Bratton Fleming is a pleasant village community on the western edge of Exmoor at a height of 240m (800feet).It is surrounded by a rich tapestry of green fields, valleys and woods. Most of the old buildings are constructed with local stone quarried nearby and there is a Norman motte-bailey castle. There was a short-lived narrow gauge railway that had a major impact on the village between 1897 and 1935.
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|Bratton Fleming Churches|
|Bratton Fleming General|
|Bratton Fleming Schools - See Collections for School Groups|
The Bratton Fleming old and new Schools
|Grace Tamlyn 1830-1888|
The story of Grace Tamlyn
|Heritage Trail Bratton|
|Then and Now|