The Church has a peal of ten bells, the largest weighing 850kg with a mouth diameter of 1.3m.  The oldest bell dates back to 1713.  The bells are rung as a call to worship on Sundays and for special occasions such as weddings.

We are running an appeal for a major restoration of the bells - see further below.
Tribute to Kenneth Westwood
You might like to read this tribute to Ken, written by his family.  Ken was a member of the Church bell ringers for around 50 years from the late 1960’s, until he was no longer physically able to do so.  He held the positions of Tower Captain and Secretary, and was District Secretary for many years.