About 40 members and friends attended the Portsmouth District's quarterly meeting at Catherington on July 19th. At the business meeting it was decided to hold the next gathering at Curdridge on either October 18th or 25th, depending on which date the Portsmouth Football Club had no home fixture.
Service followed the meeting, and then there was more ringing. Methods rung during the day were Grandsire and Stedman Doubles, Plain Bob and Double Oxford Bob Minor, Kent Treble Bob and Cambridge Surprise Minor, with rounds and call-changes for beginners.
The Ringing World No. 1895, August 1st, 1947, page 368