On Wednesday 4th September 2013, my boyfriend and I had the chance to ring the most southerly ringable bell in the World in Dunedin, New Zealand.
The treble as you can see weighed 2-0-17 in B. This bell was very very light and needed virtually no pulling on hand or back stroke. I rang this bell as a single bell and thought I would of pulled this bell out of the tower, which meant I banged the stay slightly. This also happened to my boyfriend but luckily the stay did not break.
Three members of the Dunedin tower was able to attend the additional practice night as I was unable to attend on their practice night. This meant we were able to ring rounds and call changes.
I had a good ring at this tower and very thankful for these ringers for giving up their evening to ensure I could have a ring.
Happy reading and thank you,