Other Right Place Surprise Minor Methods
There are ten methods that comply with the original definition of "regular" surprise minor methods,
and that do not include places made "wrong".
Methods closely related to Cambridge: Ipswich, Norfolk and Primrose.
These are all lead end or half lead variations, using either 16 or 56 at the half lead, and 12 or 16 at the lead end.
Hence the structure notes on ringing Cambridge are very relevant.
"Cousins" of Cambridge:, Bourne, Hull.
These methods have Cambridge above the treble and 34 when the treble is in 56, then 3rds place half lead.
So there is some relationship with Cambridge.
Norwich group methods, Westminster, Netherseale, Annable's London and Norwich.
Norwich is a popular method on towerbells being the first "different" method learned after Cambridge.
There is little similarity with Cambridge.
