The village tithe barn
was where taxes were recorded and stored by the village priest, while the cottage of the village reeve was home to the man who was responsible for making sure that village agriculture was running smoothly and that the peasants were looking after their crops.
Next door to the church is the Tithe Barn
, which was officially reopened by Prince Charles in 2008.
Steeped in history, Tithe Barn
is truly deserving of its Grade II listing brimming with character and was originally part of the neighbouring Plas Draw country estate.
The seven-bedroom, four bathroom, Walton House, with a onebedroom cottage in its courtyard, a huge two-storey tithe barn
, period outbuildings and nine acres of grounds, is now on sale.
It is accessed via a private road where an old stone tithe barn
stands guard as a reminder of times gone by.
in the Cotswolds costs pounds 442 for a three-night weekend stay including champagne, flowers and breakfast hamper.
Yesterday it emerged that, in an unrelated incident - less than four minutes walk from Claxton Close - on Tithe Barn
Road, a 16-year-old girl reported a driver to police after he followed her while making "sexual comments".
This tithe barn
in Melling was used to store produce set aside for the clergy
Its conference will be held in partnership with Monmouthshire County Council at St Mary's Priory and Tithe Barn
in Abergavenny on Saturday, June 14 from 9.30am to 3.30pm.
Once, this grange, with its fishponds, rabbit warrens, ploughed fields, grazing land and storage sheds, was commanded by a medieval tithe barn
, a scene of great hustle and bustle.
Our ice creams here were a waterside pick me-up after we'd earlier had a very splendid lunch at the Heritage Centre's high quality and good value Tithe Barn