put it Chris. We`d also like to associate Charlie Taylor and John Bowden,who rang in the 1947 peal, with this quarter.
  21. Penzance, St Mary the Virgin, 14 August 1250 Rutland Surprise MajorHelen Perry 2.Claire Sowden 3.Jane Hitchens 4.Debbie Spittle 5.Robert Perry 6.Martin Spittle 7.Neil Hitchens 8.Sam Nankervis (C) Birthday compliment to Stephanie Mattingley.
  22. Truro, Cathedral and Parish Church of St Mary, 19 August 1260 Julie McDonnell New Bob Triples Debbie Spittle 2.Robert Perry 3.Norman Mattingley 4.Phil Tremain 5.Dave Ralls 6.Martin Spittle 7.Jonathan Young (C) 8.Eric Bannister For Strike Back Against Blood Cancer Cathedrals, Abbeys & Minsters challenge. 1st blows in method for all.
  23. Saint Winnow, 4 September 1260 Plain Bob DoublesMarc Dunkley 2.Richard Dorrington 3.Bryony Dorrington 4.Andrew Mackonochie 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Andrew Harris First Quarter on the new bells. Wedding anniversary compliment to Richard and Bryony and to Robert and Kathryn Pearce.
  24. St Eval, St Uvelus, 5 September 1440 Plain Bob MinorDebbie Spittle 2.Ruth Reeves 3.Phil Morse 4.Martin Spittle 5.Phil Tremain 6.Rob Corney (C) 1st Minor as C.
  25. Marhamchurch,St Marwenne, 14 September 1260 Grandsire DoublesDavid J Garvie 2.Jo Barnes 3.Helen Barnes (C) 4.Emma Semple 5.Robert Corney 6.Chris Humphries A birthday compliment to Helen and to her hero Bruce Springsteen both born on 23/09. First as conductor
  26. Gwinear, St Gwinear, 18 September 1320 Whitley Surprise MinorCarolyn Howell 2.Claire Sowden 3.Jane Hitchens 4.Neil Hitchens 5.Norman Mattingley 6.Chris Venn (C)
  27. Truro, Cathedral and Parish Church of St Mary, 19 September 1260 Grandsire Doubles Valerie Williams 2.Eric Bannister 3.Nicola Moxon 4.Diccon Pearce 5.Ian Young (C) 6.Phil Young On practice night after meeting short for maximus
  28. St Winnow, St Winnow , 20 September 1272 Plain Bob MinimusBryony P H Dorrington 2.Richard B Dorrington (C) 3.Rachel Mackonochie 4.Robert P Pearce 5.Andrew P Harris
  29. Truro, 16 Hurland Road , 21 September 1568 Plain Bob Major 1–2.Peter Sharp 3–4.Phil Tremain 5–6.Dave Ralls 7–8.Norman Mattingley (C) 1st on 8 on an inside non-coursing pair, 3-4
  30. Helston, St Michael , 24 September 1260 Grandsire Triples Gareth L M Lawson 2.Carolyn J Howell 3.Matthew C Gardiner 4.Cameron A Waters 5.Jonathan D Storey (C) 6.Annabelle F Frost 7.Andrew V Brown 8.George M Salter
  31. St Stephen in Brannel, 25 September 1264 Plain Bob Major George M Salter 2.Gareth L M Lawson 3.Matthew C Gardiner 4.Jane M Hitchens 5.T Neil Hitchens 6.Andrew V Brown 7.Jonathan D Storey 8.Cameron A Waters (C)
  32. Probus, SS Probus and Grace , 25 September Lincolnshire Surprise MajorJonathan D Storey 2.Andrew V Brown 3.Jane M Hitchens 4.T Neil Hitchens 5.Gareth L M Lawson 6.Cameron A Waters 7.George M Salter 8.Matthew C Gardiner (C)
  33. Stithians, St Stedyana , 28 September 1260 Plain Bob MinorJohn F Underwood 2.Peter A Sharp 3.Sandra Underwood 4.Debbie Spittle 5.Phil Tremain 6.Martin Spittle (C) Birthday compliments to 2 and 6
  34. St Dominic, St Dominica , 14 October 1260 Doubles (2p/3m/6v) 1.Anne Body 2.Maire Warwick 3.Phil Morse 4.Richard Warwick 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Kevan Borlase 1st blows of Rev. St. Bartholomew: 3. Most p/m/v’s to a quarter: 2, 3. 125th quarter: 6. Rung during TDGR Quarter Peal week to mark the recent Diamond Wedding Anniversary of Brian and Christine Jones. Also rung as a 60th birthday complement to Hilary Murray.
  35. Paul, St Pol de Lion , 14 October 1260 Grandsire DoublesMiranda Penhaligon 2.Jenny Ridley 3.John Swan 4.Sam Nankervis 5.Chris Venn (C) 6.Claire Sowden 75th Birthday compliment to Jenny . TDGR Quarter Peal Week

 

