Cederberg, Clanwilliam, United Reformed Church
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The United Reformed Church in Clanwilliam is a neat building with a bell tower in brick next to the church. In the tower hangs a bell that unfortunately could not be reached as the ceiling of the tower was sealed off on the inside. However, the church has a separate horseshoe type bell tower in which we found a bell that is clearly no longer used. The bell has a somewhat awkward shape with a thickness above the sound bow. There are no decorations on the bell apart from a three line text in bas-relief N. G. SEND. GEMEENTE. CLANWILLIAM. 1948. The building stone of the church informs us that the church was built in 1971. The bell is older than the church but according to the acquired information, this bell used to be hanging in the Nederduits Gereformeerde Kerk until that building got its new bell.
- Cederberg 
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