The Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association of Church Bell Ringers

These are the results of previous competitions, for those fascinated by such things.

The 8 bell Striking Competition, for the Penn Trophy

No more than five (six as from 2019) members of one tower may form part of the band for this competition. The results are therefore by branch.

The 8 bell striking competition has taken place on AGM day since 2001. From 1981 to 2000 a date in May was used. The inaugural competition in 1980 was held on the same day as the six bell competition in September. Prior to this a one off competition using different rules and involving heats for Triples and Major bands was held in the year of the Association's centenary, 1978, on the day of the AGM. CB = Chairman's Baldric: awarded to the second placed band since 2013.

Regrettably not all of the results are available. If any member can help with filling in the gaps please contact the webmaster.

St Briavels, 6 April 2019
  1. Tewkesbury
  2. Cheltenham. CB
  3. Swindon
  4. Bristol
  5. Chippenham
  6. Wotton under Edge
  7. Cirencester
  8. Stroud
  9. Bristol Rural
Blunsdon, 14 April 2018
  1. Swindon
  2. Cheltenham. CB
  3. Wotton under Edge
  4. Stroud
  5. Cirencester
  6. Tewkesbury
  7. Chippenham
  8. Gloucester
  9. Bristol
Coln St Aldwyns, 1 April 2017
  1. Swindon
  2. Wotton under Edge. CB
  3. Tewkesbury
  4. Cirencester
  5. Chippenham
  6. Gloucester
  7. Bristol Rural
  8. Stroud
Bishop's Cleeve, 9 April 2016
  1. Bristol
  2. Swindon. CB
  3. Chippenham
  4. Cheltenham
  5. Wotton under Edge
  6. Tewkesbury
  7. Stroud
  8. Cirencester
  9. Bristol Rural
St Andrew, Chippenham, 18 April 2015
  1. Bristol
  2. Tewkesbury. CB
  3. Cheltenham
  4. Swindon
  5. Cirencester
  6. Stroud
  7. Gloucester
  8. Chippenham
  9. Bristol Rural
Ss Philip and Jacob, Bristol, 5 April 2014
  1. Swindon
  2. Tewkesbury. CB
  3. Bristol
  4. Stroud
  5. Wotton under Edge
  6. Cirencester
  7. Gloucester
  8. Chippenham
  9. Bristol Rural
Ashchurch, 13 April 2013
  1. Tewkesbury
  2. Bristol. CB
  3. Cheltenham
  4. Wotton under Edge
  5. Gloucester
  6. Stroud
  7. Cirencester
  8. Bristol Rural
  9. Chippenham
  10. Forest
Quedgeley, 21 April 2012
  1. Swindon
  2. Bristol
  3. Gloucester
  4. Cirencester
  5. Tewkesbury
  6. Cheltenham
  7. Chippenham
  8. Stroud
  9. Forest
Bisley, 9 April 2011
  1. Gloucester
  2. Bristol
  3. Swindon
  4. Cheltenham
  5. Cirencester
  6. Tewkesbury
  7. Stroud
  8. Chippenham
Dursley, 17 April 2010
  1. Tewkesbury
  2. Gloucester
  3. Bristol
  4. Swindon
  5. Wotton under Edge
  6. Chippenham
  7. Cirencester
  8. Cheltenham
  9. Stroud
  10. North Cotswold
Warmley, 25 April 2009
  1. Gloucester
  2. Wotton under Edge
  3. Tewkesbury
  4. Cirencester
  5. Swindon
  6. Bristol
  7. Cheltenham
  8. Bristol Rural
  9. Chippenham
  10. North Cotswold
Bourton on the Water, 5 April 2008
  1. Gloucester
  2. Swindon
  3. Cirencester
  4. Wotton-under-Edge
  5. Tewkesbury
  6. Cheltenham
  7. Bristol
  8. Stroud
  9. Chippenham
  10. North Cotswold
St Briavels, 21 April 2007
  1. Swindon
  2. Cirencester
  3. Wotton-under-Edge
  4. Tewkesbury
  5. Cheltenham
  6. Chippenham
  7. Gloucester
  8. Bristol
  9. Stroud
Wanborough, 8 April 2006
  1. Cheltenham
  2. Swindon
  3. Wotton-under-Edge
  4. Tewkesbury
  5. Gloucester
  6. Chippenham
  7. Cirencester
  8. North Cotswold
  9. Stroud
Cirencester Watermoor, 9 April 2005
  1. Swindon
  2. Tewkesbury
