For this church:
In 1552 there were three bells in the steeple.
In 1618 the churchwardens presented themselves for a bell 'that was broken a week ago'. They desired time [for repairs].
In 1740 there were three bells
The west tower now contains a ring of five bells, hung in a cast iron, low-sided frame for four bells by Taylors of Loughborough built in 1910, Pickford Group 8.2.A with plain 'X' side braces, and extended in 1982 to accommodate the new treble.
The treble was originally at South Wheatley until 1958 when it was sold to Taylors and subsequently acquired by George Dawson in 1976.
The tenor, dated 1620, is one of George I Oldfield's earliest bells.