A medieval barn in Nailsea, which has undergone a £1.2 million refurbishment, has won a top conservation award. The Tithe Barn has won the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) People's Choice award.
RIBA asked people across the South West to vote for their favourite new building project, with the 15th century Tithe Barn beating the competition to take the main prize.
The competition is in its fourth year and the shortlist represented a broad selection of publicly accessible buildings across the South West.
RIBA South West Town And Country Design Awards look at the impact of new and converted built environment projects in both rural and urban settings.
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