Our first stop of the day was the amazing grade II listed tithe barn at Bradford-on-Avon, measuring 180 feet long and 30 feet wide, which was constructed in the 14th century. It was stunning and, despite being empty, still interesting to explore.
It is now part of Barton Farm Country Park which meant the children took their scooters and were able to enjoy the Country Park.
The River Avon runs through it so there was plenty to see. People were fishing and the rowing club was out on the river. We were very near the Kennet and Avon Canal but despite the proximity didn’t manage to walk to the nearest lock!
We did discover an ancient pillbox before heading to the park.