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Stanway Tithe Barn, Gloucestershire

Stanway Tithe barn was an actual tithe barn as attested by its position next to the church in Stanway, Gloucestershire and from its size it must have served alarge rich parish. It was built about 1370 for Tewkesbury Abbey.

It is a stone-built, Cotswold barn with a stone roof supported by raised-cruck trusses. It has seven bays with a central midstrey. It was restored in 1927 by Sir P. Stott for the Earl of Wemyss the then lord of the manor. It stands in the grounds of Stanway House and is now for hire as a Wedding Venue.