This is the same as Kent Treble Bob Minor
except for places in 3-4.
The treble treble bobs. The working bells all treble bob except that they do not dodge 1-2 unless with the treble. If the treble is in 1-2 when you would dodge in 3-4 up you make 4ths and go down. If the treble is in 1-2 when you would dodge in 3-4 down you make 3rds and go up. 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").
To decide whether you should make dodge in 3-4 simply see if the treble is below or above you. If it is below you make the place and change direction, otherwise you dodge. If you dodge 3-4 down with the treble then the next time you are reach 3-4 down you will make 3rds and go up.
The bob affects the bells at the back. The bell making 3rds and up makes 4ths and then 3rds and up to the back. The bells dodging in 5-6 make an extra two dodges. The bell making 4ths and in and the bell dodging with the treble are not affected.
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