Centre of Brimpsfield village
The village is recorded in Domesday Book as "Brimesfelde". Brimpsfield Castle was built in the village in the Norman period. The manor of Brimpsfield was granted to Maurice de Berkeley in 1339 by King Edward III.
A fictional Brimpsfield was the village, home of Peter and Abby Grant, in the 1970s Survivors BBC TV series, with a railway connection to London.
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