It’s not the first time St Peter, in the south of England, has been known to celebrate Christmas.
In 1485, St Peter and St George’s Church, near Winchester, was also decorated for the day.
In 1666, a procession from St Peter to St George was held at Canterbury Cathedral.
The bells were first installed in the 18th century and are now used in almost all churches across the UK.
But there are still some churches that are not ready for Christmas bells yet.
Here are a few of the churches that have not yet rang for Christmas.
St Peter’s in the West Midlands has been in operation for more than 200 years.
Its main bell was installed in 1836 and its bells were installed in 1917.
St Peter and his apostles have also been celebrated with a Christmas Eve Mass at St Mary Magdalene Church in Leeds.
In 2018, the bells at St Peter have been retired and replaced by bells at the St Paul’s Cathedral.
In 2017, the bell was replaced by a new bell at the church in Chesterfield.
There are also a few bells that have been installed at churches in Liverpool and Wigan.
But the most famous bell in St Peter is the St Andrew’s bell.
It was installed at the parish church in Leicester in 1487.
It is one of the oldest bells in the world and has been used by Anglican clergy and monks for thousands of years.
The bells are now being retired from the parish and replaced with bells at a nearby church.
St Mary Magdene Church has also received new bells, which will be installed at its church in Canterbury on Saturday.
The cathedral was built in the 16th century by the Roman Catholic order of St Mary of Mountjoy.
A few years ago, the parish lost its bell, but it has now returned to use the bells.