A framed notice in the church says:
The bells are in the key of F sharp. The back six were cast in 1804 by Thomas Mears of Whitechapel and the treble & second in 1895 by Charles Oliver of London.
The bells fell silent through disrepair in the early 1960s. In 1969 a generous legacy by Miss Dorothy Collett, a devoted member of the church, initiated the commencement of the restoration. Remaining funds were raised by the Friends of Carshalton Bells, a charity set up by the PCC & the Surrey Association of Church Bell Ringers. Much support was also received from the Rotary Club of Carshalton. Donations included £1000 from the Surrey Association belfry repair Fund & £100 given by Mr Leonard Reece, for many years Tower Captain, in memory of his wife.
The bells were retuned by the Whitechapel Bell Foundry who provided a new frame & fittings. The rehanging was carried out by members of the Surrey Association of Church Bell Ringers & the service of re-dedication took place on Saturday 22 December 1979.
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Map Ref: TQ280645, or use Streetmap Post-code: SM5 3PD.
Sunday Service Ringing: 10.00 to 10.30 am. Practice: Monday (except Bank Holidays) 8.00 to 9.30 pm. The bells were not rung for a while due to contractors working in the tower, but normal ringing resumed on Easter Sunday 2017.
Entry is via the tower door in the churchyard at the south side of the church.
Email contact: Rosemary Lilley by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also have a web-site www.surreybellringers.org.uk/towers/carshalton-all-saints.
You can also find information from the Central Council of Church Bell Ringers.