This page is an index to various resources hosted on this site. Some of this is various materials produced for the ringing courses. There are also copies of various Association information.
Grandsire Doubles. Produced for the course on the Spring Training Day which assumes you have knowledge of Plain Bob.
Grandsire Triples. A short two page introduction to the joys of Grandsire Triples, assuming knowledge and experience of Doubles. Produced for the Advanced Training Day in 2010.
Stedman Doubles. Again produced for the Advanced Training Day.
This is a map showing, for all the towers in the two dioceses the number of bells and if ringable.
The Belfry Repair Fund exists to make grants for the upkeep and repair of bell installations within the Association's area. See this page for more details.
The rules of the Association were last amended by the AGM in 2006. These are the current set together with brief job descriptions for the branch officers.
The Association has taken out Public Liability Insurance, primarily to cover the Belfry Advisers although it also covers any officer of the Association, at any level on Association business. However it is important to realise what this does not cover. These few words below from the Association Secretary attempt to make this clear.
The Association holds two striking competitions during the year. The first is for six bells and the second for eight bells. These are the current rules for those competitions.
Until 2010 the Association held a Best Kept Tower competition. This has now been replaced with the Tower of the Year award. The award is given to the tower which has furthered the cause of ringing, in whatever fashion. The first competition took place in 2013 and the first awards were made at the AGM. These are the rules for this competition.
The Child Protection Policy as approved by the Management Committee in September 2013.
Belfry Maintenance Checklist. A guide to what to do upstairs, how often and when to call in the experts. Produced by the Co-ordinating Belfry Adviser Malcolm Taylor. Malcolm should also be contacted for an application form for a grant under Association rule 20.
Correcting Oddstruckness. A guide to the causes of oddstruckness and what may be done to rectify it. Produced by the Co-ordinating Belfry Adviser Malcolm Taylor.