Tinsley’s Barn & St Mary Magdalene opened 10am – 5pm Saturday 9th September 2017

Our first Heritage Open Day Trail (admittedly only two venues, Tinsley’s Barn and St Mary Magdalene, but that made a trail! ) were open on Saturday 9th September.

St Mary Magdalene (C14th Grade I Listed Building) was also open for Ride & Stride as was All Saints, Stanton-on-the-Wolds and Keyworth Methodist Church.

St MM offered refreshments; the cakes were delicious….

Tinsley’s Barn (Grade II Listed Building) opened for the first time for HODs, Graham & Pippa have recently restored this building and kindly invited K&DLHS and CAAG to put on displays for visitors.

80 people visited Tinsley’s Barn steadily throughout the day;

Sue Buckby from St MM said “We are so pleased all went well yesterday and people came to see both our buildings.  We had 32 visitors but only 8 with the ride and stride, but that was well worth being open for”.

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