  3. Cirencester
  4. Cheltenham
  5. Chippenham
  6. Wotton-under-Edge
  7. Gloucester
Leckhampton, 24 April 2004
  1. Swindon
  2. Chippenham
  3. Cheltenham
  4. Gloucester
  5. Tewkesbury
  6. Wotton-under-Edge
  7. Cirencester
  8. Bristol Rural
Tetbury, 26 April 2003
  1. Swindon
  2. Wotton-under-Edge
  3. Cheltenham
  4. Chippenham
  5. Cirencester
  6. Tewkesbury
  7. North Cotswold
  8. Bristol Rural
  9. Gloucester
Bristol Cathedral, 13 April 2002
  1. Swindon
  2. Wotton-under-Edge
  3. Bristol
  4. Tewkesbury
  5. Cheltenham
  6. Bristol Rural
  7. Gloucester
  8. Chippenham
  9. Cirencester
Quedgeley, 28 April 2001
  1. Swindon
  2. Chippenham
  3. Gloucester
  4. Tewkesbury
  5. Cheltenham
  6. Bristol Rural
  7. Wotton-under-Edge
  8. Cirencester
  9. North Cotswold
Swindon St Marks, 20 May 2000
  1. Wotton-under-Edge
  2. Tewkesbury
  3. Bristol Rural
  4. Gloucester
  5. Cheltenham
  6. Cirencester
  7. Swindon
Mitcheldean, May 1999
  1. Gloucester
  2. unknown
  3. unknown
  4. Cheltenham
? others
Wotton under Edge, May 1998
  1. Wotton under Edge
  2. unknown
  3. Cheltenham
? others
Prestbury, May 1997
  1. Gloucester
  2. unknown
  3. unknown
  4. Cheltenham
? others
St Mary de Crypt, Gloucester, May 1996
  1. Cheltenham
? others
Mickleton, May 1995
  1. Wotton under Edge
? others
Leckhampton, 14 May 1994
  1. Wotton-under-Edge
  2. Northavon
  3. Cheltenham
7 others
Warmley and Bitton, 8 May 1993
  1. Bristol
  2. Northavon
  3. unknown
  4. unknown
  5. Cheltenham
3 others
Upton St Leonards, May 1992
  1. Bristol
  2. unknown
  3. Cheltenham
? others
Bisley, 18 May 1991
  1. Bristol
  2. Wotton under Edge
9 others
Tetbury, 12 May 1990
  1. Bristol
  2. Cheltenham. Ringing Masters Award
9 others
Cirencester Watermoor, 20 May 1989
  1. Bristol
  2. Northavon
  3. Wotton
  4. unknown
  5. unknown
  6. unknown
  7. Cheltenham
8 others
Coalpit Heath, May 1988
  1. Bristol
  2. Northavon
8 others
Hempsted, 10 May 1987
  1. Bristol
  2. Cheltenham
  3. unknown
? others
Swindon St Marks, 10 May 1986
  1. Northavon
  2. unknown
  3. unknown
  4. unknown
  5. unknown
  6. Cheltenham
6 others
Barnwood, 18 May 1985
  1. Bristol
11 others
Malmesbury, May 1984
  1. Wotton under Edge
  2. unknown
  3. unknown
  4. unknown
  5. Cheltenham
? others
?, May 1983
  1. Bristol
  2. unknown
  3. Cheltenham
? others
Bisley, May 1982
  1. Bristol
  2. Cheltenham
? others
Warmley, May 1981
  1. Bristol
  2. unknown
  3. Cheltenham
? others
Leckhampton, 13 September 1980
  1. Bristol
  2. Swindon
  3. unknown
  4. Cheltenham
8 others
Upton St Leonards, 1 April 1978
  1. Swindon. Winners of the Chairman's Gavel
  2. Cheltenham
? others

The 6 bell Striking Competition, for the Croome Trophy

This competition is entered by the winners of the Branch striking competitions. The tower and branch are therefore identified. RMC = Ringing Master's Clapper, awarded for meritorious performances. From 1987-89 the clapper was automatically awarded to the second placed band. There are two of these as from 1998. GPT = Great Peter Trophy: awarded to the third placed band in 2011-2012, since 2013 this has been awarded to the second placed band. LPT = Littledean and Purton Trophy: awarded to the second placed band in 2011-2012, it has since 2013 been awarded to the runner up in the Tower of the Year competition. CB = Chairman's Baldric: awarded to the fourth placed band in 2011-2012, it is now awarded to the second placed band in the Penn Trophy competition.

