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Please note that there will be no practice at Aldermaston on Thursday 14th May due to an Ascension Day service.
The practice at Bucklebury on 26th February has been cancelled as they are attempting a quarter peal instead.
The Quarter Peal Week will end with a grand Branch Dinner on Saturday February 28th at The Furze Bush, near Newbury. Partners and Guests are welcome to come along. The cost is £25 per person, with a £5 deposit payable in advance.
More details, including menu choices and how to book, can be found on the invitation.
Organiser: Richard Marshall, email@example.com
Please note that there will be no practice at Hungerford on Wednesday 28th January as it is the tower AGM.
The practice at Thatcham on Tuesday 30th December has been cancelled.
The Christmas 2014 edition of the Branch Newsletter is out now and can be downloaded from the Newsletters page.
The 2015 Quarter Peal Week will run from Sunday 22nd to Saturday 28th February. The aims of the week are:
- To involve as many Branch Members as possible.
- To attempt quarter peals in as many of the ringable Branch towers as possible.
- To promote bell-ringing and gain local publicity.
The Oxford Guild 10 bell striking competition was held on Saturday 22nd November. The Newbury Branch put in a team and out of 8 entries, we came 7th, a very respectable result and one that gave a good account of ourselves considering the opposition.Read more
The final of the Guild 6 bell striking competition was held at Aston Tirrold on Saturday 4th October, and the results were:
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Drayton St Leonards
Well done to Thatcham!