By coincidence our first practice of this group falls on All Saints day, 1 November, so it would be appropriate to ring the method of the same name that evening.
It is a method best rung “by the treble”. Ring a grandsire single at the front, eg seconds and long thirds, with 5ths 4ths 5ths when meeting treble at 3/4 and 4/5. Lying over the treble in 4/5 down means seconds at next lead. Looking at the line will make this clearer. Bobs are a plain lead of Reverse Canterbury, so we may need to practice this as well.
We will also cover calling touches of Bob Doubles, touches of Stedman Doubles and singles of Bob Minor. If time permits Treble Bob Plain Hunt and Kent could be included.
Hopefully this will an interesting start to this practice and provide a base for future practices.
To help plan the practice it would be very useful to know who intends to come (but not compulsory), so please let me know if possible.