2001 was the first year when the 6 bell striking competition took place on AGM day. Prior to this, and from its inauguration in 1968 a date in September or early October was used. There was no competition in 2000 due to the petrol crisis.

These results are almost complete; many thanks are due to Frank Byrne for collecting the data which first appeared in the 2000 Annual Report.

Hewelsfield, 6 April 2019
  1. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  2. St Marks, Swindon GPT
  3. St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol
  4. Coalpit Heath, Bristol Rural. RMC
  5. Cheltenham Minster, Cheltenham
  6. Chipping Sodbury, Wotton-under-Edge
  7. Corsham, Chippenham. RMC
  8. Cirencester, Cirencester
  9. Minchinhampton, Stroud
  10. Brockworth, Gloucester
South Marston, 14 April 2018
  1. Redcliffe, Bristol
  2. Cirencester, Cirencester. GPT
  3. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  4. Bisley, Stroud
  5. Brockworth, Gloucester
  6. Chippenham St Andrew, Chippenham
  7. Leckhampton, Cheltenham
  8. St Marks, Swindon. RMC
  9. Chipping Sodbury, Wotton-under-Edge. RMC
  10. Dyrham, Bristol Rural
Compton Abdale, 1 April 2017
  1. Bisley, Stroud
  2. St Marks, Swindon. GPT
  3. Cirencester, Cirencester
  4. Charlton Kings, Cheltenham
  5. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  6. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  7. Brockworth, Gloucester. RMC
  8. Frampton Cotterell, Bristol Rural. RMC
Woolstone, 9 April 2016
  1. St Mary, Bristol
  2. Bisley, Stroud. GPT
  3. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge. RMC
  4. Christ Church, Swindon
  5. St Mary, Cheltenham
  6. Cirencester, Cirencester
  7. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  8. Corsham, Chippenham
  9. Great Rissington, North Cotswold. RMC
  10. Barnwood, Gloucester
  11. Mangotsfield, Bristol Rural
Langley Burrell, 18 April 2015
  1. St Stephen, Bristol
  2. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury. GPT
  3. Charlton Kings, Cheltenham
  4. Wanborough, Swindon
  5. Cirencester, Cirencester. RMC
  6. Wotton-under-Edge, Wotton-under-Edge
  7. Churchdown, Gloucester
  8. St Andrew, Chippenham
  9. Tytherington, Bristol Rural. RMC
  10. Bisley, Stroud
Southville, 5 April 2014
  1. St Stephen, Bristol
  2. Charlton Kings, Cheltenham. GPT
  3. Bisley, Stroud
  4. Purton, Swindon. RMC
  5. Coalpit Heath, Bristol Rural
  6. Dursley, Wotton under Edge. RMC
  7. Cirencester, Cirencester
  8. Brockworth, Gloucester
  9. Lacock, Chippenham
  10. Twyning, Tewkesbury
  11. Redmarley d'Abitot, Forest
Twyning, 13 April 2013
  1. Redcliffe, Bristol
  2. Dursley, Wotton under Edge. GPT
  3. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  4. Mickleton, North Cotswold. RMC
  5. Churchdown, Gloucester
  6. Cirencester, Cirencester
  7. Christ Church, Swindon
  8. Charlton Kings, Cheltenham
  9. Bisley, Stroud
  10. Westerley, Bristol Rural. RMC
  11. Newent, Forest
Moreton Valence, 21 April 2012
  1. Redcliffe, Bristol
  2. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury. LPT
  3. Christ Church, Swindon. GPT
  4. Dursley, Wotton under Edge. CB
  5. Lacock, Chippenham. RMC
  6. St Mary, Cheltenham
  7. Bisley, Stroud
  8. Barnwood, Gloucester
  9. Frampton Cotterell, Bristol Rural

