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Death of Patrick Matthews
Harry Jacob photos here
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GoSA Clothing Order Form. Details here
New ring of 8 at Birmingham, Alabama, USA here
St Mary's Lowe House carillon
Proud parents here
List of all past events
List of all past officers
Line for Guild of St Agatha Surprise Minor here
St Agatha treble place doubles is 22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.145.123 lead end 12
Patrick Matthews and his band rang and named it in 1984
Aggie's treble place minor is x34x14x12x16x1256x56 le 12
This was first rung and named in the early 1990's by a band from Surrey which included Richard Wallis. They called it St Agatha, but were informed by the Central council that that wasn't allowed, because of the doubles method.