Image of the feature "Windows: Crossing tower, upper bell stage" at New Shoreham (now Shoreham-by-Sea).
by Kathryn Morrison.
Each side of the upper stage of the bell tower contains two triple openings. Each opening is surmounted by a round-headed arch, within a pointed arch. The inner arch is plain, while the outer arch has a roll moulding. The labels and impost blocks are plain. There is a circular clock face in the centre of each side, and a blocked sound hole (?) in each spandrel. A corbel table runs along the top (see below).