St Laurence has 6 bells. They are rung for services and practice night on Tuesdays at 7.30 p.m. BST and 4.30 GMT

Visitors are welcome, Please contact Tower Captain  A. Truelove. 01676 541105.  You will be welcome, but please remember that to ring properly will take time and it could take many lessons before your are competent to ring on your own. It should also be noted that access to the ringing chamber is by old spiral stone steps.

Some photos and 5 of the bells actually being rung are towards the end of the recording at the church:    Curtesy  of Nuneaton Memories.

Short Bell Recording of rounds by Coventry Diocesan Guild

Formerly a ring of 3, these bells were rehung and augmented to 6 in 1976/7 and are a pleasant ring of 6 in good condition. The old frame is still in situ above the new one. It is a tall frame made of oak, consisting of cills, main braces, king posts, corner posts, and long frame heads. The old bells have had their canons removed, the trebles cast flat headed. The new frame is a composite “lowside” frame, with steel cills and frameheads with intermediate cast iron braces

Details of the Bells
1 John Taylor & Co, Loughborough 1976 3-0-24 25.00″ 1368.0Hz (E#-36c)
2 John Taylor & Co, Loughborough 1976 4-0-04 27.00″ 1220.0Hz (D#-34c)
3 John Taylor & Co, Loughborough 1976 4-3-11 29.00″ 1086.0Hz (C#-36c)
4 Thomas Newcombe II, Leicester c.1580 5-2-03 31.375″ 1026.0Hz (B#-34c)
5 George Oldfield I, Nottingham 1669 6-0-21 34.125″ 915.0Hz (A#-32c)
6 Robert, Thomas & William Newcombe, Leicester 1609 8-1-04 37.25″ 814.0Hz (G#-35c)