For this church:
Rempstone All Saints
The western tower contains a ring of six bells. The bells were hung for full circle ringing in a low sided iron frame by Taylors of Loughborough in 1974/5 with new fittings including metal headstocks and ball bearings. The treble was added at the same time. It is by Taylors and the back five are by Thos I Hedderly, cast when the new church was built.
The old frame and fittings have been preserved and are now housed in the Churches Conservation Trust church at Saundby.
A faculty to provide a bell chiming [Ellacombe] apparatus in the vestry was made in 1952. A letter from John Taylor, The Bell Foundry, Loughborough to the rector confirmed that:
… we instructed our fitter … to take off the bell ropes so that it would not be possible to swing the ropes. … and we advise that no attempt be made to swing the bells whilst they are in this condition.
A new set of ropes was dedicated in 2010, and a plaque placed in the vestry reading: