For this church:
Low Marnham St Wilfrid
There are three bells in the west tower hung in a wooden frame, Elphick type Z, Pickford Group 6.A. of uncertain date.
Details of the bells are:
The second bell is by the Seliok family of bellfounders and is dedicated to St Wulfram, a dedication that appears to be unique on a medieval bell in England.
The Thomas Mears bells are replacements of older bells, details of which are unknown.
In 1552, at the Edward VI inventory, there were three bells in the steeple, one handbell, and one sacring bell.
In 1740 there were four bells reported but in 1764 only three.