The Faraday Guild

The Faraday Guild was formed in November 1984 by a group of bell ringers working in the Electricity Supply Industry. Following a quarter peal by ringers from Eastern Electricity, a meeting was held in Hertfordshire to which Supply Industry ringers from around the country were invited. Initially known as the ESI Ringers' Guild, Pat Moreland suggested the name Faraday Guild in December 1985. We normally meet in the Spring and Autumn for an outing organised by a member of the Guild. These are one day or weekend meetings and are usually in Great Britain although we have ventured to Dublin and the Channel Islands.

The membership requirements are not at all rigorous: many of our active members are retired from the Supply Industry or have moved on to other jobs. And friends and partners are most welcome to join us for meetings. We are always happy to welcome new members. Please contact us if you are interested.


South Gloucestershire in the Spring

The next meeting is planned for the South Gloucestershire area on Saturday 24 March. Watch your inbox for further details from Gordon.

In the meantime (and a bit early) best wishes to all members for Christmas and the New Year!

Updated: 2017-11-11 15:40:51