Sadly disqualified: Newent, Forest. RMC

Chalford, 9 April 2011
  1. Dursley, Wotton under Edge
  2. Redcliffe, Bristol. LPT
  3. Chedworth, Cirencester. GPT
  4. Coalpit Heath, Bristol Rural. CB (joint)
  5. Mickleton, North Cotswold. CB (joint)
  6. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  7. Leckhampton, Cheltenham
  8. Barnwood, Gloucester
  9. Bisley, Stroud. RMC
  10. St Andrew, Chippenham
  11. Purton, Swindon. RMC
Coaley, 17 April 2010
  1. Charlton Kings, Cheltenham
  2. Dursley, Wotton under Edge
  3. St Andrew, Chippenham
  4. Redcliffe, Bristol
  5. Wanborough, Swindon
  6. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  7. Cirencester, Cirencester
  8. Barnwood, Gloucester. RMC
  9. Westerleigh, Bristol Rural. RMC
  10. Mickleton, North Cotswold
  11. Leonard Stanley, Stroud
Syston, 25 April 2009
  1. Redcliffe, Bristol
  2. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  3. Chedworth, Cirencester. RMC
  4. Dursley, Wotton under Edge
  5. Churchdown, Gloucester
  6. St Marks, Cheltenham
  7. St Andrew, Chippenham
  8. Thornbury, Bristol Rural
  9. Mickleton, North Cotswold
  10. Christ Church, Swindon. RMC
  11. Painswick, Stroud
Lower Slaughter, 5 April 2008
  1. Redcliffe, Bristol
  2. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  3. Cathedral, Gloucester
  4. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury. RMC
  5. Chedworth, Cirencester
  6. St Andrew, Chippenham
  7. Leonard Stanley, Stroud
  8. Mickleton, North Cotswold
  9. Almondsbury, Bristol Rural. RMC
  10. Purton, Swindon
  11. Leckhampton, Cheltenham
Hewelsfield, 21 April 2007
  1. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  2. St Andrew, Chippenham
  3. Cirencester, Cirencester. RMC
  4. Cathedral, Gloucester
  5. Redcliffe, Bristol
  6. Westerleigh, Bristol Rural
  7. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  8. Leonard Stanley, Stroud. RMC
  9. Badgeworth, Cheltenham
  10. Mickleton, North Cotswold
  11. Christ Church, Swindon
Hannington, 8 April 2006
  1. Charlton Kings, Cheltenham
  2. Redcliffe, Bristol
  3. Churchdown, Gloucester
  4. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  5. Leonard Stanley, Stroud. RMC
  6. Coalpit Heath, Bristol Rural
  7. Cirencester, Cirencester
  8. Christ Church, Swindon
  9. Mickleton, North Cotswold. RMC
  10. North Nibley, Wotton-under-Edge. RMC
  11. Lacock, Chippenham
Hatherop, 9 April 2005
  1. Charlton Kings, Cheltenham
  2. Redcliffe, Bristol
  3. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  4. Christ Church, Swindon
  5. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  6. Brockworth, Gloucester. RMC
  7. Leonard Stanley, Stroud
  8. Westerleigh, Bristol Rural. RMC
  9. Cirencester, Cirencester
  10. Corsham, Chippenham
Badgeworth, 24 April 2004
  1. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  2. Redcliffe, Bristol
  3. Charlton Kings, Cheltenham. RMC
  4. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  5. Cirencester, Cirencester
  6. St Andrew, Chippenham. RMC
  7. Leonard Stanley, Stroud
  8. Westerleigh, Bristol Rural
  9. Churchdown, Gloucester
  10. Swindon Christ Church, Swindon
Sherston, 26 April 2003
  1. Cathedral, Bristol
  2. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  3. Barnwood, Gloucester
  4. Purton, Swindon. RMC
  5. Badgeworth, Cheltenham. RMC
  6. Cirencester, Cirencester
  7. Corsham, Chippenham
  8. Pebworth, North Cotswold
  9. Leonard Stanley, Stroud
  10. Twyning, Tewkesbury
  11. Westerleigh, Bristol Rural
Bristol, St Michael-on-the-Mount, Without, 13 April 2002
  1. Cathedral, Bristol
  2. Christ Church, Swindon
  3. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  4. St Mary, Cheltenham
  5. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  6. Sherston, Chippenham
  7. Barnwood, Gloucester. RMC
  8. Cirencester, Cirencester
  9. Thornbury, Bristol Rural. RMC
  10. Leonard Stanley, Stroud
Barnwood, 28 April 2001
  1. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  2. St Mary, Cheltenham
  3. Redcliffe, Bristol
  4. Sherston, Chippenham. RMC
  5. Barnwood, Gloucester
