For this church:
Carlton-in-the-Willows St Paul
There is a single bell hung for swing chiming from a beam on the west gable.
The bell, which has not been closely inspected, is said to bear a Latin inscription that translates as 'To promote the Glory of God. The gift of K.S. 1885' K.S. was the Rev. Kirke Swann, curate at the mother church of Gedling.
In a testimonial dated 22 February 1879 to Messrs Vickers & Co of Sheffield, the Vicar of Gedling, the Rev Orlando Forrester acknowledged that Naylor Vickers had supplied a steel bell some years previously to his church at Carlton. Since St Paul’s was only built in 1885 to 1891, the bell must have been in a previous chapel, otherwise unrecorded.