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Bishop’s Cleeve Tithe Barn

Bishop’s Cleeve in Worcestershire was originally a manor belonging to the Bishop of Worcester,  hence its name. The barn was seven bays long with a central midstrey. At the end of the nineteenth century several of the bays at one end were destroyed by fire. These have now been replaced by a modern extension. Inside, a floor has been inserted to give an events room above offices. This retains the original, fine, raised cruck roof.

The barn is run by Bishop’s Cleeve Village Hall Charitable Trust. It stands at the junction of Cheltenham Road and Stoke Road next to the pub and almost opposite the supermarket. The trust holds regular markets and community events. The barn can also be hired as a wedding venue.