University of London Society of Change Ringers

About

Ringing World - ULSCR editionThe University of London Society of Change Ringers 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.

ULSCR welcomes 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!


08/12/2007: Whitechapel Bell Foundry Visit 2007
In December 2007 The UL went, in the rain, With members from London and Devon, To the East End (train-wise, quite a pain!) Along the Whitechapel Road Beyond the City…
24/11/2007: Annual Dinner: 24th Nov 2007
The dinner weekend started with some stunning UL ringing at Bow. This was followed by a visit to Ye Olde Watling. Much beer was consumed by all, although I wish…
27/10/2007: Freshers’ Tour 2007
My first UL tour was “along the western end of the Piccadilly line”. Being unfamiliar with navigation of public transport I left plenty of time to arrive and obviously got…
24/10/2007: Freshers’ Pub Crawl 2007
After my discovery of the ULSCR and a very enjoyable freshers’ reception I was keen to take part in the freshers’ pub crawl. The thought of quality beer with friendly…