The annual general meeting of the Guild was held at Winchester on Saturday, the 1st inst. Representatives from the following towers were present: Bishopstoke, Havant, North Stoneham, Portsea, St Mary's Southampton; Portsmouth, Twyford, Wickham, Winchester Cathedral, Christchurch, Andover, Basingstoke, Bramley, Oakley, Overton, Aldershot, Godalming, Guildford (two towers), Shere, Worplesdon, Woking, Bagshot, Chertsey, Farnborough, Hersham, Yateley, Yorktown and Newport (I.W.).

The officers were re-elected, with the exception of the recorder of peals, Mr. T. W. Fairey, who wrote resigning, on account of advancing years and failing eyesight. Mr. Fairey's resignation was regretfully accepted, and a hearty vote of thanks wag passed to him for his past services. He was unanimously elected an hon. life member.

After the general meeting, the members attended evensong at the Cathedral, when the preacher was the Rev. Canon Braithwaite, a patron of the Guild. The service was followed by tea in St. Maurice Hall at 5 p.m. During the day, ringing took place at the Cathedral (12) and St. Maurice (6), Winchester.

The Ringing World No. 591, July 14th, 1922, page 443