For this church:
Only one 16th Century bell survives of the three bells originally known to have existed. Its specification is:
28" tuned to C sharp, weighing approx. 4cwt. In Gothic capitals it bears the name “TOBIAS”- a rare, if not unique, dedication. It was cast by Thomas Newcombe of Leicester c1560-80. Of the three originals it was the second. It was hung in a wooden frame, Elphick type Z for one bell by Taylors of Loughborough in 1907. It has a wooden headstock and plain bearings. The bell retains its canons.
The other two bells were cracked and so scrapped in 1907. They were:
Badges show the treble was made by Henry II Oldfield and the tenor by George I Oldfield.