Bratton is a small picturesque village in Wiltshire, England just east of Westbury on the north edge of Salisbury Plain.
It has two lovely churches, a shop and a pub at the centre of the village.
The Westbury White Horse and the earthworks of Bratton Castle Iron Age hill fort are both in Bratton parish. Notable buildings in the village are St James's Church, Bratton House, Bratton Baptist Chapel, The Duke public house, and the Court House, used by Judge Jeffreys at the time of Monmouth's Rebellion. It also has a school: Bratton Primary School, at the centre of the village.
Bratton has a vibrant community with many clubs and societies.
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