Dating from the 14th Century, the barn is unusual as it was built for secular use. There is also a 15th Century dove cote. St. Michael’s church dates back to around AD1200 and despite extensive nineteenth century restoration, it retains 14th Century wall paintings and a fine collection of stone effigies, which date from the 14th Century.
Our visit will include the Barn, the church and the Medieval fishponds. We will be led by specialist guides.
Details of meeting place to be announced.