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MYDOGISFINN wrote a review Sep 2020
Emsworth, United Kingdom729 contributions269 helpful votes
This is a truly monumental structure, especially as it was constructed over 600 years ago and is still in fine condition. It is well worth a visit and is a pleasant walk from the centre of Bradford on Avon. One can also walk along the nearby canal towpath for miles.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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clearmoon wrote a review Sep 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia43 contributions13 helpful votes
Nice place to explore on a nice day if you are around Bradford on Avon. Peaceful place and nice looking barn.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Ben W wrote a review Aug 2020
Newbury, United Kingdom1,389 contributions124 helpful votes
Worth popping into if you are having a walk around Bradford-on-Avon. An impressive building with a lot of history. Underlines what an affluent town Bradford-on-Avon was during that period (14th century).
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Margaret T wrote a review Jul 2020
Stourbridge, United Kingdom51 contributions20 helpful votes
We weren't aware of this building before visiting Bradford on Avon and were mesmirised by it, particularly all the restoration work.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Stephen Masefield wrote a review Mar 2020
Herne Bay, United Kingdom10 contributions2 helpful votes
I was lucky enough to spend my childhood in Bradford on Avon and these were idylic years. If I was not playing football or swimming in the Avon with my pals then I would be exploring or hanging out in the local barns which included the Tithe Barn. Whilst we hung out in the smaller barns chatting and playing we for some reason respected the Tithe Barn a little more. The reason was its size and even today I can recall my childhood wonder and how like a place of worship it demanded respect. In the 1960s Barton Farm (the area that surrounds the farm) was pretty derelict and the K&A (which is behind the barn) was in a very poor state (unlike today). But the Tithe Barn stood proud high above the decay and now is the centrepiece of a thriving area. The fading buildings are now craft shops and the like and the immediate buldings that surround the barn have also been converted tastefully over the years. On the day of our visit the weather was not good but we still spent some quality time in the timeless barn of my hidden years. To the left of the barn as you are coming out there is a small cafe which is very reasonable and serves delicious food. The Tithe Barn which is about fifteen minutes walk from the town is well worth a visit and so so peaceful. A hidden gem SMO
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Date of experience: January 2020
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