Ringing World Index 2010


Buswell, Alan (contrib): 2009 QP report and analysis 291

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Buswell, Alan (contrib): 2009 QP report and analysis 291; 'A mini and mobile quarter peal report' 364; Gillett & Johnston, database 1275

Butcher, Eleanor (contrib) (aged 12) 698

Butler, Beverley & Chris (USA): in S Yorks 1035–1036

Butler, Bill, 80th birthday 770

Butler, Jenny (contrib) 1175

Butters, Bert (obit) 714, 724

Butterwick, Lincs: Lincolnshire Day 1096

BWDACR see Bath & Wells DA

Byrd, William (composer): The Bells 290 (let), 291 (let), 363 (let), 1256

Byrne, Liz & Frank, Ruby Wedding 24

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Caledonian Market Tower, Islington, Gr London 181

Call Change Collection: website 268

call changes: 23rd Annual Call-Change Comp (Griston 5 Bell Plate) 776; Cornwall 379; Devon & Cornwall 873; John Scott Devon 10-bell Call Change 218; Whiting Society see main entry

Cambridge Chimes 187

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal 116

Cambridge Minor to Maximus: simultaneous peals 511

Cambridge Surprise Major (composition) 759, 864

Cambridge Surprise Royal (composition) 173

Cambridge University: ringers remembered 1127–1128

800th anniv: peals rung 41, 83 (Ed), 88

Gt St Mary's 661, 664; "... the frame" 1261–1263

Cambridge University Guild (CUGCR): 'New use for an old ringing room' 634; peal and QP week 1232

Cambridge Youths, Society of: Dinner 60–61, 70

Cambridgeshire: tours 64

Camp, John (contrib) 860 (see also 'From the E-Lists' (FTEL)); guest speaker 164–165; mystery photo 32 (ans); thanks to 114 (let)

Campanalogia (1677 Stedman) 490, 638 (let), 1293


Campanalogia (1680 Stedman) 491, 638 (let)

Campanalogia (1816 Shipway) 1111

Campanalogia Improved (1702 Stedman) 491, 1293–1299; list of editions 1299 (tab)

campaniles (see also mini-rings): Millcroft 805; Willoughby 877



Campanology: (1896 to 1897) (CD) 544

Campanophile (website): Campanophile Limited 344; methods names, recording 494 (let); peal performances, recording 114 (let); publishing peals 735

Campbell, Ian G: 4000 peals 1159

Campsea Ashe, Suff: Jacob's ladder 1195

Canada 40 (see also North American Guild); handbells 710 (let), 732–733 (let); Toronto, Cath of St James 166; Trivett Memorial church, Exeter, Ontario 1267

Cannon, Pat, remembered 188 (let); Wilton, Wilts 14

canons: Doncaster pattern 86 (let)

Canterbury, Archbishop of (Williams, Rowan): Swansea, Freedom of the City 832

Canterbury Journal (1770) 1297

Cantus in Memoriam Benjamin Britten (music) (Part) 187

car number plates: 'RINGERS' 212

Carbrooke, Norf: Griston 5 Bell Plate, winners 776

Carillon and Bell Museum: Tellin, Belgium 1263 (let)



Carillon de Westminster (music) 187

Carillon Sortie (music) 290 (let)

carillonneurs: Latour, Patrice 37; Lesecq, Alfred 37; Ridgeway-Wood, John 142 (let); Zwart, Boudewijn 1037

carillons: Dunkerque, France 37; electronic 185; France 833–834; Glandford, Norf (hymns) 863 (let); Meikle, John (17C) 881–884; RW articles 142 (let); Scotland's first 881–884

Carlisle DG: annual Striking Comp 811; dinner 107, 1198; first handbell peal 643; Young Ringer's Award 565

carols, Sheffield tradition 112

Carr, Ann (Tideswell): in charge of ringing, retires 379

Carr, Eleanor (artist): bell painted on glass, York Minster 233, 260, 283 (clarification)

Carr, John (author): A Narrative of various peals in change ringing and Interesting Cricket Matches 934 (let)

