North Bucks Branch Archive Project

Main Branch site:

Branch site

The Branch web site contains up to date information about ringing in North Bucks. Much of the information formerly in this site can now be found there.

Latest on this site:

Web development - Oct 2019

The addition of the official Google API Key for the maps on the tower page should allow this to work again.

Some tidying up of formats and loose ends should help with the appearance of tables.

Archive copies of In Touch have now all been scanned and converted to pdf format so they can all be accessed via the Newsletters tab.

This has made an opportunity to show the branch's entry in the ODG Annual Report.

Drayton ParslowThe Holy Trinity6
No longer in the North Bucks Branch

Fastest peal

2h, 27mAugust 5, 1939
2h, 30mJune 30, 1979

Longest peal(s)

Branch events here:

 One of the Branch's lighter coloured churches, making use of more chalk like local stone.

Who has circled the tower to peals:

Who has rung the most peals here:

RingerPealsMost Recent
John Sinfield1March 25, 1972
Andrew Haseldine1February 24, 2011
Audrey M Alldrick1June 30, 1979
Barry R Care1March 25, 1972
C Knight1August 5, 1939
Cathy M Holdway1September 23, 1990
Colin F Loke1March 25, 1972
Colin M Turner1September 23, 1990
E Fletcher1August 5, 1939
E George Swift1June 30, 1979
 Documented NoteDocumented Note SourceRecorded NoteWeightDiameterCast by
1    - -  Unknown in
2    - -  Unknown in
3    - -  Unknown in
4    - -  Unknown in
5    - -  Unknown in
6BbDove  - -  Unknown in
The figures below show the difference, in cents, between each bell and what it should be to be in tune with the tenor.
A positive figure shows that the bell is sharp, a negative figure shows that it is flat. There are 100 cents between notes on the scale.

Classification from "Bellframes - A Practical Guide to Inspection and Recording - C J Pickford 1993"