Where Can You Learn More?

There is a lot of information available on the web. Many other Bellringing societies maintain web-sites including local ringing information and references on bellringing in general. Listed below are just a few:

Some Other Bellringing Societies

A.N.Z.A.B. - The Australian and New Zealand Association of Bellringers
ANZAB is our parent organisation, and the central body for organising change ringing in Australia and New Zealand. Their web-site is full of interesting information about bellringing and the other towers and societies around the country.
The Central Council of Church Bell Ringers
The Council is the representative body for all who ring bells in the English tradition with rope and wheel, the majority of whom practise the art of change ringing. Founded in 1891, the Council today represents 65 affiliated societies, which cover all parts of the British Isles as well as centres of ringing in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the USA, South Africa and Italy. These societies in turn comprise the members of the local companies of ringers in their areas.
The North American Guild of Change Ringers
The website for the bellringers in the USA and Canada.
The Society of Royal Cumberland Youths
"The Cumberlands" are a London based society having a very high standard of ringing, and with members all over the world, including amongst the Adelaide Bellringers.
The Ancient Society of College Youths
"The College Youths" is another London based society with an equally high standard of ringing, and a similar world-wide membership with some amongst the Adelaide Bellringers.

Some General Bellringing Resources

There are many bellringing resources available on the internet. Here are a few of them:

Change Ringing on Wikipedia
Wikipedia has a fairly comprehensive and accurate overview of change-ringing.
The Changeringing Wiki
A Wiki dedicated to inforamtion on change-ringing.
Dove's Guide to Church Bells
A guide and catalogue listing all of the change-ringing bell-towers around the world.