Carshalton, Gr Lon: new frame, 30th anniv 1313

Carter Ringing Machine Coll: 2008 Report 440, 629; 2009 Report 461, 615, 939

cartoonists see 'H'; 'NASH'; Walker, Dave

cartoons: '.... and yet again! Original first published 2/7/2004' 704; 'A likely e.r.t.t.?' 316; 'Auditory Alice' 467; christmas card for bellringers 1032 (ad); 'C'mon sort yourselves out .... You can't phone a friend here' 782; 'Don't be a Tentative Tobias' 987; 'I can't bear being shouted at' 782; 'I wish I could practise at home on my own' 888; 'Kinaesthetic Kim' 467; Learning... Part 1 782; 'Long draughts really terrify me' 888; 'Most children are fearless' 663; 'Nervous Nancy' 664; 'No need to become Johnny Joker' 988; 'ooooh, I see she's still ringing peals with wot's is name then ..' 441 (ad); ROAD SHOW YES! 265; 'THE BELL-RINGERS' 827; 'The Sight of Gentle Maiden Deftly Handling of a Rope' 214; 'To teach is to learn twice' 315; 'Visual Victor' 467

Carvell, Ernie: 80th birthday 94

Cater, Julia: 30th anniv of 1st peal 93

Caters (9 bell ringing) (see also methods named): Grandsire 650

Cathedrals in the British Isles, all rung: Dodd, Geoff 340

Caton, Alison: 40th birthday 232

Cattermole, Paul: remembered 143 (let), 570



Cavalleria Rusticana 187

CCC see Council for the Care of Churches

CCCBR see Central Council (CCCBR)

CDG see Chester DG

CDs (see also DVDs): Bells in the Organ - Popular Carillons for the Organ 36–37; Changeringing on Handbells 77, 79; Listen To Ringing Live! 534; National 12-Bell Striking Contest 2010 710 (let)

Central Council (CCCBR): AGM 2011 (Hereford) 616; AGM 2012 (Chester) 75, 260; Christmas message from the Central Council President 1253; Heywood, Arthur Percival 313–314, 362 (let); member requirements in the 21st cent 587 (Ed); membership 937; (Millennium Grants) Ltd 685; Olympics 2012 (London), funding award 1221–1222, 1223 (Ed); register of interests 446; role 539 (Ed); "Scary" ringers 909 (let); synthetic bells 855; 'Thinking the unthinkable' 1127 (Ed), 1131–1132, 1178 (let); vacancies 589 (let), 627 (let)

AGM 2010 (Derby) 79 (ad); Supplement 433–464; Accounts for 2008 438; Accounts for 2009 442–445, 614, 937; Agenda 2010 434–436; Annual Report 2008 438; Annual Report 2009 442–463, 937; Minutes 2008 437–438; Minutes 2009 (2nd Session) 437–441, 937; Minutes 2010 (3rd session) 936–940; Motions 2010 614, 937–938; peals rung for 613, 621; RW summaries 537–538, 563 (Ed), 612–616, 629; Welcome to Derby 539

Additional Members 614 (see also Honorary Members)

Bell Restoration Fund (CCBRF) 442, 461, 515, 638 (let), 776, 1124

Carter Ringing Machine Collection: 2008 Report 440; 2009 Report 461, 615, 939

Committees see main entry

Dove Database (see also Dove's Guide): 2008 Report 441; 2009 Report 462, 940

external meetings: English Heritage and Church Buildings Council 446, 681–683, 733–734 (let), 759 (let), 898–899, 1223

future meetings 441, 940

Honorary Members: Rule 6 amendment 438–439, 446, 563 (Ed), 614, 937

Librarian: successor 446

Rescue Fund for Redundant Bells: 2008 Report 441; 2009 Report 463, 940; Keltek Trust information exchange 164

Ringing Foundation Ltd see main entry

Rolls of Honour: 2008 Report 440–441; 2009 Report 462, 615–616, 939–940; Afghanistan war 440; new Memorial book 631, 1129

Stewards' Reports see Carter Ringing Machine Collection; Dove Database; Rolls of Honour

Central Council Committees: name changes 438; conflicts of interest 446

Administrative Committee: 2008 Report 439; 2009 Report 446, 938

Bell Restoration Committee (see also Bell Restoration Fund; Fred Dukes International Bell Fund): 2008 Report 440; 2009 Report 460–461, 939; bell restoration information for newsletters 519 (let); fund raising support 640

