Littlebourne Tithe Barn
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Littlebourne Tithe Barn

The tithe barn at Littlebourne lies between the church and the farm next to it at the junction of Jubilee Road and Church Road. It is 172 feet long and 38½ feet wide. It is a typical Kent, aisled barn, with a thatched roof, 9 bays and two large wagon entrances on the farm side.

It was built about 1340 and originally belonged to St. Augustine’s Abbey in Canterbury. It is now run by a local committee which organises events in the barn. It is also available for weddings. For more details please visit the website.