  1. St Mawgan in Pydar, SS Mawgan and Nicholas , 16 October 1250 Cambridge Surprise Major Robert Corney 2.Ruth Reeves 3.Matthew Rodliffe 4.Graham Baskerville 5.John Insley 6.Phil Tremain 7.Peter Sharp 8.Norman Mattingley (C) For TDGR QP Week, 1st Major inside – 3.
  2. Camborne, SS Martin and Meriadoc , 16 October 1260 Plain Bob DoublesThomas Card 2.Chris Venn (C) 3.Richard Card 4.Gerry Bacon 5.Mark Hood 6.Claire Sowden 1st quarter for treble ringer
  3. Callington, St Mary , 16 October 1280 Spliced Surprise Major (Std 8) 1.Clare Stagg 2.Anne Body 3.Don Crocker 4.Phil Dunn 5.Robert Brown 6.Matthew Thewsey 7.David Crocker 8.Fergus Stracey (C) Rung for TDGR QP week to mark the birth of Eleanor Rose Stagg, granddaughter of 5 born on 12th October.
  4. South Petherwin, St Paternus , 17 October 1260 Grandsire Doubles Phil Tremain 2.Debbie Spittle 3.Martin Spittle 4.Ruth Reeves 5.Robert Corney (C) 6.Peter Sharp In TDGR QP Week, remembering Private George Gilbert a ringer at North Petherwin (bells unavailable due to maintenance) who died 26 October 1917, aged 21.
  5. Pillaton, St Odulph , 17 October 1300 Reverse Canterbury Pleasure Place DoublesRichard Warwick 2.Maire Warwick 3.Tracey Hillman 4.Kim Sudell 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Kevin Edwards 1st blows in the method: 3. Rung on the back six for TDGR Quarter Peal Week.
  6. Laneast, SS Sidwell and Gulvat , 17 October 1260 Plain Bob MinorRobert Corney 2.Peter Sharp 3.Ruth Reeves 4.Debbie Spittle 5.Martin Spittle 6.Phil Tremain (C) In TDGR QP Week, remembering Private Robert Charles Boreham a ringer at Laneast who died 10 October 1917, aged 21.
  7. Poughill, St Olaf King and Martyr , 18 October 1260 Grandsire DoublesDave Garvie 2.Liz Gliddon 3.Sue Shadrick (C) 4.Helen Barnes 5.Paul Dymond 6.Trevor Bowden In memoriam John Bowden, vice-president of the Devon Guild, father of 6. Charlie Taylor & Esther Jones wish to be associated with this quarter peal, rung during TDGR quarter peal week
  8. Truro, 16 Hurland Road , 19 October 1568 Plain Bob Major 1–2.Phil Tremain 3–4.Dave Ralls 5–6.Norman Mattingley (C) 7–8.Martin Spittle For Truro DG QP Week. 1st in hand 7-8.
  9. St Cleer, St Clarus , 19 October 1260 Plain Bob DoublesKim Sudell 2.Maire Warwick 3.Ian Banbury 4.Richard Warwick 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Kevan Borlase Rung for TDGR Quarter Peal Week. First on a changing bell: 3. Dedicated to Geoff Auckland and his family from his ringers at St Cleer and his many other ringing friends.
  10. St Buryan, St Buriana , 19 October 1260 Grandsire DoublesIan Groves 2.Claire Sowden 3.Jane Hitchens 4.Chris Venn 5.Sam Nankervis (C) 6.Neil Hitchens First quarter at first attempt 1. Rung during TDGR quarter peal week.
  11. St Erth, St Ercus , 22 October 1320 Carlisle Surprise MinorHeather Pickford 2.Claire Sowden 3.Neil Hitchens 4.Chris Pickford (C) 5.Chris Venn 6.Andrew Ogden For TDGR Quarter Peal Week
  12. St Agnes, St Agnes , 22 October 1260 Plain Bob MinorPaddy Falco 2.Val Williams 3.Peter Whitwam 4.Rosie Falco 5.Annie Holland 6.Phil Tremain (C) Rung for Guild 1/4 peal week. First minor for treble ringer. The band congratulate Peter and Karl Whitwam on their recent marriage.

 

 