Biographies Committee: 2008 Report 439; 2009 Report 446–447, 938; Rule 15(ii) amendment 438

Compositions Committee (formerly Peal Compositions Committee); 2009 Report 447, 938; remit 438

Education Committee see main entry

Information & Communications Technology: 2008 Report 439–440; 2009 Report 448–449, 938

Library Committee: 2008 Report 440; 2009 Report 442, 446, 449, 615, 938; "Bells Books and Bindings" event 141; CDs and DVDs 544; Librarian successor 446; Obituary Index 449

Methods Committee: 2008 Report 440; 2009 Report 449, 614, 938; meetings 1194; RW Diary 449

Peal Compositions Committee: 25 years ago 331; 2008 Report 440; renamed 'Compositions Committee' 438

Peal Records Committee (see also 'Point from Peals'): 2008 Report 440; 2009 Report 450–453, 615, 938

Public Relations Committee see main entry

Publications Committee: 2008 Report 440; 2009 Report 455–456, 615; list 763

Redundant Bells Committee: 2008 Report 440; 2009 Report 455–456, 939

Ringing Centres Committee: 2008 Report 440; 2009 Report 457, 615, 939; the future of ringing 731

Ringing Trends Committee see main entry

Tower Stewardship Committee: 2008 Report 439; 2009 Report 460, 615, 939; CRB checks 439 (see also main entry)

Towers and Belfries Committee: 2008 Report 440; 2009 Report 459–460, 615, 939

Central Council for the Care of Churches (CCCC) see Church Buildings Council (CBC)

Central European Association (CEACR) 1083; AGM 2010 636; International Report 454; mini-ring, 2 new trebles 395

ceramic bells 155

Chamberlain, Revd Russell: welcome to 563 (Ed)

Chambers, Frank (obit) 952

Chancellor, ringing 214 (let)

'change-ringers' e-list 860

change-ringing: 'What is change-ringing and how does it work?' 1254–1255



Changeringing on Handbells (CD) 77, 79

Changes on Resonet in Laudibus (Bryan) 1256

Channel Islands (see also Alderney; Guernsey; Jersey): tours 804, 837

Channel Islands District (CID) see Winchester & Portsmouth Guild

Chaplin, George: 90th birthday 632, 640 (let); RW supporter 56

Chapman, Jean (author): The Bellmakers 1253

Charleston, South Carolina, USA: ASCY 573

Charlton Adam, Som: St George's Day 520

Charlton Mackrell, Som: St George's Day 520

Charmborough Ring 1055 (Ed) (see also mobile towers); CRISP (Charmborough Ring in Schools Project) 1053–1055; Mid Devon Show 853–854; Thames Festival River Parade 1032

Charwelton, Northants: treble bell and frame 162

Chatteris, Cambs: centenaries 1104–1105; information request 188 (let); peal board 1104

Chedgzoy, Jon (contrib) 232

Chelsfield, Gr Lon: three bells dedicated 1202

Cherington, Warks: first peal since augm 641

Cheriton, Kent: quarter peals 555

Cherry, Mr and Mrs Paul: bell sponsors 1248

Cheshire: outing to 102; tours 565

Cheshire ringers: Somerset tour (1948) 361, 415 (let), 469 (let), 494 (let), 518–519 (let), 543 (let)

Chester Cathedral: Masters, band of 1046

Chester DG (CDG)

Guild: 6-bell striking competition 730; AGM 2010 1097–1098; Central Council Meeting 2012 75, 260; e-list activity recalled 859; ringers remembered 1125, 1128

Chester Branch: QP day 402; QP fortnight 897

East Cheshire Branch: QP festival 554

Mid Cheshire Branch: QP fortnight 303

Chesworth, Pte William EK, remembered 1125

Chilcott, Eileen (obit) 330

Child Protection & Bell Ringing: activites requiring CRB check and ISA registration 517 (tab); activities NOT requiring checks or registration 517 (centre box); key action points 812 (yellow box)

