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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!

Recent Posts/News

  • The Ringing World 5391 (22/08/2014)
    (...taken from The Ringing World website) "This week the University of London Society of Change Ringers have taken over the editor’s chair of The Ringing World and this issue showcases the strength and breadth of young people’s ringing in the UK today. The Ringing World National Youth Contest saw no…
  • The marriage of Jennifer Lane and Rupert Littlewood (26/07/2014)
    On Saturday, 26th July 2014 the Staffordshire village of Kinver had only one focus, the wedding of Rupert Littlewood and Jenny Lane. It was the talk of the locals on the High Street in the morning and anyone nearby could not fail to notice the amount of ringing taking place;…
  • The marriage of Jacqueline and Christopher Brown (19/07/2014)
    Saturday, 19th July 2014 was the occasion of the wedding of Jacqueline and Christopher Brown at St Martin of Tours, Epsom. Both Jacqui (née Bale) and Chris are members of the Guildford Guild and the University of London Society of Change Ringers, and ringing played a large role in bringing…