Currently ringing is only by arrangement and usually for weddings and special services.
1 John Taylor & Co, Loughborough 1950 3-2-3 25.50" 1377.5Hz (E#-24c)
2 John Taylor & Co, Loughborough 1887 4-2-0 27.25" 1233.5Hz (D#-15c)
3 William Bagley, Chacombe 1698 4¾cwt 28.75" 1093.0Hz (C#-25c)
4 William Bagley, Chacombe 1698 5¼cwt 30.75" 964.0Hz (B-42c)
5 Lester and Pack, Whitechapel 1768 7½cwt 34.00" 920.5Hz (A#-22c)
6 Lester and Pack, Whitechapel 1768 10½cwt 39.125" 811.5Hz (G#-40c)
These bells sound different - the locals think inside they are not too nice but outside a re very pretty. The bells are classed as a minor six but ring as a 2 to 7 of a ring of eight. The frame is dated from 1769 and bells were last properly rehung by Taylors in 1924. The treble was added in 1950 and has a headstock welded by Gordon Lane.
The church suffered a lightning strike in 1880's and was rebuilt after the nave being roofless in 1887.