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Broomsthorpe is a place in the English county of Norfolk. It is the site of a deserted medieval village with scheduled ancient monument status to the south of Coxford. This may be the location of the village of Sengham or possibly Tattersett St Andrew. It lies south-east of the site of Coxford Priory in the parish of Tattersett. The population of the place is included in the civil parish of East Rudham.
The modern place of Broomsthorpe is in the parish of East Rudham to the south-west of the deserted village site. It consists of a handful of houses and the Grade II listed Broomsthorpe Hall dating from around 1800.
- Broomsthorpe Deserted Medieval Village, Historic England. Retrieved 2015-10-25.
- Broomsthorpe/Sengham or Tattersett St Andrew deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
- Parish summary: Tattersett, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
- Broomsthorpe Hall Farmhouse, East Rudham, British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
Media related to Broomsthorpe at Wikimedia Commons
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