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Evesham Bell Tower, Evesham

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The free standing bell tower is the only surviving part of Evesham Abbey, which was founded by Saint Egwin between 700 and 710 AD. The tower was built by Abbot Lichfield in the early part of the 16th century.
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  • The Bells do not ring out anymore , why? We presume there is a fault and hopefully will be rectified. 
    The Bells do not ring out anymore , why? We presume there is a fault and hopefully will be rectified.  more »
  • It's interesting that juxtaposed you have 2 churches and the tower, as you come into Evesham and you see these you assume they are one vast building but no, they stand apart. There's not a lot to... 
    It's interesting that juxtaposed you have 2 churches and the tower, as you come into Evesham and you see these you assume they are one vast building but no, they stand apart. There's not a lot to...  more »
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  • Fabulous building in grounds of ruined abbey plays some great tunes
  • Beautiful sounding bells, in a picturesque setting.

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