The British Sundial Society
Promoting the Art and Science of Gnomonics since 1989
Castle Howard and Greenwich Observatory
Fully illustrated explanations
Projects to make your own dials
2. An Oxford Sundial Mystery – Frank H. King
9. New Dials (1)
10. A Craftsman’s Hand Helped Skirlaugh Sundial to Live On – Margaret Ribchester
11. Three Danish Sundials – David Hawker
13. Dialling Tales: The Day That I Said “No” – Christopher Daniel
14. Sundials in the Desert Lands of Central Australia – Marg Folkard & John Ward
17. Promoting the Society – Doug Bateman & Jackie Jones
17. Postcard Potpourri 31. Marsden Park, Nelson – Peter Ransom
18. A Seventeenth-century Halachic Horizontal Sundial by Robert Jole – Maciej Lose
23. Holiday Pictures
24. The Eaton Hall Sundial Pillar. A moving story of deviant orientation – J. Mike Shaw
28. New Dials (2)
29. Book Review – Lester
30. A Calendar Dial for Installation on the Moon – Allan Mills
33. A Vari-purpose Vertical Sundial – John Moir
34. BSS 25th Anniversary Conference, Greenwich, 25-27 April, 2014 – Jim Holland
39. Manchester Railway Dial – JD
40. Unexpected Aspects of Anniversaries, or: Early sundials, widely travelled – Helmut Sonderegger
45. BSS 25th Anniversary Photographic Competition, 2013-14 – Ian Butson
48. New Dials (3)
This is an update to the previous post about the 2014 One Day Meeting. Please note that lectures will start at 10:00, not 11:00 as stated in the previous attachment. The time has been correct in the revised leaflet.
For members who are invited to give talks about sundials or the BSS, or for anyone who wishes to promote the Society’s activities, updated versions of the BSS brochure and flyer are now available for downloading and printing.
|Brochure – two-sided
|Flyer – one-up
|Flyer – two-up
The brochure is two-sided and should be folded in three: if your printer does not handle duplex printing then print one side first, reinsert the paper (typically for inkjet printers the printed side should be uppermost but please do a test print first) and then print side two.
The flyer is available in two sizes: 1-up is A4 or US Letter, 2-up is for bulk use and produces two copies side-by-side on a single sheet with crop marks to help split in half after printing.