The tower at Marwood has a peal of six bells. Five of the bells originally cast in 1771 are still being rung today nearly 240 years later. The treble (lightest bell) was cast in 1891 and completes the peal.
Thomas Bilbie of Cullompton cast the bells in 1771 and John Warner & Sons of London cast the treble in 1891.
All the bells were rehung in 1972 by John Taylor and Co.
The pitch of the tenor bell is 687Hz which is note F on the international pitch. There is a regular practice night on most Wednesday evenings and the bells are usually rung for Sunday morning services as well as other special occasions.
The ringing chamber is comfortably large enough for ringing and watching, but the bell chamber is a tight squeeze as the pictures below show.