Another Method Named for Guernsey

Guernsey ringers are definitely on a roll; this time it’s handbell ringers who have rung a method for the first time. We Sarnians might be stubborn donkeys but we are certainly not slow on the uptake even though this method is a slow course

On Monday, 13 February 2017 in 51min

Guernsey, CI San Baronto Tenor: size 8C

1260 Sarnia Slow Course Minor

1–2 Janice Firth
3–4 Jane Le Conte
5–6 Duncan Loweth (C)

Believed to have been rung for the first time: Sarnia Slow Course Minor -16-1236.12. hl 1236 le 12

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