The booklet says this about the clock:
"Almost immediately, a clock was promised and later provided, during 1904, by Mrs. Brown, the widow of the late Canon Brown in memory of her husband. This was dedicated on 31st December 1904 by Canon Maitland Wood, afterwards being set in motion by Mrs. T.G. Williams, wife of the Vicar. The clock itself was manufactured by William Potts & Sons of Leeds and is designed on similar lines to those installed by the same maker in the cathedrals of Lincoln, Carlisle, Ripon, Chelmsford, Bradford and Armagh. The clock movement is fitted with Lord Grimsthorpe's double, three legged gravity escapement and a 1.25 seconds zinc and iron compensated pendulum, which meant that any possible wind resistance on the hands of the clock did not affect the time keeping. Each of the three external dials is 3 ft. 9 inches in diameter and is made up of a skeleton frame of cast iron, glazed with opaque glass, to provide for illumination from within. The clock is manufactured to chime the Cambridge or Westminster Quarters and the makers were generous enough to loan a bell on which the hours could be struck, until a peal of bells was obtained."
This is what it says about the bells:
"A gift of a peal of eight bells was made in the autumn of 1906 by Mrs. Elkanah Woodhead in memory of her husband, and a formal ceremony was held in the school on 29th December to mark the installation, which was attend by the church officers and various colleagues and descendants of the late Mr. Woodhead. On Monday 31st December, the bells were dedicated and a public meeting presided over by Mr. Councillor Knowles was held. The year 1907 was rung in by a peal, which was commenced shortly before midnight. Information about the bells themselves was supplied by the founders, Messrs. John Taylor & Co. of Loughborough as follows:-