For this church:
Bell 5 and 7 have text in old font.
Hung low sided cast iron frame by Frederick Pembleton in 1982 when the back 6 were re-hung. It has steel RSJs for the top and bottom cills and re-uses the Barwell cast iron braces. Extra braces have been fabricated in steel. Prior to 1983, the bells were hung in a Barwell composite frame with wooden top and bottom cills and cast iron braces. The fittings were typical Barwell products and the old bells had lost their canons.
The work by Messrs Barwell and Company, Birmingham, was carried out during the restoration of 1904-5.
There is a faculty of 1958 for new bells. It appears that the bells were restored and reset at this time, but no new bells were installed.
The fifth bell is by the Seliok family of founders and appears to be a late example dating from 1520-1530, it was formerly the treble of the old three prior to 1905.
Bell 7 bears the two badges of George I Oldfield and Paul Hutton of the Nottingham Foundry.
The two trebles are bells 1 and 2. The tenor bell is bell 8.
The Felstead Peals database lists 54 valid peals for the Tower, dating between 1909 and 2007.