Leigh Court Barn
Leigh Court Barn is an outstanding example of English medieval carpentry, and the largest cruck framed structure in Britain.
Built for Pershore Abbey in about 1325, it is over 42 metres long with 18 cruck blades – each made from a single oak tree.
It is the only surviving building from the manor of Leigh Court, which belonged in the Middle Ages to the monks of Pershore Abbey.
It can be reached on foot via the left hand pedestrian gate adjacent to the driveway of Leigh Court, which is privately owned.
There is very limited parking available on the roadside.
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