  1. Kenwyn, St Keyne , 22 October 1260 Grandsire TriplesNorman Mattingley 2.Jonathan Young 3.Phil Young 4.Alun Thomas 5.Carolyn Howell 6.Ian Young 7.Adam Pym (C) 8.Eric Bannister First quarter as conductor. For evensong and for Truro Diocesan Guild quarter peal week.
  2. St Winnow, St Winnow , 23 October 1260 Plain Bob Doubles Rachel M Mackonochie 2.Bryony P H Dorrington 3.Robert P Pearce 4.Andrew J Mackonochie 5.Richard B Dorrington (C) 6.Andrew P Harris 7.Daniel T Peareth 8.Jago B Hannen Rung for Truro Diocesan Guild of Ringers Quarter Peal Week First Quarter for 7 and 8 aged 11 and 10 respectivel
  3. St Buryan, St Buriana , 27 October 1440 Netherseale Surprise MinorClaire Sowden 2.Carolyn Howell 3.Jane Hitchens 4.Chris Venn (C) 5.Neil Hitchens 6.Andrew Ogden
  4. Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints , 30 October 1320 Carlisle Surprise MinorClaire Sowden 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Sam Nankervis 4.Chris Venn (C) 5.Neil Hitchens 6.Carolyn Howell With best wishes to Martin Spittle for a speedy recovery after his hip operation.
  5. Marhamchurch, St Marwenne , 4 November 1260 2 Doubles (1 Variation) 1.Liz Gliddon 2.Helen Barnes 3.Sue Shadrick 4.Dave Garvie 5.Robert Corney (C) 6.Nigel Cann Most methods/variation by all except 5, most as conductor. Your turn next Esther & Jo! With best wishes to Charlie Taylor in hospital.
  6. Bradoc, St Mary the Virgin , 6 November 1260 Grandsire DoublesAndrew J Mackonochie 2.Bryony P H Dorrington 3.Rachel M Mackonochie 4.Richard B Dorrington 5.Robert P Pearce (C) Rung on the 100th anniversary of the death of Horace Charles Sanders who was a ringer at our church. He farmed at Bodgardi Farm which lies within the sound of our bells with his mother and brother. He joined the North Devon Yeomanry and was sent to the Egyptian Expeditionary Force. He was killed on 6th November 1917 at Tel El Sheria fighting Turkish Forces in the second battle of Gazza. This was part of the campaign to take Jerusalem by Christmas that year. He lies in the Jerusalem War Graves Cemetery.
  7. St Eval, St Uvelus , 7 November 1260 Plain Bob MinorAndy Hardy 2.Phil Morse 3.Ruth Reeves 4.Debbie Spittle 5.Rob Corney 6.Phil Tremain (C) 50th birthday compliment to the Rector, Revd. Helen Baber, and to wish Martin Spittle a speedy return to ringing following his hip replacement.
  8. Padstow, St Petroc , 7 November 1260 Doubles (8mv) 1.Ruth Reeves 2.Phil Morse 3.Debbie Spittle 4.Phil Tremain (C) 5.Rob Corney 6.Brian Wood Retirement compliment to the vicar, Canon Chris Malkinson, and to wish Martin Spittle a speedy return to ringing following his hip replacement.
  9. St Dominic, St Dominica , 12 November 1260 Doubles (2m/4v) 1.Maire Warwick 2.Kim Sudell 3.Tracey Hillman 4.Richard Warwick 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Kevan Borlase 1st blows of Clifford’s Pleasure & April Day: 3. Most m/v’s: 3. Rung half-muffled following the Civic Service of Remembrance.
  10. Pillaton, St Odulph , 14 November 1260 Plain Bob TriplesIan Banbury 2.Kim Sudell 3.Maire Warwick 4.Richard Warwick 5.Robert Brown 6.Kevan Borlase 7.Owen Borlase (C) 8.Kevin Edwards First on 8 at first attempt: 1. 100th quarter together: 5 & 7. Rung open in memory of Val Taylor. RIP.

 

  1. Penzance, St Mary the Virgin , 25 November 1250 Yorkshire Surprise MajorHelen Perry 2.Chris Venn 3.Claire Sowden 4.Hayley Young 5.Norman Mattingley 6.Sam Nankervis 7.Robert Perry 8.Jonathan Young (C) Rung in celebration of the 70th Wedding Anniversary of HM Queen Elizabeth and HRH Prince Philip.
  2. Constantine, St Constantine , 25 November 1260 Plain Bob DoublesIan Self 2.Esther Lupton 3.Edward Lupton (C) 4.Jane Mann 5.Sarah Lupton 6.Richard Card Rung before the Thanksgiving Service for the life of Elizabeth (Liz) Moore, ringer at St Constantine since 1978. Rung by family and friends, also First Quarter Peal for Granddaughter Esther Lupton.
  3. Pillaton, St Odulph , 28 November 1260 Spliced Minor (2m) (Single Canterbury Pleasure Bob & Plain Bob) 1.Anne Body 2.Maire Warwick 3.Kim Sudell 4.Kevan Borlase 5.Richard Warwick 6.Owen Borlase (C) 7.Ian Banbury 175th quarter together: 1 & 6. Rung open on bells 1, 3-8 in affectionate memory of Ron Johns of St Mellion & St Dominic and Geoff Auckland of St Cleer. RIP.
  4. Penzance, St Mary the Virgin , 2 December 1260 Plain Bob MinorMiranda Penhaligon 2.Helen Perry 3.Claire Sowden 4.Sam Nankervis 5.Robert Perry (C) 6.Chris Venn First quarter of minor: 1. Rung on Western District Dinner Day
  5. Otterham, St Denis , 2 December 1260 Grandsire Doubles Julian Trick 2.Ruth Reeves 3.John Insley 4.Chris Searle 5.Robert Corney (C) 6.Tammy Northcott Rung to accompany the decorators of the church Christmas Tree.
  6. St Dominic, St Dominica , 9 December 1272 Fryerning Surprise MinorDonald J Crocker 2.Philip J Morse 3.Matthew W Thewsey 4.Richard M Warwick 5.David J Crocker 6.Owen J Borlase (C) 50th quarter together: 2 & 6. First blows in the method: 3. Rung half muffled in memory of Jonathan Mansfield, M’Arch RIBA of Halton Quay House, St Dominick. RIP. Jonathan designed the glass tower screen at this Church
  7. Pillaton, St Odulph , 9 December 1280 Spliced Surprise Major (8m) (Std 8.) 1.Phil Morse 2.David Crocker 3.Matthew Thewsey 4.Richard Warwick 5.Robert Brown 6.Phil Dunn 7.Fergus Stracey 8.Donald Carter (C) 100th quarter: 3. Rung as an engagement compliment to Jen Freeman and Neil Williams.
  8. Callington, St Mary , 9 December 1282 Spliced Surprise Major (5m) (CYNRU) 1.Phil Morse 2.Anne Body 3.Donald Carter 4.Don Crocker 5.Matthew Thewsey 6.Phil Dunn 7.David Crocker 8.Fergus Stracey (C) Rung as a get well compliment to Joyce and Paul Pengelly.
  9. Pillaton, St Odulph , 12 December 1299 Grandsire DoublesKevin Edwards 2.Maire Warwick 3.Kim Sudell 4.Richard Warwick 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Ian Banbury 25th quarter together: 3 & 5. Rung open on the back six in affectionate memory of the late Ron Johns on the eve of his funeral.
  10. Kilkhampton, St James the Great , 19 December 1264 Plain Bob Major 1.Rob Corney 2.Ruth Reeves 3.Phil Morse 4.Debbie Spittle 5.John Insley 6.Peter Sharp 7.Martin Spittle 8.Phil Tremain (C) Remembering Jim Phillips, Cornishman & College Youth, whose mortal remains will be laid to rest in his native soil at St. Kea tomorrow. 1st quarter for Martin’s new hip!