  6. Wanborough, Swindon
  7. Berkeley, Wotton-under-Edge. RMC
  8. Cirencester, Cirencester
  9. Leonard Stanley, Stroud
  10. Westerleigh, Bristol Rural
  11. Bourton-on-the-Water, North Cotswold
Churchdown, 18 September 1999
  1. Redcliffe, Bristol
  2. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  3. Barnwood, Gloucester
  4. Charlton Kings, Cheltenham
  5. Wanborough, Swindon. RMC
  6. Mickleton, North Cotswold
  7. Thornbury, Bristol Rural
  8. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  9. Cirencester, Cirencester
  10. St Andrew, Chippenham
  11. Leonard Stanley, Stroud. RMC
Swindon Village, 19 September 1998
  1. St Stephen, Bristol
  2. Sherston, Chippenham
  3. Barnwood, Gloucester
  4. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  5. Charlton Kings, Cheltenham
  6. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  7. St Mark, Swindon
  8. Westerleigh, Bristol Rural
  9. South Cerney, Cirencester. RMC
  10. Bourton on the Water, North Cotswold. RMC
Stoke Bishop, 20 September 1997
  1. St Stephen, Bristol
  2. St Mark, Swindon
  3. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  4. St Mary, Cheltenham
  5. Cirencester, Cirencester
  6. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury. RMC
  7. Barnwood, Gloucester
  8. Syston, Bristol Rural
  9. Sherston, Chippenham
South Cerney, 21 September 1996
  1. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  2. Christ Church, Swindon
  3. Sherston, Chippenham
  4. St Mary, Cheltenham
  5. St Stephen, Bristol
  6. Hempsted, Gloucester
  7. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  8. Stroud, Stroud. RMC
  9. Ampney Crucis, Cirencester
Horsley, September 1995
  1. Cathedral, Bristol
  2. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  3. Cirencester, Cirencester
  4. Christ Church, Swindon
  5. Charlton Kings, Cheltenham
  6. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  7. Malmesbury, Chippenham
  8. Barnwood, Gloucester
Sadly disqualified: Stroud, Stroud
Pebworth, September 1994
  1. Christ Church, Swindon
  2. Redcliffe, Bristol
  3. Lacock, Chippenham. RMC
  4. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  5. St Mary, Cheltenham
  6. Frampton Cotterell, Northavon
  7. Haresfield, Stroud
  8. South Cerney, Cirencester
  9. Barnwood, Gloucester
  10. Twyning, Tewkesbury
  11. Mickleton, North Cotswold
Lacock, September 1993
  1. Redcliffe, Bristol
  2. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  3. St Mary, Cheltenham
  4. St Mary-de-Crypt, Gloucester. RMC
  5. Pebworth, North Cotswold
  6. Christ Church, Swindon
  7. Malmesbury, Chippenham
  8. Coalpit Heath, Northavon
  9. Cirencester, Cirencester
  10. Twyning, Tewkesbury
  11. Stroud, Stroud
Withington, September 1992
  1. Cathedral, Bristol
  2. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  3. Charlton Kings, Cheltenham
  4. St Mary-de-Crypt, Gloucester
  5. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  6. Wroughton, Swindon
  7. Mickleton, North Cotswold
  8. Lacock, Chippenham
  9. Cirencester, Cirencester. RMC
  10. Frampton Cotterell, Northavon
  11. Leonard Stanley, Stroud
Tytherington, 21 September 1991
  1. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  2. Mickleton, North Cotswold
  3. Quedgeley, Gloucester. RMC
  4. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  5. Frampton Cotterell, Northavon
  6. Lacock, Chippenham. RMC
  7. Ampney Crucis, Cirencester
  8. Leonard Stanley, Stroud
Sadly disqualified: Cathedral, Bristol
Tirley, September 1990
  1. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  2. Redcliffe, Bristol
  3. Charlton Kings, Cheltenham
  4. St Mark, Swindon
  5. Pebworth, North Cotswold
  6. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  7. Lacock, Chippenham
  8. Leonard Stanley, Stroud
  9. South Cerney, Cirencester
  10. Barnwood, Gloucester. RMC
  11. Filton, Northavon
Minety, 9 September 1989
  1. Cathedral, Bristol
  2. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge. RMC
  3. Thornbury, Northavon
  4. Christ Church, Swindon
  5. Charlton Kings, Cheltenham
