A quarterly meeting of the Portsmouth District was held at Hambledon on Saturday, July 23rd, when members were present from Bishop’s Waltham, Hambledon, North Stoneham, Portsmouth, Petersfield, Swanmore, Titchfield, and Mr. J. H. Shepherd from Swindon.

The bells were available during the afternoon, and an excellent tea was served on the lawn of the George Hotel, after which the business meeting was held.

J. Wilcox and J. Pearce (Hambledon) were elected new members, and Shedfield was selected for the next meeting, to be held on October 22nd.

Votes of thanks to the Vicar of Hambledon (who was unable to be present) for the use of the bells and to the local band for having everything in readiness were accorded by the district chairman.

Methods rung during the day ranged from Grandsire and Stedman Doubles to Cambridge and London Surprise Minor.

The Ringing World No. 1114, July 29th, 1932, page 504