Yesterday we rang a quarter of Lincolnshire Royal, which is what we had been planning to ring way back on 16th March just before the lockdown started. 18 weeks, feeling like a lifetime ago. We suffered a bit from ringing in a large not-quite-circle - it's definitely more difficult when the bells are not all within easy vision. But generally it held together well.
There's an earlier blog article on Lincolnshire Royal, and I don't have much new to say about it. Also referring to an earlier article, I think we would benefit from developing the ability to think a little bit further ahead, to be more sure of which dodges to do or miss. We're ringing again next week, and I think it would be worth ringing another quarter of Lincolnshire.