bellcote

bellcote

(ˈbɛlˌkəʊt)
n
a small roofed structure for bells
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The Old Rectory is listed as a Building of Special Architectural and Historic Merit and the extent of the listing covers the outbuildings, bellcote, entrance gates, as well as the house.
In the afternoon we headed to the north face of the Bellcote, which rivals anything you might find at La Grave.
Bernie Aldred, 46, of Pateley Crescent in Fartown, and MarK Cuniffe, 31, of Bellcote Drive in Moldgreen were before KirKlees magistrates yesterday.
Other developments by Muir Homes include Gamekeeper's View at Milnathort in Perth and Kinross, The Green in Montrose, and Bellcote at Maykirk in Aberdeenshire.
place of worship is a single cell with C17th porch crowned with a bellcote.
Visit the ice cave: At the summit of Bellcote, on the Glacier De La Chiaupe some 3,417m high, not only will you find incredible views of the valleys all around, but also the most serene fairytale ice cave.
The Church of St Lawrence was originally built in the fifteenth century, along with a parsonage and bellcote, as a parish nucleus for the then hamlet of Helsinki.
Kirklees magistrates were told that on October 8 police searched McDermott's house in Bellcote Drive.
There are still a few on the market including The Kirk (which houses the showhome) and the five-bedroomed Bellcote which would both suit modern families wishing to escape to a country town.
Ben Thomas, prosecuting, said that police attended at McDermott's Bellcote Drive home on October 8.
Mark Cuniffe, 29, of Bellcote Drive, Moldgreen, ransacked office premises in Kingcliffe Road last December before gaining access to the adjoining bedsits and stealing hundreds of pounds worth of electrical items.
But her nightmare came true when in the early hours of Wednesday morning Nicky, of Bellcote Drive, woke to find that her waters had broken.