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  • The west facade is of 1714, with a bellcote designed by someone who must have looked at Hawksmoor's London churches.

    Behind the Pig-Sty Peter Ashley 2008

  • Hanging in the bellcote of the schools adjoining the church is the small bell dated 1632 that was removed from the Bruce Chapel in 1857 when the schools were built.

    The Evolution of an English Town Gordon Home 1923

  • There is a twin bellcote with only one bell dated 1647.

    WalesOnline - Home 2011


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  • Small gabled or roofed housing for a bell. (Like dovecotes are for doves.)

    August 24, 2008