The Tithe Barn
The Tithe Barn is thought to have been built in about 1480 by Prior Gondibour. It has had a complicated history since then, function as a barn until the Dissolution of the Monasteries by King Henry VIII, and then as a stable, dispensary, dwelling house, and joiner's shop. Semi derelict by 1970, it was purchased and restored by St Cuthbert's Church and has been used as our Church Hall since then.
It is a multi-purpose building, with uses as widely varied as parties and dances, political and church meetings, worship and concerts, examinations, receptions and rehearsals. Our users vary over all age groups - including the elderly and those with learning difficulties and other disabilities.
The Tithe Barn can be hired at the following rates
- Church of England Groups (£25.00 per hour)
- Other Charities (£30.00 per hour)
- Commerical (£40.00 per hour)
All Wedding Receptions and large functions involving catering, an additional cleaning charge of £72.00 will be required
The Church can also be hired at the following rates (includes rehearsal and performance time)
Charities (£150.00 per session)
Other (£170.00 per session)
For more information on booking these venues, please contact Sandra Teasdale on 0748 4081255