The Tower Handbook
As ringers, we invest much time in the progress of our fellow ringers, perhaps more so than for any other comparable activity. Many ringers spend most of their time in the tower helping others to progress in one way or another. Much of the time their own ringing skills are not stretched. How can we make sure that the time we all put in to helping really does help those we want to progress?
12.1: Filling in.
12.2: Standing behind.
12.3: Looking after a touch
13.1: Learning to handle a bell .
13.2: Learning to ring with other ringers .
13.3: Learning to ring rhythmically and strike well .
13.4: Learning to listen .
13.5: Learning ropesight .
13.6: Learning call changes .
13.7: Learning dodging and hunting .
13.8: Learning to ring simple methods .
13.9: Intermediate method learning .
13.10: Advanced method learning .
13.11: Learning calling and conducting .
13.12: A lifetime of learning?
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