 

 

  1. St Kea, All Hallows, 20 December 1260 Grandsire Triples Jane Hitchens 2.Canon Malcolm Bowers 3.Helen Hood 4.Mark Hood 5.Norman Mattingley 6.Neil Hitchens 7.Robert Perry (C) 8.Ian Self Rung by a Society band resident in Cornwall immediately before the burial in the churchyard of this church of the body of A James Phillips, a Past Master of the Society and a proud Cornishman. May he rest in peace and rise in glory.
  2. St Tudy, St Tudy, 22 December 1320 Cambridge Surprise MinorJane Hitchens 2.Debbie Spittle 3.Ruth Reeves 4.Graham Baskerville 5.Martin Spittle 6.Neil Hitchens (C) For Christmas
  3. St Teath, St Tetha, 22 December 1320 Cambridge Surprise MinorRuth Reeves 2.Jane Hitchens 3.Debbie Spittle 4.Graham Baskerville 5.Martin Spittle 6.Neil Hitchens (C) For Christmas
  4. Gulval, St Gulval , 23 December 1260 Doubles (3m) 1.Jane Hitchens 2.Carolyn Howell 3.Neil Hitchens 4.Sam Nankervis 5.Jonathan Young (C) To celebrate Christmas
  5. St Allen, St Alleyne , 26 December 1260 Shipping Forecast SinglesNathan Evans 2.Thomas J Hinks 3.David J Mattingley Jointly conducted. Rung for the feast of St Stephen.
  6. Gulval, St Gulval , 30 December 1280 Superlative Surprise MajorCarolyn Howell 2.Claire Sowden 3.Sam Nankervis (C) 4.Jane Hitchens 5.Ann-Marie Hopkins 6.Alastair Hopkins 7.Neil Hitchens 8.Chris Venn

 

