In the Bell tower there are eight bells. All were recast in 1771 by Messrs Pack & Chapman, the tenor bell again in 1926. Weights of the bells and the key in which they are tuned are:
On the smallest treble bell is the inscription "Although I am light and small, I will be heard above you all".
The present Ringing Chamber was constructed in February 1979 with twelve steps up from the ground floor. This reduced the draught of the ropes from 40 ft to 30 ft which made ringing easier with less rope stretch. The rope guides were installed in St Martin's Church, Ruislip.
This takes place every Sunday morning 10.20 am for 11.00 am service and 5.45 pm for 6.30 Evensong.
For further information please contact:
Anne Payne - e-mail: email@example.com
Tuesday 7.45 to 9.15 pm
Click the link to view the quarterly newsletter of the Middlesex County Association and London Diocesan Guild of Bellringers called ‘Middlesex Bell News’: www.mcaldg.org.uk