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50,400 changes of Minor on Handbells
Saturday, 2nd October, 2004

Ancient Society of College Youths

COVENTRY, West Midlands
12 Cecily Road
On Saturday, 2 October 2004 in 17hrs 6mins (Size 11 in G)
A Peal of
50,400 Treble Dodging Minor (in 70m)
(One extent each Melrose D, Sherborne D, Evesham D, Wooler S, Whitley S, Dover D, Balmoral D, Fotheringay D, Chepstow D, Skipton D, Pennine TB, Peveril D, Leasowe D, Melandra D, Beeston D, Tewkesbury D, Sandiacre S, Carlisle S, Chester S, Munden S, Ely D, Wilmslow D, Bogedone D, Rostherne D, Knutsford D, Lincoln S, Combermere D, Vale Royal D, Crowland D, St Werburgh D, Coventry D, Sandal TB, London Scholars' Pleasure TB, Capel TB, Kingston TB, Killamarsh TB, Wath D, Oswald D, Edinburgh D, Kentish D, London Victory D, Hull S, Primrose S, Berwick S, Hexham S, Norwich S, Neasden D, St Albans D, Charlwood D, Wragby D, Disley D, Duke of Norfolk TB, College Exercise TB, Ockley TB, Norbury TB, Trinity Sunday TB, Pontefract D, Barham D, Pembroke D, Berkeley D, Kirkstall D, Bourne S, Cambridge S, Beverley S, Surfleet S, Westminster S, Old Oxford D, College Bob IV D, Newdigate D, Willesden D)

Composed by: Traditional

1-2. Philip J. Earis
3-4. Andrew J. W. Tibbetts (C)
5-6. David J. Pipe

The longest peal ever rung.

Umpires: Robin Hall, John Thurman, Jim Clatworthy, Rod Pipe, Cecilia Pipe, Paul Bibilo, Stuart Hutchieson

Photo D Pipe

l-r Philip Earis, Andrew Tibbetts, David Pipe.

Photo P Earis

The room just before the attempt took place.

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