  1. St Erme, St Hermes, 2 January 2017) 120Baptism Doubles Call ChangesEric Bannister (C) 2.Annette Bersey 3.Christine Iles 4.Sarah Tilley 5.Liza Deards 6.Terry White  First long call changes for Sarah.
  2. Gorran, St Goranus, 18 January 2017 120Call ChangesBob Tregunna 2.Juliet Thornton 3.Barbara Miles 4.Bob Thornton 5.Martin Lardner 6.David Ralls (C) Rung to mark the engagement of Peter Thornton (son of Bob and Juliet) and Claire Glancy on 13th January 2017 in Austria.
  3. St Dominic, St Dominica, 25 January 2017 120St Leonard’s Doubles Call ChangesJane Grimwood 2.George Roberts 3.Sue Weatherhead 4.Kevan Borlase 5.Owen Borlase (C) Rung open on the back 5 in memory of Andrew Reeves of Advent and Lanteglos-by-Camelford. RIP.
  4. Truro Cathedral, Blessed Virgin Mary, 14 February 2017 100Call ChangesRobert Perry 2.Valerie Williams 3.Nicky Moxon 4.Eric Bannister (C) 5.Nicki Carveth Rung in memory of Private William Henry Pearce, a ringer in this tower, who fell in action on 15 February 1917. May he rest in peace and rise in glory. Call changes were selected for this performance as this is almost certainly the type of ringing which would have taken place at the Cathedral prior to the First World War.
  5. St Erme, St Hermes, 20 February 2017 120Betjeman Doubles Call ChangesEric Bannister (C) 2.Peter Burton 3.Annette Bersey 4.Terry White 5.Liza Deards 6.Giles Smith
  6. St Erme, St Hermes, 27 February 2017 120Joyous Doubles Call ChangesEric Bannister (C) 2.Izzie Crawley 3.David Parry 4.Annette Bersey 5.Giles Smith 6.Terry White
  7. St Clement, St Clement, 1 March 2017 120Baptism Doubles Call ChangesEric Bannister (C) 2.Sarah Tilley 3.Philip White 4.Terry White 5.Giles Smith
  8. St Dominic, St Dominica, 8 March 2017 120Whyatt Doubles Call ChangesHilary Davis 2.George Roberts 3.Jane Grimwood 4.Sue Jones 5.Kevan Borlase 6.Owen Borlase (C) Rung by members of the local band to celebrate the recent birthday of Ron Johns (99), one of the oldest members of the Truro Diocesan Guild of Ringers.
  9. St Cleer, St Clarus, 8 March 2017 66Call ChangesRachel Johnson 2.Tracy Doney 3.Sally Daulton 4.Jenny Stott 5.Maggie Thompson 6.Kim Sudell (C) For international women’s day. First touch by an all ladies band at St Cleer in living memory.
  10. Werrington, St Martin of Tours, 10 March 2017 164A Bob Course of Plain Bob Triples in Call ChangesPhil Morse 2.Eric Bannister 3.Norman Cowling 4.Tracey Hillman 5.Richard Warwick 6.Kevan Borlase 7.Owen Borlase (C) 8.John Davis Rung to mark the retirement of Phil Tremain after over thirty years of dedicated service as Guild PRO.
  11. Stoke Climsland, All Saints, 10 March 2017 128Enhanced Roller Coaster Triples Call ChangesEric Bannister 2.Tracey Hillman 3.Terry Darke 4.Norman Cowling 5.Phil Morse 6.Richard Warwick 7.John Davis 8.Owen Borlase (C) Enhanced version rung for the first time.
  12. St Dominic, St Dominica, 10 March 2017) 120Betjeman Doubles Call ChangesTracey Hillman 2.Owen Borlase (C) 3.Terry Darke 4.Norman Cowling 5.Phil Morse 6.Kevan Borlase Rung to mark Kevan’s 50 years of ringing at St Dominic
  13. Pillaton, St Odulph, 10 March 2017 128Spliced Queen’s and Tittum’s Triples Call Changes  Phil Morse (C) 2.Eric Bannister 3.Norman Cowling 4.Kevan Borlase 5.Richard Warwick 6.Tracey Hillman 7.Owen Borlase 8.John Davis
  14. Launceston, St Mary Magdalene, 10 March 2017 146Brannel Mk2 Triples Call ChangesTracey Hillman 2.Phil Morse 3.Eric Bannister 4.Norman Cowling 5.Richard Warwick 6.John Davis 7.Owen Borlase (C) 8.Kevan Borlase

 

 

  1. Callington, St Mary, 10 March 2017136Spliced King’s and Queen’s Variation TriplesPhil Morse 2.John Davis 3.Terry Darke 4Tracey Hillman 5.Norman Cowling 6.Eric Bannister 7.Owen Borlase (C) 8.Kevan Borlase Arrangement rung for the first time.
  2. St Dominic, St Dominica, 22 March 2017 120Whyatt Doubles Call ChangesHilary Davis 2.Owen Borlase (C) 3.Sue Jones 4.Dave Bower 5.Kevan Borlase Rung on the back 5 in anticipation of Mothers Day.
  3. Redruth, St Euny, 25 March 2017 120Wedding Doubles Call ChangesNicky Shermon 2.Christine Iles 3.Charles Green 4.Clive Reynolds 5.Eric Bannister (C) 6.Matthew Ruddock Rung before the wedding of Rhema Tamara Wilson and Matthew Robert Pearman.
  4. St Columb Major, St Columba, 29 March 2017 500Call ChangesMatthew Rodliffe (C) 2.Jenny Brown 3.Celia Webber 4.Denise Tremain 5.Phil Tremain 6.Nick Brown 7.Barry Christopher 8.David Goodwin To celebrate Nick Brown’s 70th birthday.
  5. St Gluvias, St Gluvias, 5 April 2017 Chimehammer Doubles Call ChangesAngela Winter 2.Jason Butland 3.Eric Bannister (C) 4.Simon Brown 5.Nicky Shermon
  6. St Clement, St Clement, 19 April 2017 120Betjeman Doubles Call ChangesEric Bannister (C) 2.Lis Bashforth 3.Terry White 4.Philip White 5.Giles Smith
  7. Pillaton, St Odulph, 23 April 2017 146Brannel Mk2 Triples Call ChangesKerry Anstee 2.Sheila Bridle 3.Chris Wardle 4.Maire Warwick 5.John Wheeley 6.Richard Warwick 7.Owen Borlase (C) 8.Kevan Borlase Rung before Eucharist to mark St George’s Day.
  8. St Clement, St Clement, 30 April 2017 120Joyous Doubles Call ChangesEric Bannister (C) 2.Liza Deards 3.Lis Bashforth 4.Philip White 5.Terry White Rung before  Service.
  9. St Clement, St Clement, 10 May 2017 120Baptism Doubles Call ChangesEric Bannister (C) 2.Philip White 3.Liza Deards 4.Terry White 5.Giles Smith
  10. St Dominic, St Dominica, 14 May 2017 i120St Dominica’s 3rd Hunt Doubles Call ChangesRichard Warwick 2.Hilary Davis 3.Owen Borlase (C) 4.Sue Jones 5.Dave Bower 6.Kevan Borlase Rung before Service to mark the opening of the St Dominica Heritage Trail.
  11. St Gluvias, St Gluvias, 17 May 2017 120Betjeman Doubles Call ChangesEric Bannister (C) 2.Eloise Scarth 3.Jason Butland 4.Daniel Shermon 5.Simon Brown 6.Nicky Shermon Rung as a farewell to Eloise as she goes off to a new teaching job.
  12. Probus, SS Probus and Grace, 18 May 2017 120Joyous Doubles Call ChangesEric Bannister (C) 2.Giles Smith 3.Liza Deards 4.Amanda Kendall 5.Helen Pennells 6.Val Williams 50th Birthday compliments to Helen Pennells.
  13. St Erme, St Hermes, 27 May 2017 120Chimehammer Doubles Call ChangesIzzie Crawley 2.Annette Bersey 3.Eric Bannister (C) 4.Sarah Tilley 5.Liza Deards 6.Terry White Rung before the wedding of Peter Hayes and Emma Mitchell.
  14. Probus, SS Probus and Grace, 27 May 2017 120Betjeman Doubles Call ChangesEric Bannister (C) 2.Sharon Fitzgerald 3.Liza Deards 4.Amanda Kendall 5.Terry White 6.Renfree Stephens Rung before the wedding of Ian Ferguson and Samantha Payne.
  15. St Gluvias, St Gluvias, 3 June 2017 120Wedding Doubles Call ChangesDavid Parry 2.Angela Winter 3.Jason Butland 4.Simon Brown 5.Eric Bannister (C) 6.Michael Wycherly Rung before the wedding of Claire and John
  16. St Erme, St Hermes, 12 June 2017 120Epiphany Doubles Call ChangesPeter Burton 2.Eric Bannister (C) 3.Annette Bersey 4.Liza Deards 5.Terry White
  17. Probus, SS Probus and Grace, 15 June 2017 120Roll Up Doubles Call ChangesSarah Tilley 2.Sharon Fitzgerald 3.Liza Deards 4.Eric Bannister (C) 5.Peter Burton 6.Amanda Kendall Rung for BBC Music Day.

