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Brightwell Baldwin is an attractive little village of stone cottages and is dominated by the Church of St. Bartholomew's which sits high above the road opposite the Lord Nelson public house. The village name is a derivation of a bright spring and the name of a 14th Century lord of the manor, Sir Baldwin de Bereford.
Along the north side of Brightwell Baldwin is Brightwell Park. The original house is now ruined and the house that remains is the former servants' quarters.

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