National Trust: Ashleworth Tithe Barn

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When: 01 Jan - 31 Dec 2014

Cost: Free

Opening hours: 7am-5pm

Website: Visit website

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This 15th-century tithe barn, with its immense stone-tiled roof, is situated picturesquely close to the River Severn. Tithe barns were used in much of northern Europe in the Middle Ages for storing tithes — a tenth of the farm's produce which had to be given to the church. Tithe barns would usually have been barns associated with the village church or rectory, to which independent farmers took their tithes. Please note: only the barn is owned by the National Trust. The beautiful medieval house adjoining it is privately owned, as are the adjacent pig-pens. The church may not be open every day.

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Venue address

National Trust: Ashleworth Tithe Barn
Off of White End, Ashleworth, Gloucestershire, GL19 4JA

Venue contact details

Tel: 01452 814213

Email: ashleworth@nationaltrust.org.uk

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