For this church:
Langar Church originally had four large bells. They are well documented, and known to be as follows:
The treble, 3rd and tenor were cast by Henry II Oldfield and the 3rd by George I, his son.
The original bells were recast and a fifth added. There is a sixth bell in the ringing chamber, a much smaller bell, not capable of being rung in the English Style, known as the Sanctus bell. The current ring is as follows:
Hung in a wooden frame for 5 bells, type Z, by Taylors in 1859, with cast-iron canon retaining headstocks and ball bearings by Taylors in 1939 when the frame was restored. The bells have decorated canons. These bells, replacing an old 4, were opened on 29th April 1859 by the Bingham Ringers. Other local teams from Hose and Colston Bassett were also present.
The main bells were rung from the nave and chancel floor level until 1969 when a higher floor was added up the tower. This is now accessed, along with the clock mechanism, from a spiral staircase, the door of which is on the north side of the church, in the angle of the north transept and the chancel.
A plaque in the ringing chamber is inscribed as follows: