A quarterly meeting of the Andover District was held at Laverstoke and Whitchurch on Saturday, June 29th, members attending from Andover, Binfield, Overton, North Stoneham, Highclere, Winchester, Woolton Hill, Wootton St. Lawrence and Laverstoke. A service, with an excellent address, was conducted by the Rector, Rev. W. Wragge, who welcomed the members to the tower. Tea was served at Laverstoke Mills canteen, followed by the usual business meeting, at which the Rector presided.

Although quite a number of towers were represented, the number of members was small. However, good use was made of the bells, especially for the junior members, who had their first touch in various methods. It often happens that where a large gathering is present the younger members do not get so much opportunity to ring, and so get discouraged.

During the afternoon and evening touches of the following methods were rung: Grandsire and Stedman Doubles, Plain Bob, Kent Treble Bob, Cambridge Surprise Minor at Laverstoke, and Grandsire and Stedman Triples at Whitchurch.

The Ringing World No. 955, July 12th, 1929, page 441