Child Protection, 2006 Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act (see also CRB; ISA registration; Vetting and Barring Scheme): 2008 Report 439; Church of England see main entry; Essex Association (EACR) rule change see main entry; Government review 611 (Ed), 635 (Ed); Hereford DG 627 (let); and photographs 238 (let), 265 (let); 'Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults...' 460; website 460

Child Protection Officers 518

Child Protection, Scotland 518, 1084 (let), 1119, 1129

Child Sex Offender Disclosure Scheme ("Sarah's Law") 688 (let), 758 (let)

children: learning to ring 663

Chile, miners trapped: QPs rung to celebrate rescue 1143

Chiltern Mid-Week Group: quarter peals 178, 401

Chilton, Pte Archibald, remembered 1126, 1127

chime barrels: Hook Norton, Oxon 815 (let), 839 (let), 863 (let), 961 (let)

chimes: Cambridge 187; ‘English chimes in Canada’ 1267; Portsmouth Guildhall 836, 837; St Michael's Mount, Cornwall 388, 389; Westminster 187

chiming 470

chiming system: St Michael's Mount, Cornwall 388, 389

choral composing: ringing motifs 1256

Christchurch Cathedral, New Zealand: earthquake 927, 956, 1001

Christmas

2009: 'Puzzles & competitions' 144 (ans)

2010: Christmas Day Bells 1243; message from the Central Council President 1253; 'Puzzles & competitions' 1288–1289; 'Thought for the week' 1219, 1291

Christmas stamps 38 (let), 86 (let)

Church, calling people to (see also Mothering Sunday peals; 'Thought for the Week'): Thatcham, Berks 50


Church Bells of England (1912) 86 (let)

Church Bells of Gloucestershire 108

Church Bells of Lancashire (Cheetham) 953

Church Bells of Oxfordshire (Sharpe) 839 (let)

Church Bells of Yorkshire: Diocese of York, the North Riding 208

Church Buildings Council (CBC) formerly Central Council for the Care of Churches (CCCC); Code of Conduct for the repair of bells and bellframes 683; Conservation and Repair of Bells and Bell Frames 262, 263; meetings with CCCBR and English Heritage 446, 681–683, 733–734 (let), 759 (let), 898–899, 1223; policy, new 899

Church Commission: redundant bells policy 456

Church Lawford, Warks (The Plantaganet Ring): 12 bell true combinations 1095

Church of England: Biodiversity, International Year of, 2010 835, 886 (let); CRB checks 517, 627 (let), 639 (let), 688 (let); Vetting and Barring Scheme 517–518, 627 (let), 635, 635 (Ed), 639 (let), 710 (let), 758 (let)

The Church Times 827 (cartoon)

Churchcare Trust 981

churches: first to reach 2000 peals 777–778, 826 (corr); multiple usage 211 (Ed)

Churches Conservation Trust: Avon Dassett, Warks 328; Government review 755 (Ed); Imber, Wilts 929–930, 1284, 1285; and redundant bells 456

CID (Channel Islands District) see Winchester & Portsmouth Guild

Cinques (11 bells) see methods named

Circle Line, handbell ringing 105, 143 (let)

'city of dreaming spires' 188 (let)

City of London see London, City of

Clapham, N Yorks: augmentation 162



Clapper (NAGCR) see 'From Across the Pond'

clappers: Beverley accident (1985) 1123

Clark, Leonard (author): Mr Pettigrew and the Bellringers 1253

claviers: Gillett & Johnston 232

Clavis Lodge (freemasons) 33–35

Clemence, David (obit) 1144

Clements, Michael G: 1000 peals 475, 499

clergy, relations with ringers 1227–1228 (see also 'Thought for the Week')

Clewett, Valerie (obit) 582

climate change: Climate Action Day 31; Climate Action Day peals 32, 42

clock bells see Big Ben; chimes

clockmakers: Benson, JW (19C clockmaker) 836, 837

clocks: auto winding mechanisms 688 (let); automatic pendulum regulators 1083 (let); Caledonian Market Tower, Islington, Gr Lon 181; clock face with two XIs 57; Kingston upon Hull Guildhall 656; Morpeth Clock Tower 385–387; Portsmouth Guildhall 836

clothes: advice on what to wear when ringing (19C) 471

clothes pegs 832

Clouston, Ranald, WM (author): Church Bells of Yorkshire: Diocese of York, the North Riding 208

