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Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Tuesday's graduation ringing

Today we rang five half-hour sessions for the graduation ceremonies at the University of St Andrews. The weather kept threatening rain but in the end it was dry and mild, if a bit breezy.

Above: The procession after Graduation, from the Younger Hall along North Street to St Salvator's quad. we don't usually see this as we are all up in the tower ringing at this point. 

Above: Leading the procession, the bedels carrying the University's three 15th century silver-gilt maces

Above: Some of  today's ringers

Above: St Salvator's tower, with the University banner flying from the flag pole

We start again tomorrow at 9am.

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