The bells of St George's Cathedral, Perth, WA, rang out over the city recently in a quarter peal of 1260 charges the first such peal since the bells were installed more than 30 years ago. This was a big step forward in the re-formed St George's Cathedral Bell Ringers Association under ringing master and conductor, cabinet-maker Brian Lawes, formerly of Salisbury Wilts. Brian was apprenticed to a cabinet-maker in Salisbury but did not have the opportunity to follow is trade until he came to Australia in early 1961. Brian Lawes (centre) bell-ringing with Joanna Hearnshaw (left) and Roy Warren (right). Miss Hearnshaw is on a three-months holiday to Australia. Her home is at West Kirby, Cheshire, and her parish church is Saint Brigid's. Roy Warren migrated from Hammerwood, Sussex
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