For this church:
There are six bells and a service bell. The ring is in the key of F sharp.
The service bell was formerly the treble of three by an unknown medieval York founder c.1450.
The treble (1608 bell) is the work of Henry II Oldfield and was formerly the treble at Ragnall church. The Warner's bell (1873) was formerly at Harston, Leicestershire. The fifth is puzzling and although evidently by a Nottingham founder is unlike all others, the inscription is also inverted and may have been cast by an apprentice; it dates from the period 1600-1650. The tenor (1621 bell) is by George I Oldfield and was formerly the tenor of three at Plumtree.
In 1740 there were 3 bells recorded.