Here you'll find the details of all the Peals (6), Half Peals (2) and Quarter Peals (274) in which I've participated – including the only one of my many performances (to my knowledge) for which a professionally signwritten peal board was produced. It's pictured below laying on a table in the Ringing Room at Bath Abbey shortly after delivery, and before being fixed onto the wall alongside others dating back hundreds of years.
For the benefit of anyone not au fait with the jargon, a Peal comprises around 5,040 changes (steps between different rows, in which the bells each sound once in turn) and usually takes about 3 hours to ring – non-stop. Half Peals and Quarter Peals are hopefully largely self-explanatory. So even if you haven't got a clue what Reverse Canterbury Pleasure Place Doubles means, hopefully you'll be able to appreciate the significance of these performances, and – considering the amount of concentration and physical ringing involved – maybe also understand why I've rung far more Quarter Peals than anything else!
For a very basic introduction to some of the terminology used, you might find my article All About Quarter Peals to be of some help.