There are number of valuable on-line resources for NDA Ringers in addition to this website.
NDARingers eMail List
The NDARingers email list is a simple way to share information or ask for help. Short for a wedding? Arranging a Branch Practice? Running a fund-raising event? These are the occasions when the list is useful. Send one email message and it reaches members all over the Diocese (and beyond).
To join the NDARingers mailing list simply click here or follow this 3 step process:
- Send a blank email message from the email address you wish to use to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- NDARingers will then reply with a message with the subject “confirm …..”. Simply use ‘reply’ then ‘send’ to this message.
- You will then receive a final message welcoming you to the mailing list together with login details for you to manage your subscription.
If you change your email address, you will need to follow the subscribe process again from the new address or login to the mail list service to change your address.
If you have any problems in joining or in using the list, please contact the webmaster.
NDA Facebook Group
To join the NDA Ringers group, click Join Group in the top right-hand corner of the group’s page. You then have to wait for approval of your membership of the group.
Other Facebook Groups
There are several other facebook groups affiliated with the NDA. The instructions for joining these groups are similar to those for the NDA Ringers. However, please note they are operated by individual NDA members and each have their own specific membership eligibility criteria.
Central Council of Church Bell Ringers (CCCBR)
The CCCBR is the representative body for all who ring bells in the English tradition. Founded in 1891, the Council represents 65 affiliated societies (including the NDA), which cover all parts of the British Isles as well as centres of ringing globally. The CCCBR website contains many useful resources for ringers.
ringing.info is simply the most comprehensive on-line catalogue of change ringing resources available. Started in 1994 by the late Roger Bailey, it remains the primary resource for all things ringing related. Whatever you are looking for ringing wise, start your search here