The Haywain inn, Bramling
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Bramling is a hamlet five miles (8 km) east of Canterbury in Kent, England. It lies on the A257 road between Littlebourne and Wingham. The local public house is called The Haywain. The population of the hamlet taken at the 2011 Census was included in the civil parish of Ickham and Well
Nearby are, or were, Bramling Bottom, Bramling Downs, and Bramlingcourt Farm. Bramling House, described as a fine example of Elizabethan architecture, was the seat of the Wood Family, who's scion, Thomas Philpott Wood also established Bramling House in Chesterfield. Bramling House and Bramlincourt Farm are in the Bramling conservation area.
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- Sir Charles Igglesden (1900). A Saunter Through Kent with Pen and Pencil. Kentish Express. p. 66.
- John Pym Yeatman (1 January 1886). The feudal history of the County of Derby; (chiefly during the 11th, 12th, and 13th centuries). Dalcassian Publishing Company.
- Exchequer (1987). The Great Roll of the Pipe for the Fourth Year of the Reign of King Henry III, Michaelmas 1220 (Pipe Roll 64). Pipe Roll Society.
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