The Ringing World's online repository for Peals and Quarter Peals. Submit your performances for publication, search by ringer, conductor, tower, etc.
The bellringers' magazine and journal. Thursdays just wouldn't be the same.......
The late Roger Bailey's site, now maintained by Peter Blight. All sorts here - an extensive list of Association and Society links, huge ringers' email list, program downloads, links to Central Council method libraries, etc. Recommended for that elusive esoteric item, too!
Online version of Dove's Guide, the definitive source for information about rings of bells since the first printed edition appeared in 1950. The site provides full-featured searching, links to mapping facilities to show the exact location of towers, satellite navigation data, and details of changes to entries as they occur.
Organising an outing? Remember......"Dove is your friend!"
Also available as an iPhone app from the App Store.
The governing body for bellringers world-wide.
iAgrams is an app for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. It allows bellringers to view change-ringing methods and organise them into collections. iAgrams can be downloaded from the App Store.
iAgrams can also be installed on Android devices. Please visit the iAgrams website for instructions.
Use this site to find out about methods, their place-notations, etc.
Type in a method name in the search and generate a "blue-line" from the http://www.boojum.org.uk/ line generator. Very handy :-)
This site addresses the often daunting subject of learning to call touches. Laura Duncan's site has kept the explanations simple and the topics range from calling "go and stop" for plain courses, through Plain Bob and Grandsire to quarter peals and is written from her own recent experiences in the area of basic conducting.
Web-based utility for proving compositions of all lengths from Sunday Service touches to Quarters and Peals. Users can specify the method(s), type of call, etc. Simple interface and output includes the statistics (true or not), "music" generated, section and part-ends and the "numbers" grid.
Hours of fun to be had playing with this
Broadcast details and archive for the only weekly bell-focussed programme on national radio. Timing means the programme is mainly heard by shift-workers and insomniacs. Best option for most is to catch up via the web.
Information about learning to ring, teaching others to ring and teaching others to teach others to ring!
Details, results and all sorts of statistics from the contest since its inception.