Peal rung at Bromham Wilts.

Dennis Powney dennis.powney at l...
Sun Mar 16 20:37:27 GMT 2003

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Please can anyone tell me where the ringers of the below peal came from? T=
hey are not local.

I read in the R.W. that a Mr Bray recently rang a bell on his 100th birthda=
y, was he one of the band, I wonder?

Thanks, Dennis Powney, Bromham Wilts.

(4) S.D.G.R. On Saturday July 28th 1956 in 2 hours and 56 minutes, a peal o=
f 5040 changes of Doubles, Twelve extents of Plain Bob and thirty extents o=
f Grandsire.

Percy Bray, Treble.=20

Mrs R.E.C. Smith, Second.=20

Michael R. Rose, Third.

W. John Phippen, Fourth.=20

Ernest E. Bray, conductor, Fifth.=20

Ronald E.C.Smith, Tenor.

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