For this church:
Teversal St Katherine
Five bells hung from an oak frame in the tower. The bellframe is of a mix of truss types, Pickford Groups 6.A, 6.D, and 6.B. It has been tree-ring dated and results suggest the frame was all built at one time, more than likely when the bells were augmented from four to five in AD 1758, and may be by the bellfounder Thomas I Hedderly himself, or perhaps John Wright, a bellframe builder, of Nottingham. The report on the dendrochronological analysis of samples taken from timbers of the bellframe is available for download.
 is decoration.
Bells 1 and 2 were cast by Thomas I Hedderly; Bell 3 was cast by Paul Heathcote; Bell 4 by Henry I Oldfield and Bell 5 by William Noone.
The arms of Sir John Molyneux are on the second bell.
The initials 'R H' on the third bell are possibly for Ralph Hethcote.
The fourth bell was given by Roger Greenhalgh, gentleman, in 1551.
The initials 'T W' and 'I C' on the tenor bell (Bell 5) are for Timothy Wild and James Clarke, churchwardens.