Clyde Surprise Royal 173

Clyro, Powys, Wales: Henry Williams' bells 266

'C.M': Campanalogia Improved 1293


Code of Conduct for the repair of bells and bellframes (Church Buildings Council) 683

Coleman, Murray A (composer) 241

Coleman, Steve (contrib) see 'Ringing and Money'; 'The Sight of Gentle Maiden Deftly Handling of a Rope'

Coles, CT (Tom) (19C Middx) 38 (let)

Coles, Lynda (contrib) 832, 910 (let)

Collection of Doubles Methods 440, 449

A Collection of Surprise Compositions (Wratten) 963–964

College Youths, Ancient Society of (ASCY): 20160 Spliced S Royal in 56 methods 333–335; Anniv Dinner, 373rd 1175–1177, 1184; Annual Dinner (1985) 1171; Australian Master elected 1150, 1155 (let), 1172; Child Protection Policy 211 (Ed), 231; Country Meeting 1059–1060, 1064; Dagenham, Essex 1282; Georgia and South Carolina 573; London 12-Bell Striking Contest 2010, winners 1152–1153; Minor to Maximus in a day 344; Past Masters celebrate at St Magnus 320; peal weekend 2010 1039; 'Ringers Ballad 1732' 908; UK11 704

A College Youths’ tower 1264

Colley, Edward W (obit) 726

Colley, Nan (obit) 854

Colliss, John P: 2000 peals 35, 45

Colyton, Devon: outing to 698

'Comment' (see also debates): 'The future of ringing' 731, 781 (let), 815 (let), 838–839 (let), 886 (let)

competitions see 'Puzzle Corner': art, RW Centenary 1320

competitions, striking (see also London 12-bell Striking Contest; National 12-Bell Striking Contest; Ringing World National Youth Contest): Arthur Ashby cup (Derby) 636–637; Bath & Wells, 8-bell 1009; Carlisle DG 811; Crawford Cup (Southwell & Notts) 637; Daventry branch 5-bell 789; Derby DA 636–637; Derrick, Len Derrick Trophy (Bath & Wells) 1009; Ely DA, inter-district 579, 607 (corr); Essex Trophy 1167; Griston 5 Bell Plate, Norf 776; Hereford District 1144; Horsely cup (Derby) 636–637; John Scott Devon 10-bell Call Change 218; North Worcestershire Bells 353; Northern Universities Association (NUA) 190–192; Oxford DG, 8-bell 605; Ridgman Trophy 661, 664; Roses Striking Competition 1100; Southwell & Nottingham Guild 637; Taunton Branch, 6-bell 358; Tewkesbury Shield 2010 472 (tab), 732, 736; All Wales ringing competition 1052; White Rose Shield (YACR 12 bell) 1056; Whitechapel Trophy see London 12-bell Striking Contest; Yorkshire Association inter-branch 563

complaints: noise pollution 855, 863 (let); Post Office 781 (let)

composers: Allton, Richard 759; Angrave, Richard J 241, 496, 864; Austin, Oliver M 496, 864; Austin, Sam 759; Baldwin, Roger 864; Bradshaw, Graham M 173, 241 (corr), 496, 864; Brady, Daniel 173, 759; Brown, Robert DS 173, 241, 496, 864; Coleman, Murray A 241; Constant, Benjamin D 496, 864; Cornock, John 173; Cox, Anthony J 241 (corr); Fielden, John H 173; Flavell, Paul 568, 759; Holdsworth, James 759; Horton, Roderick R 496; Jones, Daniel 864; Lawson, Don 759; Lawson, Donald G 496; Mason, Paul M 241, 496; Morrison, Donald F 173, 864; Pullin, Richard B 173, 241, 864; Saddleton, Philip AB 496; Sheppard, Peter WJ 864

composers, ladies: 'Come on Ladies!' 637

'Composing a 40320 of Grandsire Major' 651, 710 (let)

