Three medieval bells were recast into the delightful six we have today in 1891 by Warner. The Whitechapel have since tuned the bells and lowered the ropes down to the ground floor of the tower. This arrangement is far nicer than climbing an external ladder in the wind, rain and snow; instead you can easily walk into the church which is always kept well heated.
The band is very active & (by arrangement) ring on Sunday evening prayer – sometimes a qtr so do please check. Practice night is Monday and visitors are always more than welcome. The Rector is very happy for the bells to be rung, so visiting bands are likely to be accommodated, contact the tower secretary.
|1||3-2-13||G||25.08″||1891||John Warner & Sons||D|
|2||3-2-12||F||25.20″||1891||John Warner & Sons||D|
|3||3-3-12||Eb||27.50″||1891||John Warner & Sons||D|
|4||4-2-17||D||28.50″||1891||John Warner & Sons||D|
|5||5-1-19||C||31.00″||1891||John Warner & Sons||D|
|6||6-2-23||928.0||Bb||34.00″||1891||John Warner & Sons||D|
|Sanctus||1-1-0||1778||? Thomas I Mears||Y|