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Brattle is located in Kent
 Brattle shown within Kent
OS grid reference TQ9433
Shire county Kent
Region South East
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Police Kent
Fire Kent
Ambulance South East Coast
EU Parliament South East England
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Coordinates: 51°04′15″N 0°46′36″E / 51.0709°N 0.7768°E / 51.0709; 0.7768

Brattle is one of the settlements making up the dispersed village of Woodchurch in Kent, England. It is at the southern apex of the triangle of roads which are the main village.


The surname Brattle is of geographical, place name origin. It was borne by one of the "Gentlemen's Families" living on estates in or near 18th century Boston, America (see Inman Square#History). After them are named Brattle Square and Brattle Street in neighbouring Cambridge, Massachusetts as well as Boston's Brattle Street. Derived, in turn, from these are the names of the Brattle Street Church in Boston and the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge.