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ULSCR Fact File

Come and join the rw5391-fpUniversity of London Society of Change Ringers.

The UL “Home Tower” is: St Olaves, Hart St. (near Tower Hill tube station) and our practice nights are Thursdays 1900-2030 (term time) – 6.30pm if you like to ring handbells, followed closely by drinking at a nearby pub! Service ringing is every 1st & 3rd Sunday throughout the year from 1015-1100 followed by Breakfast.

ULSCR was founded just after the end of WWII with the objectives being the promotion of the art & science of change ringing in the University of London & ringing for church services.

Membership is open to all past/present members & employees of any institution or college in London whether you ring already or would like to learn. We welcome all ringing abilities and our active social calendar includes: a wide range of tours, treasure hunts, picnics, handbells, competitions (including the Southern Universities Association weekend), peal/quarter weekends, theatre trips, concerts, parties, dinners, Ringing World infiltration and lots more!

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