In bell ringing a full peal is a marathon when ringers ring through a complete permutation of seven bells that requires 5040 changes in the sequence, an effort that normally takes about three hours non-stop. Ringers' fingers and palms often end up raw with broken blisters.
A kinder challenge is the quarter peal (QP) in which ringers ring for 1260 permutations taking about 40 odd minutes, a quarter of the time required for a full peal. It is still an achievement, an important milestone that new ringers aim for. Kay achieved that today ringing with a band of five other ringers.
Congratulations Kay! This a short video clip of the church viewed from across George Street with the bells sounding out.
Ringing World Bell Board