|The bells of SS. Peter & Paul, Bassingbourn|
|Tenor||~12-0-9||F||Miles Grayer III, Colchester||1650|
|5th||8-2-18||G||Mears & Stainbank||1909|
|4th||8-0-9||A||Miles Grayer III, Colchester||1650|
|3rd||5-3-12||B flat||Miles Grayer III, Colchester||1650|
|2nd||5-3-5||C||Miles Grayer III, Colchester||1650|
The first peal on the bells was as follows :
BASSINGBOURN, CAMBRIDGESHIRE THE HERTFORD COUNTY ASSOCIATION On Wed., Apr. 20, 1955, in 3 hours and 7 minutes, AT THE CHURCH OF SS. PETER AND PAUL, A PEAL OF 5040 DOUBLES Forty two six-scores in nine methods : two each of Stedman and St. Simon's, four each of New Bob, Plain Bob, St. Nicholas and Winchen- don Place, six of Grandsire and eight each of St. Martin's and Reverse Canterbury Pleasure. TENOR 15 cwt in F.
This text is taken from the plaque in the tower, which was reprinted from 'The Ringing World'. There were only 5 bells in the tower at this time.