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Garter hole

Hole in the bell wheel, hrough which the rope passes and is attached to the spokes of the bell wheel

Garter Hole


A commonly rung twin hunt method, rung on an odd number of bells.

Grandsire triples

A very commonly rung twin hunt method, rung on 7 bells, usually with a cover bell (tenor)


Diagram showing a method using a line for every bell (not numbers). It is a way of visualising the structure of the method and understanding how the different pieces of work fit together. Often only one lead is shown.


A gudgeon is a metal shaft attached to the ends of the headstock,  forming an axle on which the bell swings.