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
Thanks to B. Tomas Johansson for providing a paper on the use of vectors and projections as a efficient way of describing 3D objects and hence of general use for sundials. The full paper can be read here.
Visitors are reminded that we are always on the look-out for sundial-related articles that can be publicised in this way. The current list is available here. and material for possible contributions would be welcomed by firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are again meeting at Sutton Hall, Stockcross, Newbury RG20 8LN (directions below).
Exhibits – Talks – Bookstall
Beautiful country village setting. Plenty of free parking. Modernised village hall with ample space, tables and chairs for all your interesting displays (indoors and outside) of sundials, models, photos etc. Please include a card with your name on any displays.
Please bring something along:
- Dials: finished, or in progress
Speakers welcome – 10-minute talks / demos. Please e-mail David Pawley with suggestions for talks, ideally before mid-September 2015 if possible.
Despite assurances prior to 25th May that our hosting company would be fully GDPR compliant, we have not yet received the necessary confirmation from them. Accordingly, in order to ensure the Society’s continued compliance, we have taken the decision to temporarily suspend access to the members area We hope to restore access as soon as possible, in the meantime the remainder of the site is fully available as usual.
Following discussion at the Oxford Conference, the BSS Discussion Forum has been set up to allow members to discuss all aspects of the Society. The link can also be found under the Members Area menu item.
Please note that as this is intended for discussion about the Society, access is limited to members only and you will have to log in to use it. Let the conversation begin!
Booking for the 2018 Conference can now be performed online, whether using Paypal or other forms of payment. To book your place, please visit The BSS 2018 Conference Booking Page.
The BSS Photo Competition is now open for entrants. All the entries will be displayed at the 2018 Conference in Norwich where the winners will be chosen by the delegates.
Previous entries and winners can be seen here. Good luck!
Please click Read More to see the full competition rules (or view, download or print them here) and note that each entry must be accompanied by a completed Entry Form, available here.