Access is via a door on the south side of the church, which will be open whilst we
gather inside before going up the tower after which the door will be locked. If the
door is found to be locked a notice will be attached to it with a mobile phone number.
Ring this number. Intending visitors are advised to check with “Contact” in advance.
In 1692, Abraham Rudhall I cast a ring of six for All Saints Church, four of which
remain. Following the rebuilding of the church (1740-42) Abel Rudhall supplied two
trebles in 1750 to complete the octave, and two years later added two more to make
a ring of ten; at the time one of only some 30 rings of ten outside London. By 1792
the tenor had become cracked and was recast in 1805 by Thomas Mears & Son. In 1972
the bells were removed from the tower, tuned at Whitechapel who also supplied a
new frame, and rehung in 1974 All work in the tower was done by local ringers and
friends. The augmentation to twelve followed in 1977 and a Flat 6th was added in
2011; all by local labour as before.