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The 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 …

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Learn to Ring

If you would like more information about learning to ring, please email: newmember. Alternatively, please view our Calendar & also the locations of Where & When we ring. …see also: www.universityringing.org: Ringing Myths Exploded. Ringing is great fun! There are about 40,000 bellringers in the UK, and 40,000 people can’t be wrong! And with that …

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SUA 2014

Since the fi rst in 1979, the SUA has established itself in the diaries of all university change ringing societies in the south of England. Just as the NUA has for the north. In fact, the UL dominated the early years, of the SUA, winning seven in a row before coming 3rd in 1986. This year …

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The Ringing World 5391

(…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 fewer than 16 teams enter …

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Tewkesbury Shield 2014

Saturday 3 May dawned bright and early though clearly too early for some. Al our travel plans worked smoothly and all 10 of us reached Tewkesbury with plenty of time for breakfast in The Royal Hop Pole Weatherspoon’s. The touch that had been designated for this years’ competition was Spliced Plain and Little Bob Royal, …

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