The original 17th century bells were irreparably damaged in a fire in 1918 and were melted down and recast in 1925 as a ring of six at the Taylor Foundry in Loughborough. They are reputed to be one of the finest sixes in the county.
Details of former bells, derived from notes by Alfred White & H. B. Walters.....
2 JAMES KEENE MADE ME 1628
3 JAMES KEENE MADE ME 1629
4 RICHD. HILL AND THO : LAY CH: WARDENS A R 1723
5 IOHN MALCHER IONAH SMITH C. W. 16(?)8
Treble probably by Robert Atton of Buckingham
2 & 3 by James Keene of Woodstock
4 by Abraham Rudhall II of Gloucester
Date on Tenor read by Alfred White as 1628, read by H. B. Walters as 1688 (figure said to be very indistinct).
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