I started school there in 1924. I was 5 years old. Newcomers went to Miss Persil's...
Janet Woods remembers her early experiences of Nailsea: Born in Bristol in May
1939, I lived in...
Janet Woods writes: I must have started
school, aged five in 1944. I could read before I...
the age of 11 on Sept 5th 1949, I was collected along with fellow
new pupils by...
Richard Simmons (now a musician and playing the mandolin in the photograph) sent in his childhood...
Memories of evacuation and World War II in and around Nailsea.
George Enever, a London evacuee,...
Bristol Old Vic bring 'Savage Children' to Nailsea on Saturday 1st June More
Find out about events happening at the 2013 Nailsea Music and Arts Festival More
To find out what has been happening at the Tithe Barn read our current newsletter. More
Year 5 pupils from St Francis dressed up and had a Victorian morning at the Tithe Barn More
We need to talk about...We Need To Talk About Kevin this April at Nailsea TIthe Barn Film Club More
To find our about events at the Tithe Barn check out our What's On pages. More
The Barn won a People's Choice Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) conservation award. More
A new Friends scheme has been launched - show your support and join as a member More
A Weekend of Stories and Storytelling at Nailsea Tithe Barn, 9th and 10th November More
The second annual Wedding Fayre at the Tithe Barn for budding brides More
Monday 4th June 3-5pm. Join us by vintage bus, for afternoon tea and enjoy good music and the opportunity to put on your dancing More
The Tithe Barn, home of schooling for over 200 years, is a wonderful resource for learning about the past. Curriculum linked resources and activities are available across all key stages.