Every ringable Tower in the Bicester Branch bells rang their bells to commemorate the Centenary of the World War One Armistice on 11th November, which is wonderful.
Some key highlights include the new band at Weston on the Green ringing Out for Peace from 3pm on Sunday, while towers like Ambrosden currently without a band, had their bells rung by branch members.
The following link on the CCCBR site is for a certificate to download and fill in with the names of ringers participating in the weekend’s events: https://cccbr.org.uk/2018/11/09/ringing-remembers-tower-certificates/
Below are some photos and memories of this big weekend.
Following on from the taster day on 26 July THIS YEAR seven new recruits rang on 11th November at Weston-on-the-Green. Congratulations to them and to their teachers.
Three Ringing Remembers recruits with the existing Islip band on Armistice Day 2018. A special day for all.
The ringers of Kirtlington and Bletchingdon who rang in the “Ring Out for Peace” events at 12.30 and 7.05pm 11th November. The team included three Ringing Remembers recruits: David, Charlie and Sally.
Ringers from Piddington, Ludgershall, Bicester, Charlton, Kirtlington and North Leigh rang Ambrosden’s stately bells at 2pm
On 10th November four Bicester Branch ringers joined a team that successfully completed a Quarter Peal of Plain Bob Doubles. Congratulations for first quarters inside for Judith and on tenor for Sue!