A very special peal from the Audlem Bellringers

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The Audlem Bellringers rang a quarter peal (45 minutes) half muffled as the sun set on Remembrance Day. The method was called Grandsire Doubles.

Earlier in the day there had been a joint Remembrance service by the three Audlem churches attended by the British Legion, the uniformed organisations and many Audlem and nearby residents.

 

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