With this being the 75th Anniversary of the ISOB the council have decided to host our AGM in Norwich Cathedral on the weekend of the 18th March 2022. As such the council have also taken the decision to subsidise the weekend so the price will be limited to £50 per head for the weekend. We Read more
“The Council have decided that due to the Covid-19 pandemic, with restricted travel, limitations on numbers gathering indoors and difficulties with hotel accommodation, that it would in our best interest to postpone the AGM which is normally held in March until further notice. I know many of you will be disappointed not to meet as Read more
Notice is hereby given that the Seventy-third Annual General Meeting of The Incorporated Society of Organ Builders will be held at All Hallows Church, Gospel Oak, Savernake Road, London NW3 2JP on Saturday 7th March 2020 at 1.45pm, with a General Meeting to follow at 2.15pm. President Michael Macdonald is looking forward to seeing a Read more
This year our Autumn meeting will be held in Leeds on the weekend commencing Friday the 4th Of October. Two night’s accommodation at Jurys Inn, Bradford. Dinner on Friday and Saturday. Breakfast on Saturday and Sunday. Friday 4th October: Council Meeting 5pm. 7.00pm. Meet in Bar prior to Dinner. Saturday 5th October: 9.00am Coach to Read more
A training day is being organised for Saturday the 27th of July 2019 @10am in the premises of Pipe Organ Services in Melton Mowbray. It will concentrate on all aspects of leatherwork. The cost to members will be £10 per head, with students being free of charge. This course will be limited to 20 participants. Read more
As many of you will already know Henry Willis IV died peacefully in the hospital near his home on Saturday the 23rd of June 2018, aged 91. There will be a special obituary edition of the newsletter.
On Saturday 5th March 2016 we were delighted to be given the opportunity of seeing and hearing the Harrison & Harrison restoration of the Henry Willis Instrument. We were treated to a marvelous demonstration of the various stops and the new five stop central section by Andrew Scott FRCO with Ian Bell kindly explaining the Read more