composition authorship 447

compositions: Alloa Surprise Major 759; Amersham Delight Major 241; Bristol Surprise Major 241, 496, 568, 759; Cambridge Surprise Major 759, 864; Cambridge Surprise Royal 173; Cree Delight Major 241; Cyclic 121; Delight Major 241, 290 (let); Dingley Delight Major 241; Ealing Surprise Major 496; Glasgow Surprise Major 568; Golden Delight Major 241; Greybury Surprise Major 496; Imogen Delight Major 241; Jersey Delight Major 241; Keele University Delight Major 241; Lessness Surprise Major 496; Lincolnshire Surprise Major 864; Londinium Delight Major 241; London Surprise Major 496, 568, 759; No Hope Delight Major 241; Norfolk Surprise Major 496; Old Spot Delight Major 241; Pudsey Surprise Major 568, 759, 864; Quorn Delight Major 241; Rhodium Surprise Major 759; Ruthenium Surprise Major 496; Rutland Surprise Major 568, 759, 864; Spliced 121; Stedman collection 2009 447; Superlative Surprise Major 496, 568, 864; Surprise Major methods 864; Surprise Royal 173; Tornado Delight Major 241; Uxbridge Surprise Major 496; Yelford Delight Major 241; Yorkshire Surprise Major 496, 864


Compositions, Multi-Extent Block (Warboys) 339, 340

Compositions Committee (formerly Peal Compositions Committee); 2009 Report 447, 938; remit 438



Compositions of London Surprise Major (Ivin) 216

Compton Electronic Carillon 185

computers: 25 years ago 331; (RW 1960) 183

concentration 887



Concerto Grosso in G major Op 6 No 1 (Handel) 1256

concerts 339 (let), 815 (let)


Conduct 5040 (e-list) 448

conducting: stressless 782–783; 'The highwayman's guide' 317, 339 (let); workshop, Devon 656

conductors' milestones (peals as conductor)

1st peal: 2009 Report 450; Bailey, SJ 913; Brady, AA 1014; Brady, DW 88; Britten, T 369; Chittenden-Pile, M 593; Collings, MA 618; Corney, RJ 223; Dawson, MD 1181; Day, MW 10; Drysdale, H 763; Griffith-Jones, L 1301; Hird, D 10; Maddocks, RA 147; Marchbank, EO 65; Moyse, PD (aged 15) 369; Oakeshott, RBS 913; Pearce, FJ 1259; Pollard, MJ 44; Potts, DA 1160; Rabong, SW 67; Reeves, AJ 1040; Ricks, D 372; Rider, JJ 12; Simpson (Robinson), LDG 1232; Smith, RC 714; Stokoe, PCM 366; Trafford, CM 1110; Turk, RA 1301; Watkins, FD 66; Webb, SDG 269; Winter, D 394

50 peals: Alldrick, AF 420; Austin, SE 965; Hibbert, DE 65; Smith, RC 10

100 peals: Champion, P 293; Hinks, TJ 42

150 peals: Fortey, AC 865

200 peals: Graham, AJ 1062; John, GAC 1161

250 peals: Byrne, AF 1110; Mainwaring, AL 474

350 peals: Faull, SA 691; Towler, JL 42

400 peals: Reading, AG 474

450 peals: Mayle, AP 526

500 peals: Couperthwaite, WJ 118; Sheppard, PWJ 246; Southerington, EJ 643

600 peals: Baldock, AR 1231

650 peals: Wright, GJ 890

700 peals: Bennett, PS 594; Carter, DP 1013

850 peals: Andrew, C 525; Field, CR 244

1000 peals: Fielding, IR 526

1300 peals: Ainsworth, JA 1158

1400 peals: Butters, I 1209

1450 peals: Smith, I 343

1700 peals: Salter, DG 914

2200 peals: Dove, CB 715

conflicts of interest: Guidance for CCCBR members 446



Conservation and Repair of Bells and Bell Frames (Church Buildings Council) 262, 263

Consistory Court: Cornhill (London), judgment 1029–1031, 1031 (Ed), 1033, 1082–1083 (let), 1106 (let); Stinchcombe (1971) 108

Constant, Benjamin D (composer) 496, 864

contests see competitions

Conway, Derek (obit) 382

Cooper, Gabriella (birth) 101,




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