tithe barn


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tithe barn

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(Historical Terms) a large barn where, formerly, the agricultural tithe of a parish was stored
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Noun1.tithe barn - barn originally built to hold tithes paid in kind and common in Englandtithe barn - barn originally built to hold tithes paid in kind and common in England
barn - an outlying farm building for storing grain or animal feed and housing farm animals
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The current Ship Inn is the third pub in the village to have that name, the first was opposite the Tithe Barn on Cliff Terrace, and the second was on the existing site until it was replaced by the current building.
It will go towards the construction of a new restaurant, using parts of a timber frame salvaged from a 14th-century tithe barn in Derbyshire.
School Name: Hardwick Green Primary Academy Address: Tithe Barn Road, Stockton-on-Tees TS19 8EZ Principal teacher: Ruth Pickering How would you sum your school up?
20am, when her car collided with a Mercedes people carrier at the junction with Tom Hill and Tithe Barn Lane.
There is added value in an old tithe barn, listed in its own right and with planning permission for conversion into two further homes.
The accident happened in Tithe Barn Road, Hardwick, at 2.
The training day will take place on October 2 at the Tithe Barn, in Polesworth.
She told police she panicked when he began to suffocate and fled the sheltered accommodation flat he lived at alone in Tithe Barn Court, Stafford.
Sarah Owens, 27, and husband Paul, 27, "didn't hear a thing" when Jonathon Nicholson, 27, sneaked into their home on Tithe Barn Road, Stockton, on November 30 last year, assisted by Craig Turner, 33.
John Saunders, QC, prosecuting, said the body of Mr Shelly, who lived in sheltered accommodation in Tithe Barn Court, Stafford, was found by a warden.
Warwickshire County Council's Flexibus service was today launching its new vehicle at Polesworth Tithe Barn.