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Wichenford Manor Barns

The barns at Wichenford Manor in Worcestershire were built in the late seventeenth century, possibly reusing timber from the medieval manor house which was demolished at that time.

They consist of an eight bay and a five bay box-framed barn forming an L-shape, abutting a later, nineteenth century stable block. The lower panels of the frames are in-filled with brick noggin and the upper panels have woven oak staves, typical of this area.

The three bays to the left of the midstrey in the eight-bay barn (below) have had a floor added to form a hay loft with animal byres below.