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!


26/01/2008: Winter Tour 2008
To avoid confusion, it had been decided that the tour formerly known as the “Freshers’ Tour II” would henceforth be called the Winter Tour. Helen Saddleton volunteered to organise the…
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…