Places are usually started at handstroke, but they could also be called to take effect at
backstroke. Any of these exercises could be rung with two bells that are physically ringing next to
each other, or bells ringing next to each other in the row, they may be Long places
Involves ringing four blows in a single place, followed by four blows in either a place higher or lower in the row.Long places start when the conductor calls ‘Go Long Places’ and the ringers make the first change the following handstroke. Long places continue until the conductor calls ‘That’s all’ or Short places The ringing of short places of just two blows (one whole pull), rung in a single place, followed by two blows either a place higher or lower in the row. To start the ringing, the conductor would call bells (e.g. 2 and 3) to ‘Make places’ which would continue until ‘That’s all’ is called.
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