The Belfry of All Saints' houses a ring of eight bells, the oldest dated 1682. Their details are as follows:
The oldest parts of the tower itself are Saxon, with others parts dated to the 13th, 15th and 19th century.
Below the belfry is the clock chamber, containing the mechanism of the clock presented to All Saints in 1893 by Mr George Sargent in memory of his parents, who lived opposite the church.
The bell ropes pass through the floor of the clock chamber and down to the ringing chamber.
Turvey Bell Ringers meet at 7.30pm each Friday to practice. Anyone interested in joining us is welcome to come along.
All Saints' regularly welcomes teams of visiting ringers to the tower. If you are planning a ringing outing and would like to come to Turvey, please contact the Tower Captain, David Nightingale.
"The office, therefore, of a Ringer, is a holy office, and should ever be performed in a reverent manner"
Words from a late 19th century document in All Saints' Belfry