  6. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  7. Lacock, Chippenham
  8. Cathedral, Gloucester
  9. Todenham, North Cotswold
  10. Leonard Stanley, Stroud
  11. Longhope, Forest
Huntley, 10 September 1988
  1. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  2. Charlton Kings, Cheltenham. RMC
  3. Cathedral, Bristol
  4. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  5. Lacock, Chippenham. RMC
  6. Christ Church, Swindon
  7. Frampton Cotterell, Northavon
  8. Barnwood, Gloucester
  9. Bourton on the Water, North Cotswold
  10. South Cerney, Cirencester
  11. Leonard Stanley, Stroud
  12. Westbury on Severn, Forest
Saintbury, 12 September 1987
  1. Cathedral, Bristol
  2. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge. RMC
  3. St Paul, Chippenham
  4. Charlton Kings, Cheltenham
  5. Thornbury, Northavon
  6. Wroughton, Swindon
  7. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  8. Brockworth, Gloucester
  9. Westbury, Forest
  10. Chipping Campden, North Cotswold
  11. Stroud, Stroud
  12. South Cerney, Cirencester
Wickwar, 13 September 1986
  1. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury. RMC
  2. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  3. Almondsbury, Northavon
  4. Cathedral, Bristol
  5. St Mary, Cheltenham
  6. Brockworth, Gloucester
  7. (unknown)
  8. Malmesbury, Chippenham
  9. (unknown)
  10. South Cerney, Cirencester
Stoke Bishop, September 1985
  1. Redcliffe, Bristol
  2. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  3. Coalpit Heath, Northavon
  4. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  5. Stroud, Stroud
  6. Cathedral, Gloucester
  7. Cheltenham St Mary, Cheltenham
  8. Malmesbury, Chippenham. RMC
  9. South Cerney, Cirencester
  10. (unknown), Forest
Frampton on Severn, 8 September 1984
  1. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  2. Christ Church, Swindon
  3. Redcliffe, Bristol
  4. St Mary, Cheltenham
  5. St Andrew, Chippenham. RMC
  6. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  7. Almondsbury, Northavon
  8. Stroud, Stroud
  9. Upton St Leonards, Gloucester
  10. Ebrington, North Cotswold
  11. St John, Cirencester
Nettleton, 10 September 1983
  1. St Michael on the Mount, Bristol
  2. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  3. Christ Church, Swindon
  4. Coalpit Heath, Northavon. RMC
  5. Charlton Kings, Cheltenham
  6. Cathedral, Gloucester
  7. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  8. Tetbury, Chippenham
  9. Hewelsfield, Forest
  10. Stroud, Stroud
  11. Ebrington, North Cotswold
North Cerney, 11 September 1982
  1. Cathedral, Bristol
  2. Bisley, Stroud. RMC
  3. Tetbury, Chippenham
  4. St Mary, Cheltenham
  5. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  6. Hewelsfield, Forest
  7. Cathedral, Gloucester
  8. Wroughton, Swindon
  9. St John, Cirencester
  10. (unknown), North Cotswold
  11. Coalpit Heath, Northavon
  12. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
Dyrham, 12 September 1981
  1. Christ Church, Swindon
  2. UBSCR, Bristol
  3. Frampton Cotterell, Northavon
  4. St Mary, Cheltenham
  5. Haresfield, Stroud. RMC
  6. Tetbury, Chippenham
  7. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  8. Cathedral, Gloucester
  9. Hewelsfield, Forest
  10. Watermoor, Cirencester
  11. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  12. Ebrington, North Cotswold
Deerhurst, 13 September 1980
  1. Christ Church, Swindon
  2. Tetbury, Chippenham. RMC
  3. (unknown), Cheltenham
  4. Barnwood, Gloucester
  5. Southville, Bristol
  6. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  7. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  8. (unknown), North Cotswold
  9. Coalpit Heath, Northavon
  10. Lechlade, Cirencester
  11. Lydney, Forest
  12. Minchinhampton, Stroud
Bourton on the Hill, 8 September 1979
  1. Christ Church, Swindon
  2. Tetbury, Chippenham. RMC
  3. Redcliffe, Bristol
  4. Frampton Cotterell, Northavon
  5. Hardwicke, Gloucester
  6. Charlton Kings, Cheltenham
  7. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
