Established in 1637, the Society is the premier change ringing society in the City of London, with a national and international membership that promotes excellence in ringing around the world.
Simon S Meyer
Focus method: ORABS, Ariel, Zanussi, and Phobos.
The next business meeting will be held on 13th May at The Counting House, Cornhill.
ALEXANDRA J HAJOK, Worcester
DENNIS A HEWITT, Walthamstow
E G (JEFF) WHITE, Vancouver
A successful Anniversary Dinner was held at the Tower Hotel on 2nd November, attended by 300 members and guests.
A report by Richard Carter, together with some photographs, is available here.
At the November meeting Simon Meyer was elected Master. Graham Bradshaw becomes Immediate Past Master, a post vacated by David Maynard. Katie Town was elected Senior Steward, and Tessa Beadman joined the top table after her election as Junior Steward.
A number of Society members took part in peals in and around Birmingham over the late May bank holiday weekend, organised by the Master and Michael Wilby.
The Society held a country meeting in New York over the first weekend in May.
The Society's informal dinner took place at Davy's, Holborn, on Friday 8th March.
Photos can be found here.
The Society is embarking on a new venture which makes Society polo shirts available for members to order, at a price of £18 each. For each shirt sold a donation of £2.50 will be made to the Society's Bell Restoration Fund.
Further details and an order form can be found on the merchandise page.
26th–27th July 2014
It is proposed to mark the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of war with visits to the graves of members in France and Belgium. Appropriate handbell ringing will take place, and peal attempts in Kent are planned for the Friday. Please contact the Master to register interest.
16th August 2014
This year's Country Meeting will be held in Portsmouth, and will include a dinner aboard HMS Warrior. Details are available here.
17th–30th August 2014
Simon Linford will again be organising a trip for overseas members. Information, including how to sign up for the UK14 email list, is here.
1st November 2014