For this church:
The tower and bell frame were damaged by a fire in November 1874 when the bells fell to the floor.
The current bells are described below:
In 1552 there were 3 bells and in 1740 4 bells.
Of the previous ring, prior to the fire, the tenor was by Henry Oldfield and dated 1608, it was inscribed: 'When you hear my mournful sound prepare yourself to lie in ground 1608.'
One of the other bells was cast by George Oldfield in 1667.
In 1842 there is a record of rehanging when Josh Cox was paid £14 9s. 8d. for his work.
The bellframe was formerly a timber frame, Elphick type Z Pickford Group 6.A, for 5 bells with the addition of two large A frames on ther top cills. The low frame dated from the rehanging in 1875 and the upper frames from 1956. This was all replaced by a high-sided steel frame, Pickford Group 8.1.F, in 2009 by Hayward Mills.