A successful meeting of the Winchester District was held at Brown Candover on Saturday, September 29th, when a good company of ringers, ladies and friends, was present. It was impossible to do any ringing at Brown Candover tower as the bell framework was in want of repair. The Rev. Gough conducted the service and gave a splendid address.
After tea, which was prepared in the Church Hall, a business meeting followed. The Rev. Gough was voted to the chair, and expressed his regret that the belfry was in such an unsafe condition. He hoped that funds would be raised to restore it in the near future. Mr. G. Williams (Master of the Guild) proposed a vote of thanks to the Vicar, also to those who helped with the most enjoyable tea.
The rest of the evening was spent at Old Alresford tower, where there is a very nice peal of six. Various touches, including Kent Treble Bob and Bob Minor, were rung. Afterwards a visit was paid to Micheldever tower.
The Ringing World No. 916, October 12th, 1928, page 646