Armistice day quarter pealPost 16-11-2023
October branch practicePost 3-11-2023
The practice provided the opportunity for plain hunting on seven, Bob triples and Grandsire triples. Whilst we had fifteen branch members attending we were unable to ring the method of the month Erin triples, so it was rung as doubles. In addition a course of Cambridge minor was attempted with nearly four leads being completed. The evening finished with a generally good fall in peal of the eight and a few of us retired to the local for refreshment.
6 Bell striking competitionPost 24-10-2023
Beautiful weather, excellent ringing and superb refreshments made for a really memorable afternoon. Congratulations to all who entered the competitions at Shipton under Wychwood and in particular our branch’s own Hook Norton band who won the raising and lowering event at Wiggington despite a power cut during their performance. They also took part in the striking competition, all the bands ringing to a very high standard, a short video clip of the Hooky ringers here.
Many thanks to all the branch members whose contribution made the day such a success – Mike and Joy for all the arrangements at St Mary and making the tea and coffee – the stewards Chris Stevens and Andrew at Shipton, Geoffrey and Sue at Wiggington – Nikki and Tim for the legendary Bacon rolls – and everyone who contributed cakes. Thanks also to our Ringing Master, David for his meticulous planning so everyone knew what was required.
Robert Newton presented the ODG with a new trophy for the raising and lowering competition, pictured below, which he awarded to the winning team, Sally pictured receiving it on behalf of the band.
To Andrew and Sallie Pickett on celebrating their golden wedding anniversary.
September branch practicePost 24-10-2023
Nine of us met at Little Compton, in addition to the method of the month St Martin we rang Plain Bob, Grandsire and Stedman. It was a beautiful, clear evening and we stepped outside for an excellent view of the International Space Station passing overhead before ringing down. Unfortunately we were denied post ringing refreshment arriving at the local to see the lights being turned off – maybe next time.
6 Bell Striking competition 7th OctoberPost 24-10-2023
Chipping Norton branch are looking forward to welcoming you at St Mary, Shipton under Wychwood. Refreshments will be available for a small charge, please bring cash for tea & coffee, bacon rolls and a selection of cake. Post 27-9-23
Our New WebsitePost 24-10-2023
We should like to thank Les Waller for all his hard work over very many years building, maintaining and running ‘Chippy Bells’. The branch greatly appreciated the effort Les took in managing this for all of us.
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Our team is immensely grateful to the people of Great Britain for supporting Ukrainian families and the Ukrainian military during our hour of need. Each of us can make a difference by making a conscious choice of truth, justice and democracy.
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Witney community radioPost 24-10-2023
During ‘Ring for the King’ events Nina Morgan from Chadlington recorded a presentation for Witney community radio – you can listen to the broadcast here: