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The Lincoln Diocesan Guild of Church Bell Ringers

Annual General Meeting, 29th April 2017

Ringing at Cathedral - 9:30 to 10:00

Communion Ringer's Chapel - 10:00

Meeting Bailgate Methodist Church - 11:00

Followed by Bring and Share Lunch

Ringing Welton - 14:00 to 15:00

Ringing St. Giles - 15:15 to 16:15

Handbell Workshop - 14:00 to 15:45
at Bailgate Methodist Church

Lincoln Cathedral - 16:30 to 17:20

Evensong - 17:30 to 18:15

John R. Ketteringham's Birthday Reunion 2011

Each year since 2001 I have arranged a peal on the nearest Saturday to my birthday as a reunion with those with whom I used to ring. This year the peal was of Stedman Cinques at Lincoln Cathedral on 29 October which was the day after my 82nd birthday. Unfortunately the conductor was distracted and miscalled the final turning course. Although this was rapidly sorted out and the peal came round it was false!

I always find it very humbling and emotive that my friends travel in many cases long distances to take part in these reunions and I am very grateful to them - it means a great deal to me.

There was also a peal at Caythorpe on the actual day which consisted mostly of those who ring in my Monday morning quarter peals. Also on the Saturday I had arranged the towers for peals at Ingoldmells and Burgh le Marsh and these together with a peal conducted by my friend David Hird at Saltby were credited to my birthday - I am grateful to everyone concerned.

Lincoln Diocesan Guild
St Vincent, CAYTHORPE,
Lincs
Friday 28th October 2011 in 2 hrs 55 (10-3-3)
5056 Lincolnshire Surprise Major
Comp: J R Ketteringham (No 125)

1. Fiona M. Dawson
2. Ian Butters
3. Philip R. Wild
4. Robert M. Wood
5. David E. Hibbert
6. Philip R. Grover
7. Robert H. Jordan
8. Christopher C.P. Woodcock (C)

Rung with the bands best wishes to John R Ketteringham on his 82nd birthday. First peal in the method: 5.
Society of Rambling Ringers
St. Peter and Paul, INGOLDMELLS,
Lincs
Saturday 29th October 2011 in 3 hrs 10 (13-3-26)
5184 Cambridge Surprise Major
Comp: Thomas Perrins

1. S. Geoffrey Pick
2. Christopher Birkby
3. Christine H. Hasman
4. Ian Hasman
5. Philip R. Wild
6. Michael J. Dew
7. H. Geoffrey Wells
8. Christopher C.P. Woodcock (C)

Rung to celebrate the 82nd birthday yesterday of John R Ketteringham.
John rang in the first peal for the Society in 1955.
Rung also remembering past members of the Society, especially Denis Mottershead who always organised this annual Society peal on the last Saturday in October.
First peal of Major at first attempt: 3 & 4.
Society of Rambling Ringers
St. Peter and Paul, BURGH-LE-MARSH,
Lincs
Saturday 29th October 2011 in 2 hrs 49 (17-2-4)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Comp: Thomas Thurstans

1. Yvonne A. Woodcock
2. S. Geoffrey Pick
3. Margaret E. Snyder
4. Stephen L. Clarke
5. Philip R. Wild
6. Christopher C.P. Woodcock (C)
7. Michael J. Dew
8. H. Geoffrey Wells

Rung to celebrate the 82nd birthday yesterday of John R Ketteringham.
John rang in the first peal for the Society in 1955.
Special thanks to Stephen Clarke for standing in at short notice and to Yvonne Woodcock for standing in at even shorter notice this morning!
First peal of Triples to be rung for the Society.
First peal on eight at first attempt: 1. 50th peal together: 6 & 8.
Non Association
St. Peter, SALTBY,
Lincs
Saturday 29th October 2011 in 2 hrs 55 (12)
5040 Lincolnshire Surprise Royal
Comp: P Border

1.  Andrew Davey
2.  Mary S. Faircloth
3.  Robert P. Wood
4.  Laura M. Davies
5.  Emma J. Southerington
6.  Alistair J. Cherry
7.  Neil Bennett
8.  Philip R. Grover
9.  Paul M. Mason
10. David Hird (C)

1st peal on 10 - 6. An 82nd birthday compliment to John Ketteringham.


The Cathedral Band

Standing Left to right : Richard Inglis (11 - Edinburgh), Jim Andrews (12 - Westhoughton), Michael Clements (9 - Norfolk), Richard Clements (6 - Malvern), Graham Colbourn (10 - Lincoln)

Sitting left to right : Graham Firman (4 - Maidstone), Tim Pett (7 Abingdon), John R. Ketteringham, Ken Warner (2 - Southampton), Michael Uphill (5C London), Michael Moreton (3 - London)

Missing : Nigel Thomson (8 - Sussex), Chris Sharp (1 - Grantham)

JRK