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River Avon - Cropthorne Mill
|Fladbury shown within Worcestershire|
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Fladbury is a traditional English village located in rural Worcestershire, England. The village was mentioned in the Domesday Book, almost 1,000 years ago. It is sited on the banks of the River Avon, with many interesting and original buildings and features. Cropthorne village is on the opposite bank of the Avon. The two ancient communities are linked by the Jubilee Bridge.
Fladbury Mill is a grade II listed building. It dates mainly from the 18th century, and is constructed of brick to an irregular plan. It has gabled wings; one gabled bay is of earlier timber framing.
A voluntary aided Church of England First School provides education to around 85 children aged 4 to 10. A September 2007 Ofsted inspection accorded the school a Grade 2 (good).
Fladbury Walkabout runs over a weekend in mid-July (8/9 July in 2017). It is an 'Open Gardens' event, which includes a Flower Festival, boat trips, children's activities, stalls, classic cars, live music and a Fun Run on the Sunday.
John Singer Sargent
- Taylor, Christopher "Village and Farmstead" p43
- The Institute of Archaeology & Antiquity, University of Birmingham Retrieved 27 May 2016
- Fladbury Mill at Heritage Gateway Retrieved 27 May 2016
- Ofsted report September 2007 Retrieved 30 July 2009
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