The donation of a carillon of bells was included in the restoration of the Bell Tower. A new concrete floor was installed for the bell chamber and the existing wood louvers replaced with bronze screening to allow the instrument to be seen and heard. The new floor, unprotected by louvers, is clad in lead-coated copper like the roof and sloped to safely drain water that blows into the openings. All of the interior brickwork was examined and found in need of restoration. The same process of repointing with lime mortar was followed.