For this church:
The embattled western tower contains three bells dated 1661, 1694 and 1718:
Hung in a wooden frame for 3 bells, Elphick Type W, Pickford Group 6.D. (without end posts), formerly or 4 bells but side pit removed. The bellframe has been dated by dendrochronology, nine samples were taken which span the period AD 1596–1710. Interpretation of the sapwood suggests felling of dated timbers occurred in AD 1708/1710, with construction likely to have followed shortly after. The report on the dendrochronological analysis of samples taken from timbers of the bellframe is available for download.
Dawson reported the bells as being in poor condition on his visit (1993) and quite derelict.
The treble and tenor bells are the work of Wiliam Noone and the second is by George I Oldfield using his less common badge with the rounded 'G'.