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For the first of our Autumn 2022 talks Ken Bonham will be at JMT discussing the great barn at St. Osyth Priory, timber framed barns in Essex, Medieval aisled barns including Coggeshall and Cressing Temple barns. Medieval craftsman builders. Regional barn types and the geology that dictates them. Cruck barns and raised-cruck barns.

Tickets are £2.00 pay on the door on arrival. Book tickets for all five talks in advance and get the final talk free.

Refreshments provided.

Please note our stair lift is currently out of order. If you wish to discuss access arrangements please email jaywickmartellotower@essex.gov.uk or phone 01255 822783.

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Autumn Talks: Barns in Essex and Elsewhere

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Jaywick Martello Tower, The Promenade, Belsize Avenue, Jaywick, Essex, CO15 2LF
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