Plus 5 others; all 12 branches took part
Stratton St Margaret, 9 September 1978
  1. Cathedral, Bristol
  2. Barnwood, Gloucester
  3. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  4. Mickleton, North Cotswold. RMC
  5. Christ Church, Swindon
  6. Frampton Cotterell, Northavon
  7. Tetbury, Chippenham
  8. Hardwicke, Gloucester
  9. Watermoor, Cirencester
  10. St Mary, Cheltenham
  11. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  12. Longhope, Forest
Awre, 10 September 1977
  1. Cathedral, Bristol
  2. Christ Church, Swindon
  3. Leckhampton, Cheltenham
  4. Tetbury, Chippenham
  5. Barnwood, Gloucester
  6. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  7. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  8. Mickleton, North Cotswold
  9. Lydney, Forest. RMC
  10. Thornbury, Northavon
  11. Stonehouse, Stroud
Winchcombe, 11 September 1976
  1. Cathedral, Bristol
  2. St Mary, Cheltenham
  3. Christ Church, Swindon
  4. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  5. Warmley, Northavon
  6. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  7. Tetbury, Chippenham
  8. Barnwood, Gloucester
  9. Stow on the Wold, North Cotswold. RMC
  10. Lechlade, Cirencester
  11. Lydney, Forest
Lacock, 13 September 1975
  1. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  2. Cathedral, Bristol
  3. St Mary, Cheltenham
  4. Christ Church, Swindon
  5. Shipton Moyne, Chippenham. RMC
  6. Coalpit Heath, Northavon
  7. Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge
  8. Lydney, Forest
  9. Upton St Leonards, Gloucester
  10. Fairford, Cirencester
Minchinhampton, 14 September 1974
  1. Redcliffe, Bristol
  2. Coalpit Heath, Northavon. RMC
  3. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  4. St Mary, Cheltenham
  5. Barnwood, Gloucester
  6. Hardwicke, Stroud
  7. Christ Church, Swindon
  8. Redmarley d'Abitot, Forest
  9. Stinchcombe, Wotton-under-Edge
Sadly disqualified: Chippenham St Andrew, Chippenham
Stinchcombe, 29 September 1973
  1. Christ Church, Swindon
  2. Mitcheldean, Forest
  3. St Ambrose, Bristol
  4. Coalpit Heath, Northavon
  5. St Mary de Crypt, Gloucester
  6. St Mary, Cheltenham
  7. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  8. St Andrew, Chippenham
  9. Stonehouse, Stroud
  10. Stone, Wotton-under-Edge
  11. South Cerney, Cirencester. RMC
Bristol, The Lord Mayor's Chapel, 30 September 1972
  1. Cathedral, Bristol
  2. St Mary de Crypt, Gloucester
  3. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  4. Leckhampton, Cheltenham
  5. Standish, Stroud
  6. Rodbourne Cheney, Swindon
  7. Mitcheldean, Forest
  8. Malmesbury, Chippenham
  9. Thornbury, Bristol Rural
  10. St John, Cirencester
  11. Stinchcombe, Wotton-under-Edge
  12. Broadwell, North Cotswold. RMC
Maisemore, September 1971
  1. Cathedral, Bristol
  2. Mitcheldean, Forest. RMC
  3. St Mary, Cheltenham
  4. Coalpit Heath, Bristol Rural
  5. Malmesbury, Chippenham
  6. Barnwood, Gloucester
  7. Haresfield, Stroud
  8. Bibury, Cirencester
  9. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
Sadly disqualified: Wotton, Wotton-under-Edge & Broadwell, North Cotswold
Wickwar, 3 October 1970
  1. Cathedral, Bristol
  2. St Mary, Cheltenham. RMC
  3. Barnwood, Gloucester
  4. Mitcheldean, Forest
  5. Thornbury, Bristol Rural
  6. Cirencester, Cirencester
  7. Stow on the Wold, North Cotswold
  8. St Andrew, Chippenham
  9. Stonehouse, Stroud
  10. Stone, Wotton-under-Edge
South Cerney, 27 September 1969
  1. Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury
  2. Cathedral, Bristol
  3. Gloucester St Mary de Crypt, Gloucester
  4. Cheltenham St Mary, Cheltenham
  5. Malmesbury, Chippenham
  6. St John, Cirencester
  7. Mitcheldean, Forest. RMC
  8. Thornbury, Bristol Rural
  9. Rodbourne Cheney, Swindon
  10. Stone, Wotton-under-Edge
North Cerney, 9 November 1968
  1. Bristol Cathedral, Bristol
  2. St Mary, Cheltenham
  3. Malmesbury, Chippenham
  4. St Mary de Crypt, Gloucester
  5. Thornbury, Bristol Rural
  6. Lydney, Forest
  7. St John, Cirencester
  8. Haresfield, Stroud
  9. Stone, Wotton-under-Edge. RMC