 

  1. St Michael Caerhays, St Michael and All Angels, 16 June 2017 240St Indract and Reverse St Indract Doubles Call Changes MixedJeff Britchford 2.Juliet Thornton 3.Bob Thornton 4.Sue Britchford 5.Eric Bannister (C) 6.Terry White Rung at St Michael Caerhays Flower Festival.
  2. St Erme, St Hermes, 25 June 2017 120I’ll Be Back Doubles Call ChangesEric Bannister (C) 2.Giles Smith 3.Sarah Tilley 4.Liza Deards 5.Terry White Rung before  Service and in memory of Beryl Ward, friend of Liza Deards.
  3. Pillaton, St Odulph, 25 June 2017 120Rollup Doubles Call ChangesSheila Bridle 2.Terry Darke 3.John Wheeley 4.Chris Wardle 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Kevan Borlase Rung on bells 1, 3-6 & 8 before Eucharist to mark the recent birthday of Anne Body.
  4. St Clement, St Clement, 19 July 2017 120Whyatt Doubles Call ChangesGiles Smith 2.Eric Bannister (C) 3.Terry White 4.Philip White 5.Lis Bashforth
  5. St Dominic, St Dominica, 28 July 2017 128Queen’s Minor Call ChangesTracey Hillman 2.Kim Sudell 3.John Lagdon 4.Norman Cowling 5.Phil Morse 6.Owen Borlase (C)
  6. Pillaton, St Odulph, 28 July 2017 136Spliced King’s and Queen’s Variation Triples Call ChangesTracey Hillman 2.Kim Sudell 3.Norman Cowling 4.Joyce Pengelly 5.John Lagdon 6.Richard Warwick 7.Owen Borlase (C) 8.Phil Morse
  7. Callington, St Mary, 28 July 2017 146Branel Mk2 Triples Call ChangesPhil Morse 2.Tracey Hillman 3.Kim Sudell 4.Norman Cowling 5.Joyce Pengelly 6.John Lagdon 7.Owen Borlase (C) 8.Richard Warwick With many thanks to Joyce for ringing at short notice
  8. Botus Fleming, St Mary, 28 July 2017 120Chimehammer Doubles Call ChangesPhil Morse 2.Norman Cowling 3.Tracey Hillman 4.Richard Warwick 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.John Lagdon Rung as a get well to Kevan Borlase who was meant to be ringing today.
  9. Tuckingmill, All Saints, 29 July 2017 120Rosedale 3rd Hunt Doubles Call ChangesAnita Hoskin 2.Chris Neil 3.Eric Bannister (C) 4.David Thomas 5.Clive Reynolds 6.John Anstee
  10. St Clement, St Clement, 30 July 2017 120Epiphany Doubles Call ChangesPeter Burton 2.Eric Bannister (C) 3.Philip White 4.Lis Bashforth 5.Liza Deards 6.Terry White Rung before  Morning Service.
  • St Stephens by Saltash, St Stephen, 12 August 120Whyatt Doubles Call Changes Phil Morse 2.Tracey Hillman 3.Norman Cowling 4.Eric Bannister 5.Owen Borlase(C) 6.Kevan Borlase
  • Pillaton, St Odulph, 13 August 146Brannel Mk2 Triples Call Changes Kerry Anstee 2.Sheila Bridle 3.Maire Warwick 4.Chris Wardle 5.Kevin Edwards 6.Richard Warwick 7.Owen Borlase(C) 8.John Wheeley. Rung before Eucharist.
  • St Clement, St Clement, 16 August120Whyatt Doubles Call Changes Peter Burton 2.Eric Bannister (C) 3.Lis Bashforth 4.Terry White 5.Giles Smith
  • St Erme, St Hermes, 21 August 100Roll Up Double Call Changes Truncated Annette Bersey 2.Peter Burton 3.Terry White 4.Eric Bannister (C) 5.Liza Deards 6.Giles Smith. Rung for the fiftieth birthday, Sunday, of Suzannah Reid (Probus ringer) and her twin sister Victoria Johns.
  • Redruth, St Euny, 1 September 120Wedding Doubles Call Changes Jim Hoskin 2.Val Williams 3.Clive Reynolds 4.Terry White 5.Eric Bannister (C) Rung before the wedding of Penelope Loxton and Christopher Bray.
  • Probus, SS Probus and Grace, 3 September120Wedding Doubles Call Changes Peter Burton 2.Liza Deards 3.Val Williams 4.Terry White 5.Eric Bannister (C). Rung before a Sunday afternoon wedding.
  • Pillaton, St Odulph, 12 September 120Whyatt Doubles Call Changes

