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The doors are now open to The Tythe Barn at Christmas, every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday, from now until 21st December.

Come and join us in the beautiful 15th Century Tythe Barn and find something different this Christmas.

During this year we have been out and about hand-picking a selection of stunningly different Christmas decorations, irresistibly gorgeous gifts and unusual stocking fillers to inspire and delight you. Florence Nightingale Christmas cards are on sale; and on Fridays and Saturdays they also have scrumptious soup lunches and homemade cakes which are served in the dairy. On Saturdays we have a Food Day — on sale there will be Ricky Jeffrey's sausages, and other locally produced biscuits, honey, chutneys and apple juice. For more details visit their website

For more details visit the Tythe Barn website

We look forward to seeing you

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