© Mr Ron Flynn
BARN AT WOODSPRING PRIORY,
KEWSTOKE, NORTH SOMERSET, SOMERSET
Mr Ron Flynn
10 May 2002
09 February 1961
Date of last amendment:
31 August 1983
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KEWSTOKE C.P. WOODSPRING PRIORY
ST 36 NW
1/7 Barn c. 50 metres north west
of Priory Church (q.v.) with
j.2.61 all at east end
formerly listed as Barn at Wood-
Barn. C15. Rubble, ashlar, pantiles roof, coped raised verges and saddlestones.
Large barn with south 7 bays divided by buttresses with set offs; diagonal
buttresses at four corners and on south gabled porch, these having circular
bases. Minor doorways with four centred heads to all bays to south (except
westernmost) and to sides of porch; that in easternmost bay a later addition.
North side, having lost its transept, shows only a blocked doorway and a blocked
window. Roof is of arch brace, collar and tie beam construction with a single
tier of windbraces - a replica of 1934. At east end, a well with a flight of
steps into the well to its rock-cut level. Source: Woodspring Priory,
D.J. Tomalin, 1974.