1.Sheila Bridle 2.Kim Sudell 3.Ian Banbury 4.Kevin Edwards 5.Kevan Borlase 6.Owen Borlase (C) Rung on bells 1, 3-6 & 8 to mark the recent birthday of Sheila.

  • St Clement, St Clement, 20 September 120St Indract Doubles Call Changes Peter Burton 2.Terry White 3.Lis Bashforth 4.Giles Smith 5.Eric Bannister (C)
  • St Erme, St Hermes, 2 October 120Fifth Hunt Doubles Call Changes

1.Annette Bersey 2.Peter Burton 3.Terry White 4.Liza Deards 5.Eric Bannister (C)

  • St Clement, St Clement, 4 October120Epiphany Doubles Call Changes Peter Burton 2.Eric Bannister (C) 3.Philip White 4.Terry White 5.Giles Smith
  • St Erme, St Hermes, 9 October 120Whyatt Doubles Call Changes Annette Bersey 2.Eric Bannister (C) 3.Liza Deards 4.Carolyn Elliot 5.David Parry 6.Terry White
  • St Erme, St Hermes, 16 October 238Spliced Peal No 1 and St Leonard’s Call Changes Peter Burton 2.Annette Bersey 3.David Parry 4.Carolyn Elliot 5.Eric Bannister (C) 6.Terry White. Rung for quarter peal week.
  • Poundstock, St Winwaloe, 17 October 2017 204Call Changes

Devon Peal, Whittingtons, Queens, Preston Guild, Seesaw, Run to the Back (incl. tenor). 1.Hilary Kenny (C) 2.Liz Jones 3.Barry Smith 4.Graham Jones 5.Dudley Moore 6.Brian Marshall. rung for the Guild 1/4 peal/call change week

  • Pillaton, St Odulph, 17 October 210A Plain Course of Grandsire Triples in Call Changes Sheila Bridle 2.Kevin Edwards 3.Terry Darke 4.Ian Banbury 5.John Wheeley 6.Tracey Hillman 7.Owen Borlase(C) 8.Kim Sudell. Rung for TDGR Quarter Peal Week.
  • St Gluvias, St Gluvias, 18 October 240St Indract and Reverse St Indract Doubles Call Changes Mixed David Parry 2.Jason Butland 3.Rosie Walker 4.Simon Brown 5.Eric Bannister (C) 6.Nicky Shermon. Rung for quarter peal week
  • St Budock, St Budocus, 18 October A Plain Course of Grandsire Triples in Call ChangesLucy Thompson (C) 2.Doreen Robbins 3.Rosemary Warner 4.Lorna Crewes 5.Annie Holland 6.Daniel Sherman 7.Gill Quilter 8.Angela Winter. Rung for Guild Quarter peal/Call Change week and to congratulate and thank Angela for 50 years ringing and Yvonne Hepplewhite for 30 years.
  • Menheniot, St Lalluwy and St Antoninus, 18 October 238Spliced Reverse Peal No 1 and St Indract Doubles Call Changes Richard Warwick 2.Sarah Bradbeer 3.Kim Sudell 4.Bryan Bradbeer 5.Owen Borlase (C) 6.Robert Brown. First Call Change Peal at first attempt: 2, 4. Rung for TDGR Quarter Peal Week.
  • Callington, St Mary, 18 October A Plain Course of Grandsire Triples in Call Changes Phil Morse(C) 2.Carol Morse 3.Colin Perry 4.Anne Body 5.Joyce Pengelly 6.Dave Hussey 7.John Blatchford 8.Paul Pengelly. For TDGR Quarter Peal Week.
  • Budock, St Budoc, 21 October 210A Plain Course of Grandsire Triples in Call Changes Lucy Thompson (C) 2.Doreen Robbins 3.Rosemary Warner 4.Phil Clemoes 5.Yvonne Hepplewhite 6.Gill Quilter 7.Angela Winter 8.Bridget Clemoes. First quarter for Phil Clemoes.Rung in celebration of Yvonne Hepplewhite’s long service award for thirty years as a bell ringer and to congratulate bell ringer Val Miller, and her husband Dave, on the occasion of their golden wedding anniversary.
  • Gwennap, St Weneppa, 22 October Ron’s Call Changes Julie Pearce 2.Martin Spittle (C) 3.Sue Martyn 4.Geoff Codling 5.John Pearce 6.Debbie Spittle. For TDGR quarter peal week.
  • St Clement, St Clement 5 November 120I’ll Be Back Doubles Call Changes Eric Bannister (C) 2.Peter Burton 3.Liza Deards 4.Lis Bashforth 5.Terry White 6.Philip White. Rung before morning service.
  • St Erme, St Hermes, 6 November120Swing Low Doubles Call Changes Peter Burton 2.David Parry 3.Annette Bersey 4.Eric Bannister (C) 5.Terry White
  • Probus, SS Probus and Grace, 7 November 120Reverse St Indract Doubles Call Changes Peter Burton 2.Val Williams 3.Liza Deards 4.Amanda Kendall 5.Eric Bannister (C) 6.Teresa Brown. Rung before Andrew Wade’s farewell “Do”. Thirty one years in the job!
  • St Columb Major, St Columba, 8 November 500Call Changes Matthew Rodliffe (C) 2.Celia Webber 3.Phil Tremain 4.Alan Rodliffe 5.Barry Christopher 6.Carol Syms 7.David Goodwin 8.Nick Brown

