Brightwell Baldwin

OXFORDSHIRE
ENGLAND


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Entering Brightwell Baldwin, the road sweeps around to the residential part of the village. On the right here is the public house, The Lord Nelson. Unseen, but on the left is the parish church, St Bartholomew.

The Lord Nelson was originally a thatched cottage, and was extended in the late 18th century. A plaque over the entrance tells you that, having been closed for 66 years, the public house was reopened on 21 October 1971, Trafalgar Day, by Vice-Admiral Sir William Crawford, K.B.E. C.B. D.S.C.


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