2019 Annual Meeting


Welcome to London 2019, the Central Council’s annual weekend which this year takes place at Goldsmiths College, London SE14 6NW between Friday 6th and Sunday 8th September.
The programme is open to all ringers and I hope you will find a great deal to interest you, whether it is the social evening on Friday 6th September, the chance to come and discuss the Council’s work on Saturday 7th September, the Mini Roadshow, exhibition and speaker events taking place on Sunday 8th September, or the opportunity to visit St. Paul’s Cathedral and ring at some iconic London churches.
There is no charge to take part in the Council’s annual meeting on Saturday 7th September and no charge for ringers under the age of 18 to attend the Mini Roadshow on Sunday 8th September.

Elsewhere we have done our best to keep costs at reasonable levels and there is a registration fee of £12 for those over 18 attending the Mini-Roadshow on Sunday 8th September to offset some of the costs of organising the event.

To register, simply use the link below.  If you plan to come for more than one day, you can also find below details of nearby accommodation.

On behalf of the Central Council I look forward to welcoming you to Goldsmiths and hope that you find it an informative and inspiring weekend.

David Kirkcaldy
Deputy President , Central Council
Chair of the London 2019 Organising Committee.

Programme Highlights

Friday 6th September

  • Afternoon ringing at City churches and other London towers
  • Guided tours of St Paul’s Cathedral ringing room and belfry kindly organised by the St. Paul’s Cathedral Guild of Ringers
  • Hot buffet supper at Goldsmiths College followed by an informal quiz evening with a difference.

Saturday 7th September

  • Central Council Workgroup presentations at Goldsmiths College – come and find out how you can contribute to the Council’s work on tower stewardship, recruitment, education,  heritage, technology and composition.
  • The Ringing World Annual General Meeting
  • The 2019 Council Meeting
  • Act of Worship and Celebration
  • President’s Reception & Annual Dinner

Sunday 8th September

  • Service ringing at City churches and other London towers
  • Mini-roadshow with trade stands, demonstrations, speaker events and the chance to try out mini rings and training bells.  Including contributions from Steve Coleman, Bill Hibbert, Simon Linford, Alan Regin, Guildford Young Ringers and Marcus Booth from Ecclesiastical Insurance.

Getting in touch

To get in touch with any suggestions, requests or offers of help, please email the organising team at London2019Events@cccbr.org.uk

2019 Meeting Papers