Rung as a 50th birthday compliment to the Rector of St Columb, Rev. Helen Baber.

  • Gorran, St Goranus, 11 November,Call Changes Bobby Tregunna 3.Barbara Miles 4.Juliet Thornton 5.Sue Britchford 6.Christina Dunbabin 7.Jeff Britchford 8.Cliff Dunbabin 9.Bob Thornton 10.David Ralls (C)

Rung prior to the Licensing and installation of Revd Ann Charlton as Priest in charge of St Goran and St Michael Caerhays.

  • St Gluvias, St Gluvias, 15 November 120Betjeman Doubles Call Changes Eric Bannister (C) 2.David Parry 3.Jason Butland 4.Rosie Walker 5.Nicky Shermon 6.Simon Brown
  • Probus, SS Probus and Grace, 16 November 120 Reverse St Indract Doubles Call Changes Peter Burton 2.Sue Britchford 3.Liza Deards 4.Terry White 5.Eric Bannister (C) 6.Jeff Britchford
  • Probus, SS Probus and Grace, 16 November 120Fifth Hunt Doubles Call Changes Peter Burton 2.Sue Britchford 3.Liza Deards 4.Terry White 5.Eric Bannister (C) 6.Jeff Britchford
  • Stithians, St Stedyana, 20 November 1260 Call Changes Julie Pearce

2.Margaret Ho Sang 3.Christine Iles 4.Mike Cockram 5.Dai Barnes 6.John Pearce (C). Rang in honour of HM Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip 70th Platinum Wedding Anniversary

  • St Stephen in Brannel, St Stephen, 20 November 70 Call Changes

1.Renfree Stephens 2.Ann Serpel 3.Sue Britchford 4.Anne Greenwood 5.Alan Wynn 6.Alec Bawden. Rung in celebration of the Platinum Anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II and HRH Prince Philip.

  • St Gluvias, St Gluvias, 20 November Call Changes Mike Wycherley (C) 2.David Parry 3.Nicky Sherman 4.Rosie Walker 5.Ian Self

 

 

 

  • St Erme, St Hermes, 20 November 70Call Changes Eric Bannister (C)

2.Peter Burton 3.Annette Bersey 4.Giles Smith 5.Terry White.Rung to celebrate the platinum wedding anniversary of HM Queen Elizabeth II and HRH Prince Philip

  • Mawnan, St Mawnan, 20 November, Rounds Plain Hunt Grandsire Nalda Grimmer 2.Tony Grimmer (C) 3.Lizzie Hoskins 4.Owen Cullwick 5.Hazel Stevens 6.Brian Hoskins. For the Queen’s Platinum Wedding Anniversary
  • St Columb Major, St Columba, 6 December,500Call Changes Matthew Rodliffe (C) 2.Jenny Brown 3.Celia Webber 4.Tamsin Nash 5.Barry Christopher 6.Nick Brown 7.David Goodwin 8.Steve Syms

To celebrate Jenny Brown’s 70th birthday.

  • St Clement, St Clement, 6 December120Eve Doubles Call Changes Peter Burton 2.Philip White 3.Liza Deards 4.Terry White 5.Eric Bannister (C). Rung for Jane Williams, passed away today and godmother of 3.
  • St Erme, St Hermes, 10 December 120Roll Up Doubles Call Changes

1.Annette Bersey 2.Liza Deards 3.Sarah Tilley 4.Eric Bannister (C) 5.Terry White. Rung before Sunday service.

  • St Clement, St Clement, 10 December120Betjeman’s Doubles Call Changes Eric Bannister (C) 2.Terry White 3.Sarah Tilley 4.Lis Bashforth 5.Liza Deards 6.Philip White. Rung before Sunday Service.
  • St Clement, St Clement, 13 December 120Advent Doubles Call Changes 1,Terry White 2.Philip White 3.Liza Deards 4.Lis Bashforth 5.Eric Bannister (C)