For this church:
A western tower containing a ring of 3 bells:
Hung in a wooden frame, Pickford Type 6.B, for three bells with wooden headstocks and plain bearings; it probably dates from the 18th century. All the fittings date from 1878 when the Taylors recast the tenor. The treble is an earlier bell by them, not long after their arrival at Loughborough. The second is the work of George I Oldfield.
The predecessors of the Taylor bells were:
The old treble would seem to have been by Henry I Oldfield, and the tenor by George I Oldfield. Both were cracked before recasting.
In inventories prior to the 19th century we have entries that described the bells thus:
1552: No entry
1740: 4 bells (probably an error)
1770: 3 bells