For this church:
Rehung on a steel frame, replacing a wooden frame, in 1953, there were originally 5 bells with a 6th added in memory of two churchwardens. At the Edward VI inventory in 1552 there were four bells and two hand bells.
There are 6 bells inscribed:
The old treble (bell 2) and the tenor (bell 6) are the work of George I Oldfield of Nottingham. Bells 3 and 4 are from the medieval Nottingham foundry in the hands of the Seliok family; the moulding wires indicate a date of after 1510. The 5th bell was cast by Thomas Hedderly.
The bells appear to have been 5 by 1635 making them one of the earliest 5s in the county.