Society of Royal Cumberland Youths

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Honorary Librarian

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Paul A Cammiade

Paul learned to ring initially on handbells and left it over a year before starting tower bellringing at Downham, Essex in 1969. It is still his home tower now after 51 years. He has held a number of roles in the Essex Association and served as Master for six years from 1987. He joined the Society in July 1981 and has attended practices on and off over the years depending on work location but regularly since retiring in 2015.

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Please contact Librarian via email in the first instance

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Email: Paul A Cammiade

What does the Honorary Librarian do?

The Society's small library holds a number of books and records of historical interest. The most valuable are in the care of the London Metropolitan Archives. The general collection is housed at St Martin in the Fields and Spitalfields. The Librarian keeps the library catalogue up to date, controls access, and deals with correspondence and enquiries about the library. The Librarian is also responsible for maintaining the inventory of the Society's assets, and providing general assistance to the Trustees.