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And in between there should be pubs to eat in, wonderful countryside to take in and hopefully all done in the kind of gorgeous weather conditions we have been enjoying over the last few weeks. And very nice they are too. The latter saw Alan Mayle ring his th tower bell peal and his one hundredth with Tom Scase — congratulations Alan and Tom!
Our opener this evening gave me a tricky choice as watching it meant missing St Mary-le-Tower practice, but with an unusual confidence in our particularly young team and being unable to watch all of the next match on Sunday due to a family event and quarter-peal attempt for it, I decided that unusually football came first on this occasion with apologies to those at SMLT. Hampshire and the Cotswolds were amongst the areas put forward for the consideration of the membership present, but ultimately it was voted that the Tour should come much closer to home in North Norfolk in This evening though, ringers had to choose between ringing and football and not all made the same decision as us, not that there was any ringing for us to attend. Back here, a shortened practice was managed at the aforementioned ground-floor six that my wife was present at with some more arrivals, before they topped their evening off with a drink in The Greyhound. I have no idea if the band were local and I have no interest in naming or shaming or passing any judgement. Happy Birthday for Sunday Liz!
There was an impressive amount going on for a term-time Thursday and ringing played a big part, with Guild PR Officer Neal Dodge doing superb work at getting publicity for what ringers were doing today, both on the radio but also with bells getting a mention in at least a couple of articles that I have read on the East Anglian Daily Times website this week, as well as featuring on the Suffolk Day website. There was lots of shifting branches and logs in hot weather, leaving us both gasping for a trip to a pub. Instead, we found ourselves at one of the closest matches in weight on home soil to the 24cwt ten, 20cwt ten Stradbroke. Eventually we came across Teign House Inn near Christow where the welcome was warm, the food superb and drink very enjoyable, particularly for those not driving! There was also a of Grandsire Triples rung on the back eight at The Norman Tower , but the real headliner today was Rachel Tunbridge who rang her first quarter-peal at the first attempt by trebling to the success at Buxhall - congratulations Rachel! With my parents very kindly passing on one to use in recent weeks and the scorching heatwave continuing, it felt remiss not to get it out and try it. The reason I was enjoying this magnificent view was so I could look after Joshua whilst Ruthie rang before a wedding as Alfie watched on, before we swapped roles afterwards. Very little of note to report personally, bar passing a poor unfortunate woman having to deal with the aftermath of the back windscreen of her car being smashed in. There was a more impressive array of ringing on show across Suffolk today, at least on paper and I imagine - looking at the bands and the complexity of what was being rung - in practice too. It was all very exciting!