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tithe barn

a large barn where, formerly, the agricultural tithe of a parish was stored

tithe barn

A barn once used by farmers to hold their contributions to the church in the amount of one-tenth of their harvested crops.
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"It also offers a great location; Cressage has good amenities, including a primary school, while the towns of Much Wenlock, Telford and Shrewsbury are all within 10 miles." The Tythe Barn comes with its own private parking and a large area for garden, though like the house, it will need some work before it reaches bowling green levels of lushness.
Located amongst a courtyard of converted barns that were part of the Penty Parc Mansion Estate, Tythe Barn is a short drive to the popular local towns of Haverfordwest and Narberth and the beaches on the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
SUNDAY FATHER'S DAY: Smooth Soul Special: Akamba, Tythe Barn Lane, Shirley.
The win took the Tythe Barn Lane club above former frontrunners Tividale who dropped their first points as they were held to a 1-1 draw at Coleshill Town.
VALE OF GLAMORGAN: Tythe Barn (01446 799100), Powerplant.
Zoe and Kushal hoped to get married at Notley Tythe Barn in Long Crendon, Bucks, next year.
It is called Tythe Barn and is an idyllic scene featuring a large thatched roof barn, three large trees and stacks of hay.
Wes McDonald converted the decisive spot-kick at Tythe Barn Lane, having bagged Blues' third equaliser in the 85th minute.
If the weather turns bad, the film may be screened inside the medieval Tythe Barn.
MICHAEL JACKSON TRIBUTE: Akamba, Tythe Barn Lane, Shirley.
STRIKE duo DJ Pitt and Jamie Price shone as struggling Highgate United and Ellesmere Rangers shared the points at Tythe Barn Lane.
In the event of bad weather, the film may be screened inside the medieval Tythe Barn. Bring your own seating.