Peterborough Diocesan Guild
WOLLASTON, Northamptonshire, St Mary
Saturday 27 September, 2003 in 3h15 (16)
5040 Wollaston H Minor
(7 different extents)
  1 Sally A Mason
  2 Paul M Mason (C)
  3 Victoria Samson
  4 James M Bence
  5 Michael D Fiander
  6 Nicholas A Churchman
First peal on the rehung bells.
First peal in the method.
Wollaston Hybrid Minor:
f 34-3.1-2-23-34.234-234.345-23-2-1.3-34.2

Oxford Diocesan Guild
WOLLASTON, Northamptonshire, St Mary
Sunday 17 June, 2001 in 3h3 (16-2-17 in E)
5040 Surprise Minor (7m)
(7m: 1 extent each Chester, London, Ipswich, Westminster, Surfleet, Cambridge, Norwich)
  1 Nicola J Turner
  2 Brian Bladon
  3 Colin M Turner
  4 Geoffrey K Dodd
  5 Richard L Thumwood
  6 David G Salter (C)
350th tower pealed: 5.
Ringing World page ref: 4706.0686

Peterborough Diocesan Guild
WOLLASTON, Northamptonshire, St Mary
Sunday 7 January, 2001 in 3h0 (16-2-17 in E)
5040 Surprise Minor (13m)
(13m: 1 London, Wells; 2,3 Primrose, Norfolk, Lightfoot, Rossendale; 4,6 Beverley, Surfleet, Durham, Cambridge; 5 Westminster, Allendale; 7 Norwich)
  1 M J 'Bill' Blowfield
  2 Andrew M Farmer
  3 Richard J W Tibbetts
  4 Paul M Mason
  5 Peter G C Ellis (C)
  6 Robert J Crocker
Rung for Epiphany.
Ringing World page ref: 4684.0115

Peterborough Diocesan Guild
WOLLASTON, Northamptonshire, St Mary
Friday 14 July, 2000 in 3h2 (16-2-17 in E)
5040 Kirkstall Delight Minor
Comp: Roger Bailey (no.1)
  1 Barry R Care
  2 Victoria Samson
  3 Denis G Pearson
  4 Michael D Fiander
  5 Timothy F W Samson
  6 Paul M Mason (C)
300th peal: 3.
First peal in the method by all.
Ringing World page ref: 4659.0792

Peterborough Diocesan Guild
WOLLASTON, Northamptonshire, St Mary
Saturday 30 July, 1932 in 3h10 (16-2-17 in E)
5040 Surprise Minor (7m)
(Being 720 each of Lancashire, Stamford, London, Wells, York, Durham, and Cambridge)
  1 John J Mawby
  2 James [Irthlingborough] Ward
  3 Henry W Gayton
  4 Walter Perkins
  5 Amos Smart (C)
  6 Anderson Y Tyler
First peal in seven Surprise methods on the bells, also by the ringers of 2nd and tenor, and first as conductor in seven Surprise methods.
Ringing World page ref: 1115.0514

Peterborough Diocesan Guild
WOLLASTON, Northamptonshire, St Mary
Saturday 6 December, 1930 in 3h5 (16-2-17 in E)
5040 Surprise and Treble Bob Minor (7m)
(Being 720 each of Wells, London, York, and Cambridge S, Woodbine, Oxford, and Kent TB)
  1 John J Mawby
  2 Henry W Gayton
  3 Anderson Y Tyler
  4 Amos Smart
  5 E Pearl Inskip
  6 Walter Perkins (C)
First peal of Minor - 1.
First peal in seven Treble Bob methods on the bells.
The first peal containing four Surprise methods by the Guild.
Rung as a birthday compliment to Mr A Smart, who generously entertained the band to tea at the conclusion of the peal.

Peterborough Diocesan Guild
WOLLASTON, Northamptonshire, St Mary
Saturday 6 October, 1928 in 3h5 (16-2-17 in E)
5040 Woodbine Treble Bob Minor
(Seven different 720's)
  1 Frank Kirk
  2 Henry W Gayton (C)
  3 William Sharp
  4 Amos Smart
  5 William Stock
  6 Harry Stapleton
First peal in the method by all, and on the bells.
Ringing World page ref: 917..0061

Peterborough Diocesan Guild
WOLLASTON, Northamptonshire, St Mary
Saturday 24 March, 1928 in 3h10 (16-2-17 in E)
5040 Minor (7m)
(Being 720 each of Cambridge Surprise, Woodbine, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Double Court, Oxford Bob, and Plain Bob)
  1 Frank Kirk
  2 James Hudson
  3 Henry W Gayton
  4 William Stock
  5 Henry Stapleton
  6 Amos Smart (C)
Ringing World page ref: 888..0097

Peterborough Diocesan Guild
WOLLASTON, Northamptonshire, St Mary
Saturday 14 May, 1927 in 3h20 (16-2-17 in E)
5040 Minor (6m)
(Being 720 each of Woodbine, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Double Court, Oxford Bob, and two 720's of Plain Bob)
  1 William Stock
  2 Aubrey Bailey
  3 Henry W Gayton
  4 William Sharp
  5 Amos Smart (C)
  6 Albert Winney
First peal: 2.
First peal of Minor: 6.
First of Minor as conductor: 5.
Ringing World page ref: 844..0025

Central Northamptonshire Association
WOLLASTON, Northamptonshire, St Mary
Saturday 7 January, 1911 in 3h8 (16-2-17 in E)
5040 Minor (7m)
(Being 720 each of Woodbine, Kent TB, Oxford TB, Double Oxford, Double Court, Oxford Bob, and Plain Bob)
  1 Arthur Chapman
  2 William V Newman
  3 Henry W Gayton
  4 Charles W Clarke (C)
  5 John B Martin
  6 Alfred H Martin
First peal on the bells.
Printed in Bell News on 18th February 1911 (1507.658)