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The British Society for the History of Mathematics exists:
It was founded in 1971, and has built an international reputation for promoting historical studies of mathematics. It is run by an elected Council, whose officers have included many distinguished scholars. Today the Society organises meetings, publishes a Bulletin, and provides a focus for the dissemination of information about research and other activities involving the history of mathematics in schools, colleges, universities and elsewhere. It also awards the BSHM Neumann Prize for a book dealing with the history of mathematics. The Society is a member of the Joint Mathematical Council of the United Kingdom.
Further information is available about membership of the Society and its benefits, about the Society's programme of events, and about its current Council. This site also contains a substantial amount of information about the history of the Society itself:
The British Society for the History of Mathematics is registered as a company limited by guarantee, no. 3326816, and as a charity, no. 1061229. Its registered office is c/o Andrew Thurburn & Co, 38 Tamworth Road, Croydon, Surrey CR0 1XU, UK.