Bells in tower

A peal of eight bells hangs in the tower: three 17th Century bells, recast in 1845, and five more added by the Reverend John Snowdon and his three sons, Jasper, William and Henry, who all shared their father’s great enthusiasm for bell-ringing.

When Jasper died in 1885, an historian and campanologist of national fame, muffled peals of bells were rung throughout the land in his honour.