At least 4 bells hung in the tower in 1498–1500. The clapper of one of these, the 'great' bell, was repaired by John Smith of Bristol in the latter year.
Some of the then existing bells were recast by J. Wallis of Salisbury in 1606, and a bell was recast in 1616.
In 1641 there were 5 bells. There are now six: (i), (ii), (v), and (vi) of 1663, all apparently by the Purdues, (iv) of 1640, recast 1696 by Robert and William Cor of Aldbourne, (iii) of 1701, recast 1879. The bells were re-hung in 1878, 1897–8, and 1915.
A chest with 15 locks, holding title deeds, stood in the chancel in 1629.