The treble treble bobs. The working bells all treble bob except that they do not
dodge 1-2 unless with the treble and in 3-4 they make places (similar to
Reverse Canterbury) if the treble is
in 1-2. The bell which dodges 1-2 down with the treble
alternately leads and makes seconds until the treble returns to the front when it
dodges 1-2 up with the treble (this is referred to as "the front work").
There are two lots of 3-4 places down and two lots of 3-4 places up. The second 3-4 places down is immediately followed by the front work, which is then followed by the first 3-4 places up.
To decide whether you should make places or dodge in 3-4 simply see if the treble is below or above you. If it is below you make places, otherwise you dodge. If you dodge 3-4 down with the treble then the next time you are in 3-4 down will be the first 3-4 down places.
The bob affects the bells at the back. The bell making 3-4 places up makes an extra blow in 4ths and then makes 3-4 places down. The bells dodging in 5-6 make an extra two dodges. The bell making 3-4 places down and the bell dodging with the treble are not affected.
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