The Young Persons' Striking Competition, for the Nibley Trophy

No member of any of the bands may be older than 19 on the day of the competition. BT = Barnwood Trophy, awarded to the highest placed band with the most ringers from one tower. This trophy was first awarded in 2008. The competition was held for the first time in 2004, hence the lack of history.

Horsley, 2 July 2011
  1. Band A. BT
  2. Band B
Stone, 27 June 2009
  1. Swindon Branch
  2. 16's and under
  3. 18's and under
  4. Cheltenham & Bristol Rural Branches
  5. The Francesca Cinderey Invitation Band
  6. Random Bandom
  7. Wotton-Under-Edge Branch
  8. 11's and under
  9. Barnwood "1". BT
  10. 12's and under
  11. Barnwood "2"
  12. 14's and under
  13. 14's
  14. English Bicknor & Brockworth
Rodbourne Cheney, 28 June 2008
  1. Swindon Branch 'Pick and Mix'
  2. Wotton-under-Edge Branch and Friends
  3. The Sarah Meaden Invitation Band
  4. The 17's and under
  5. Swindon Branch Girls. BT
  6. Cheltenham Branch and Friends
  7. The 15's and under
  8. The 10's and under
  9. Swindon Branch Boys
  10. The 13's and under
  11. Gloucester Branch
  12. The 11's and under
Wapley, 23 June 2007
  1. Swindon Branch A
  2. The Under 17s
  3. 17s and Over
  4. The Under 14s
  5. The Under 15s
  6. Cheltenham Branch
  7. Stroud Branch
  8. Bristol Rural Branch
  9. Wotton-under-Edge Branch
  10. The Under 13s
  11. The Under 12s
  12. Swindon Branch B
Woolstone, 24 June 2006
  1. Bristol Rural & Forest Branches
  2. Cheltenham Branch
  3. Swindon Branch A
  4. The Under 14s
  5. The Over 14s
  6. The 13s
  7. Swindon Branch B
  8. The Ben Uden Invitation Band
  9. Stroud Branch
  10. The Under 13s
Langley Burrell, 21 May 2005
  1. Cheltenham Branch
  2. The Under 13s
  3. Wotton-under-Edge Branch
  4. The Under 12s
  5. The Under 15s
  6. The Laura Jordan Invitation Band
  7. Bishopstone
  8. The Chris Amys Invitation Band
  9. Wanborough
North Nibley, 22 May 2004
  1. Chippenham Branch
  2. Cheltenham Branch
  3. The Clare Willis Invitation Band
  4. Forest Branch
  5. Dursley
  6. Cirencester Branch
  7. The Under 13s
  8. The Over 11s