The Bell Tower in Evesham, England was once part of the Evesham Abbey, dissolved by Henry VIII in 1539. The tower stands on the grounds of the former Benedictine abbey, near Saint Lawrence's Church and All Saints' Church, the parish church of Evesham (pictured in the background). The latter has been in continuous use since it was built in the 12th-century.
Besides its resounding bell, The Bell Tower houses a carillon mechanism, which plays different music daily at 9 a.m., noon, 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. In 2002, a new carillon was installed, capable of playing over 50 tunes. When my husband and I visited The Bell Tower, the bells rang out with a lovely rendition of Amazing Grace.