Ringing for Queen Elizabeth II

On Wednesday 9th September 2015 Queen Elizabeth II became Britain’s longest reigning monarch. This was marked by bells being rung around the country from 5:30 onwards. (5:30 was the approximate time of Queen Victoria’s death – the previous longest serving monarch).

<> on May 24, 2011 in London, England.

A group of local ringers  from Crick Lilbourne and Hillmorton rang at their three towers.

Hillmorton 7:00 Rounds/Call changes, Reverse Canterbury Doubles(120), Plain Hunt Doubles

Rita Atkins

Paul McNutt

Alison Steer

Mike Burdett

Anne Davies

Anthea Hiams

Nick Hiams

Ian Alexander

Crick 7:45 Rounds/Call Changes on 8, Grandsire Doubles(120), Rounds/ Call Changes on 8

Rita Atkins

Paul McNutt

Alison Steer

Mike Burdett

Anne Davies

Anthea Hiams

Nick Hiams

Ian Alexander

Rob Palmer

Lilbourne 8:30 Reverse St. Bartholemew, Plain Hunt Doubles, Plain Bob Minimus, Stedman Doubles

Paul McNutt

Alison Steer

Mike Burdett

Anne Davies

Anthea Hiams

Nick Hiams

Ian Alexander

Rob Palmer

Afterwards a number of the band retired to the Head of Steam at Lilbourne for well earned refreshments.

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