For this church:
A ladder leads up to the bell tower which contains one bell. There used to be two bells here; the brass bearings for the second bell are still in the bell-frame, and there is written evidence that there were two bells in 1740 and in 1809, but only one by 1858.
The remaining bell has a Latin inscription, 'CUM VOCO VENITE or 'Come when I call'. This bell is thought to be early 15th Century, and is held in a two bay bell-frame. Inscribed on the wheel is 'W.P. 1871. March 1st.'
Dendrochronologists from Nottingham University estimate that the timbers in the bell-frame were felled between AD1408-1428. This does not tell us when the frame was built, but since the timbers do not seem to have been re-used, it is reasonable to assume that it was built in the early 15th Century.