Place:Bramfield, Suffolk, England

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NameBramfield
TypeUnknown
Located inSuffolk, England
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Bramfield is a small village in the county of Suffolk, England. The village is found off the A12 road, one of the main arterial routes through the county.

Its most notable feature is the 13th-century church, St. Andrew's, which has a separate 12th-century tower standing in the church grounds. It is one of 38 existing round-tower churches in Suffolk and the only detached example in the county. The ground before the altar of the church is paved with a number of fine ledger slabs of members of the Rabett and Nelson families.

A pub, The Queen's Head, has been in The Good Food Guide for many years, and has won the pub of the year twice.

Bramfield is the burial place of Gladwyn Jebb, the first acting Secretary-General of the United Nations.

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