Aldenham church tower contains a fine ring of eight bells often used by visiting bands of ringers.

The bells were cast at various times and range in weight from 3 cwt (152.4 Kgs) to 15 cwt (762Kgs).

The oldest bell is a small Sanctus Bell cast in 1648 weighing 1cwt ( 60.8 Kgs).

The bells are rung on Sundays for the 10.30am and 6.30pm services, and there is a practice night on Monday at 8pm (usually followed by a visit to a local pub). The bells can also be requested for weddings and other occasions.

If you are interested in bell ringing and would like to find out more about this ancient skill, please contact the Tower Captain by clicking here.