[r-t] [Re] Avon Extensions

Alan Reading alan.reading at googlemail.com
Sun Jun 2 11:57:19 BST 2019

The method that Andrew gave is the same as the version that Adam mentions
I was pretty sure it was anyway but was actually able to dig out an email
from 2010 confirming this!
It does seem like the most logical and most beautiful way of creating an
Avon like method on 16.

On Saturday, 1 June 2019, Adam Brady <www.adambrady at gmail.com> wrote:

> I believe this extension of Avon was included in a Rod Pipe composition of
> Spliced Sixteen which was attempted a couple of times in Birmingham in
> about 2010, so it has been rung but not named.  I'm not sure how far any of
> those attempts went though.
> On Sat, 1 Jun 2019, 20:06 Graham John, <graham at changeringing.co.uk> wrote:
>> Andrew Rawlinson wrote (back in March - I never got the message for some
>> reason)
>> > Does anyone know if there has been a taste for Avon Delight on higher
>> numbers?
>> > Has it been rung before and I just can't find it? I was having a little
>> play today and
>> > discovered that it does extend quite nicely to sixteen (assuming this
>> does qualify
>> > as a natural extension - such rules aren't really my area...).
>> >
>> > Avon Delight Sixteen:
>> > &-5-4.5-5.3B.4-7B.1.36-9.3B.8-EB.1.30-A.3B.T-T.A-T-1,1
>> No Avon hasn't been rung on higher numbers. This is a 3EFGH/3FGHI
>> extension that works at alternate stages and looks very good. There
>> are other possibilities though, some which work at stage 14 as well.
>> They can be seen under 'Related Methods' at
>> https://complib.org/method/25882.
>> Regards,
>> Graham
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