For this church:
There is a ring of eight bells:
Hung in several cast-iron low sided frames, the original four bell frame of 1913, the 1947 frame with the two tenors and the 1969 extensions, and cast-iron headstocks and ball bearings. All bells are the work of Taylors of Loughborough at various times.
There were originally four bells, the predecessors of bells 3 to 6, which had the principal inscriptions of those bells. Physical data on those bells was:
The treble was by Samuel Midworth of Mansfield, the second was by Thomas I Hedderly, the third by Henry II Oldfield and the tenor by John Halton of Wingfield Manor in Derbyshire. This bell by Halton was the only one known by him in Nottinghamshire.
In 1626 the parish registers stated [sic] “the Soukholme men shall paye to the churchwardens of Warsoppe the fourth part of all charges to wind and weather and of the keeping of the bells in repayre”
On Christmas Day 1975 the bells of SS Peter and Paul Warsop were broadcast on a short program known as Christmas Bells on the BBC.
Prior to 1914 the 4 bells were rung from the ground floor. At the refurbishment in 1913/1914, the treble second and fourth bells were recast and 4 bells were rehung in a new iron and steel frame. The frame previously had been of oak wood and the opportunity was made to make the first floor the ringing chamber. Before the move, the clock pendulum had been encased in wood but the bottom then had to be cut off to allow each ringer to see every rope, and then in 1947 the wooden case was removed entirely as it was in the way of the ropes to the two new bells.