Monday, 26 April 2021

Stats

Been a while, I know, Easter and stuff got in the way. So here is the graph. I would definitely drop marks if I were marking this myself... neevr draw graphs in pen, boys! How I forget my own advice!


So the numbers are going up, but...

Tuesday, 30 March 2021

Holy Week Ceremonies

 


Statistics for weekend 20/21 March

 The Mass figures for the weekend March 20/21


The figure in brackets the lower end of how many 'units' can attend. A unit can be one single person, or a whole family/household/bubble - or even those who have travelled together in the same car. So the figure in the brackets can increase. So in Shepton it may be only that 40 single people attend, but if they are in bubbles/families/households/cars, then the number can be much larger.

NOTE: some Mass times have changed.

Wells Saturday 6.00pm - 35 (34) - up 2
Glastonbury Saturday 6.00pm - 32 (50) - down 5
Cheddar Sunday 9.00am - 17 (25) - down 12
Shepton Sunday 9.00am -32 (40) - no change
Wells Sunday 10.30am - 46 (34) - up 3
Glastonbury Sunday 10.30am - 50 (50) - up 12
Cheddar Sunday 11am - 20 (25) - 
Glastonbury Sunday 12.15 - 47 (50) - up 6



Our numbers this weekend were up 19 on the weekend before over the four parishes. 

Since "Lockdown 2" the numbers have been 262, 271, 258, 226, 213, 216, 218, 161, 189, 176, 201, 252, 259, 237, 244.

279 people came to Mass in total this weekend. Our Mass figures would normally have been 573. We are running at 48%.



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Data based on four point simple rolling average: 267




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[For those interested in statistical analysis, I have started using a four point simple rolling average. This should iron out statistical inconsistencies and give a clearer view of the trends within the four parishes as a whole. If for whatever reason the numbers are inflated or deflated for one weekend, four point rolling averages help to level out these outliers.]

Monday, 22 March 2021

Curing gambling in the young

 


How to cure school boys of gambling. It was simple statistics. Coins in a bag, probabitity of getting over a certain amount. As you can see all 7 bet 10 euros. 

All 7 lost.


A happy double Maths lesson. 


Thursday, 18 March 2021

Clever spoon


 

Very clever spoon. You rest it on the lip of the jar, so that is doesn't mess up the table, or plate, and if it drips, then it drips back into the jar.

I saw this in France. 

Monday, 15 March 2021

Statistics for the weekend of 13/14 March

The Mass figures for the weekend March 6/7


The figure in brackets the lower end of how many 'units' can attend. A unit can be one single person, or a whole family/household/bubble - or even those who have travelled together in the same car. So the figure in the brackets can increase. So in Shepton it may be only that 40 single people attend, but if they are in bubbles/families/households/cars, then the number can be much larger.

NOTE: some Mass times have changed.

Wells Saturday 6.00pm - 33 (34) - down 8
Glastonbury Saturday 6.00pm - 37 (50) - up 3
Cheddar Sunday 9.00am - 29 (25) - down 4
Shepton Sunday 9.00am - 41 (40) - up 6
Wells Sunday 10.30am - 43 (34) - down 4
Glastonbury Sunday 10.30am - 38 (50) - down 6
Cheddar Sunday 11am - 0 (25) - no data
Glastonbury Sunday 12.15 - 41 (50) - up 4



Our numbers this weekend were down 9 on the weekend before over the four parishes. 

Since "Lockdown 2" the numbers have been 271, 258, 226, 213, 216, 218, 161, 189, 176, 201, 252, 259, 237, 244.

262 people came to Mass in total this weekend. Our Mass figures would normally have been 573. We are running at 45%.



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Data based on four point simple rolling average: 254




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[For those interested in statistical analysis, I have started using a four point simple rolling average. This should iron out statistical inconsistencies and give a clearer view of the trends within the four parishes as a whole. If for whatever reason the numbers are inflated or deflated for one weekend, four point rolling averages help to level out these outliers.]

Sunday, 14 March 2021

A Puzzle



 A monk tries to work out who stole the wall of the Chapter House...


*** SPOILER - It was Henry VIII ***

Saturday, 13 March 2021

Bulletin of the weekend of 13/14 March






 

Nice picture


 In Bologna

Statistics fro March 6/7

 The Mass figures for the weekend March 6/7


The figure in brackets the lower end of how many 'units' can attend. A unit can be one single person, or a whole family/household/bubble - or even those who have travelled together in the same car. So the figure in the brackets can increase. So in Shepton it may be only that 40 single people attend, but if they are in bubbles/families/households/cars, then the number can be much larger.

NOTE: some Mass times have changed.

Wells Saturday 6.00pm - 41 (34) - no change
Glastonbury Saturday 6.00pm - 34 (50) - down 16
Cheddar Sunday 9.00am - 33 (25) - up 11
Shepton Sunday 9.00am - 35 (40) - down 3
Wells Sunday 10.30am - 47 (34) - up 20
Glastonbury Sunday 10.30am - 44 (50) - up 5
Cheddar Sunday 11am - 0 (25) - SUSPENDED
Glastonbury Sunday 12.15 - 37 (50) - down 3



Our numbers this weekend were up 13 on the weekend before over the four parishes. 

Since "Lockdown 2" the numbers have been 258, 226, 213, 216, 218, 161, 189, 176, 201, 252, 259, 237, 244.

271 people came to Mass in total this weekend. Our Mass figures would normally have been 573. We are running at 47%.



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Data based on four point simple rolling average: 242




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[For those interested in statistical analysis, I have started using a four point simple rolling average. This should iron out statistical inconsistencies and give a clearer view of the trends within the four parishes as a whole. If for whatever reason the numbers are inflated or deflated for one weekend, four point rolling averages help to level out these outliers.]

Monday, 1 March 2021

Stats for 27/28 Feb - Turning the Tide?

The Mass figures for the weekend February 27/28


The figure in brackets the lower end of how many 'units' can attend. A unit can be one single person, or a whole family/household/bubble - or even those who have travelled together in the same car. So the figure in the brackets can increase. So in Shepton it may be only that 40 single people attend, but if they are in bubbles/families/households/cars, then the number can be much larger.

NOTE: some Mass times have changed.

Wells Saturday 6.00pm - 41 (34) - up 2
Glastonbury Saturday 6.00pm - 50 (50) - up 21
Cheddar Sunday 9.00am - 22 (25) - down 2
Shepton Sunday 9.00am - 38 (40) - up 15
Wells Sunday 10.30am - 27 (34) - up 3
Glastonbury Sunday 10.30am - 39 (50) - down 6
Cheddar Sunday 11am - 0 (25) - SUSPENDED
Glastonbury Sunday 12.15 - 40 (50) - down 2



Our numbers this weekend were up 32 on the weekend before over the four parishes. 

Since "Lockdown 2" the numbers have been 226, 213, 216, 218, 161, 189, 176, 201, 252, 259, 237, 244.

258 people came to Mass in total this weekend. Our Mass figures would normally have been 573. We are running at 45%.



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Data based on four point simple rolling average: 228




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[For those interested in statistical analysis, I have started using a four point simple rolling average. This should iron out statistical inconsistencies and give a clearer view of the trends within the four parishes as a whole. If for whatever reason the numbers are inflated or deflated for one weekend, four point rolling averages help to level out these outliers.]

Thursday, 25 February 2021

Bulletin 20/21 February

 






Nice Picture

 


Just something that has nothing to do with COVID.


Stats for the weekend of 20/21 February



The Mass figures for the weekend February 20/21


The figure in brackets the lower end of how many 'units' can attend. A unit can be one single person, or a whole family/household/bubble - or even those who have travelled together in the same car. So the figure in the brackets can increase. So in Shepton it may be only that 40 single people attend, but if they are in bubbles/families/households/cars, then the number can be much larger.

NOTE: some Mass times have changed.

Wells Saturday 6.00pm - 39 (34) - up 13
Glastonbury Saturday 6.00pm - 29 (50) - up 8
Cheddar Sunday 9.00am - 24 (25) - up 3 
Shepton Sunday 9.00am - 23 (40) - down 11
Wells Sunday 10.30am - 24 (34) - down 5
Glastonbury Sunday 10.30am - 45 (50) - down 2
Cheddar Sunday 11am - 0 (25) - SUSPENDED
Glastonbury Sunday 12.15 - 42 (50) - up 7



Our numbers this weekend were up 13 on the weekend before over the four parishes. 

Since "Lockdown 2" the numbers have been 213, 216, 218, 161, 189, 176, 201, 252, 259, 237, 244.

226 people came to Mass in total this weekend. Our Mass figures would normally have been 573. We are running at 39%.



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Data based on four point simple rolling average: 218




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[For those interested in statistical analysis, I have started using a four point simple rolling average. This should iron out statistical inconsistencies and give a clearer view of the trends within the four parishes as a whole. If for whatever reason the numbers are inflated or deflated for one weekend, four point rolling averages help to level out these outliers.]

Friday, 19 February 2021

Bulletin for the weekend 20/21 February

 




Stats for weekend of 13/14 February

The Mass figures for the weekend February 13/14


The figure in brackets the lower end of how many 'units' can attend. A unit can be one single person, or a whole family/household/bubble - or even those who have travelled together in the same car. So the figure in the brackets can increase. So in Shepton it may be only that 40 single people attend, but if they are in bubbles/families/households/cars, then the number can be much larger.

NOTE: some Mass times have changed.

Wells Saturday 6.00pm - 26 (34) - down 13
Glastonbury Saturday 6.00pm - 21 (50) - down 3
Cheddar Sunday 9.00am - 21 (25) - up 4 
Shepton Sunday 9.00am - 34 (40) - up 8
Wells Sunday 10.30am - 29 (34) - down 3
Glastonbury Sunday 10.30am - 47 (50) - up 4
Cheddar Sunday 11am - 0 (25) - SUSPENDED
Glastonbury Sunday 12.15 - 35 (50) - no change



Our numbers this weekend were down 3 on the weekend before over the four parishes. 

Since "Lockdown 2" the numbers have been 216, 218, 161, 189, 176, 201, 252, 259, 237, 244.

213 people came to Mass in total this weekend. Our Mass figures would normally have been 573. We are running at 37%.



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Data based on four point simple rolling average: 202




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[For those interested in statistical analysis, I have started using a four point simple rolling average. This should iron out statistical inconsistencies and give a clearer view of the trends within the four parishes as a whole. If for whatever reason the numbers are inflated or deflated for one weekend, four point rolling averages help to level out these outliers.]

Thursday, 11 February 2021

Stats for the weekend of February 6/7


The Mass figures for the weekend February 6/7


The figure in brackets the lower end of how many 'units' can attend. A unit can be one single person, or a whole family/household/bubble - or even those who have travelled together in the same car. So the figure in the brackets can increase. So in Shepton it may be only that 40 single people attend, but if they are in bubbles/families/households/cars, then the number can be much larger.

NOTE: some Mass times have changed.

Wells Saturday 6.00pm - 39 (34) - up 6
Glastonbury Saturday 6.00pm - 24 (50) - down 3
Cheddar Sunday 9.00am - 17 (25) - no change 
Shepton Sunday 9.00am - 26 (40) - down 5
Wells Sunday 10.30am - 32 (34) - up 4
Glastonbury Sunday 10.30am - 43 (50) - up 2
Cheddar Sunday 11am - 0 (25) - SUSPENDED
Glastonbury Sunday 12.15 - 35 (50) - down 6



Our numbers this weekend were down 2 on the weekend before over the four parishes. 

Since "Lockdown 2" the numbers have been 218, 161, 189, 176, 201, 252, 259, 237, 244.

216 people came to Mass in total this weekend. Our Mass figures would normally have been 573. We are running at 37%.


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Four point rolling average 196.



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Data based on four point simple rolling average:




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[For those interested in statistical analysis, I have started using a four point simple rolling average. This should iron out statistical inconsistencies and give a clearer view of the trends within the four parishes as a whole. If for whatever reason the numbers are inflated or deflated for one weekend, four point rolling averages help to level out these outliers.]

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