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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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ALVANLEY: Listed building consent for the replacement of sand/cement mortar with lime mortar at The Old Tythe Barn, Alvanley Hall Court, Manley Road has been requested by Michael Jones.
It has also pledged to retain Tythe Barn Meadows Local Wildlife Site.
And with the top three all having to settle for a point apiece, that win could be vital for the Tythe Barn Lane side.
| Where: Chepstow, Monmouthshire, NP16 6BE | Distance from Cardiff: 36 minutes/32 miles | |Visit chepstow-racecourse.co.uk St Donats Arts Centre Located next to the 12th century St Donat's Castle, the Arts Centre comprises of a medieval Tythe Barn, gallery with beamed ceilings and adjoining glass room with floor-to-ceiling windows.
Tickets cost PS18 (PS17, PS12 ch.) BIG JAM MUSIC FEST Where: Akamba, Tythe Barn Lane, Shirley B90 1PH.
| Details: www.plas-isaf.co.uk St Donats Arts Centre | Where: Llantwit Major Located next to the 12th century St Donat's Castle, the Arts Centre comprises of a medieval Tythe Barn and adjoining glass room with floor-toceiling windows.
Please contact me ANN SMITH, Ovingham, nee Emmerson, Tel 01661 833815 Email ann_gerry@talktalk.net EVERY year we hold a staff reunion at the Tythe Barn Club Durhas m for retired prison officers.
MOTOWN AFTER PARTY: Akamba, Tythe Barn Lane, Shirley.
The mud of Tythe Barn Lane may be a long way from Celtic Park but Petrov - in remission from the disease that struck in 2012 - stressed the buzz is back.
Also within the grounds is the 17th-century Tythe Barn, which is also popular for conferences and weddings.
Wedding are held in the 17th Century tythe barn and the Manor House orangery.
The ancient heart of our town has a church, hall, tythe barn, alms houses, a former rectory and private residences older than all but two of Sunderland's buildings.