Conistone St Mary's Church was causing concern as the belfry was deemed too heavy for the supporting walls.
For over one hundred and fifty years, the church of St George's was without a large bell in its belfry until a new one was cast and installed in the early nineteenth century.
What is not disputed is that the bell was standing in a belfry atop the Kettins church by the late 17th century, before it was taken down and placed in the churchyard in 1893.
Grass is growing from gutters and belfry , and windows need to be replaced.
The palace chapel had porcelain bells in the wooden belfry and large porcelain figures of the apostles.
The last rang in my ears like a bell's dying toll from a belfry .
He stealthily climbed the belfry to the top, and looked at the soldiers.
The tower featured a belfry and observatory, topped with a cupola and a golden statue of an angel flying in a horizontal position!
It had operable doors at the bottom that opened to pull-chains that visitors could use to ring bells mounted in the belfry .
Despite the fact that it was completed well into the Catholic period of Spain, the Mujedar style is still very clearly present in the cathedral's belfry and lantern tower.