For this church:
There are eight bells.
In 1866 there were four bells:-
George Hedderley Nottingham 1793
Campana Gabrielis sisto meus vocor William Dawes London c 1385 to 1418
God Save Our Church Henry Oldfield - Nottingham 1609
The fourth bore no inscription. It has been suggested it could have been by Daniel Hedderley who cast some blank bells.
The bell frame was dated 1699.
In 1869 Taylors of Loughborough carried out work to an estimate dated 26th June 1867 which allowed for three new bells, new clappers for the present four bells, new hanging for the four bells, new ropes and strengthening of the existing frame. A second estimate was for a second treble bell. The net cost was £177 15s 2d after allowance for the old bells.
In 1921 Taylors carried out a further inspection as a result of which Treble, Two and Three were recast, the two Tenors retuned and three Trebles donated to make up the eight. A new metal frame was built and the bells hung on roller bearings as at present.
In 1983 the bearings were renewed and the clappers refurbished by F. Pembleton, costing £910 and in 1986 the two tenors were quarter turned by Haywood-Mills at £527.58 raised by the bell ringers.
On the nave wall to the north side of the main entrance is a plaque which reads: