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Brimpton lies six and a half miles east of Newbury. The River Kennet forms the northern boundary and it is on the main road from Newbury to Silchester, Hampshire. The land is mainly gravel, with some clay, alluvium and peat. Nearly half the land was permanent grass, less than a third arable and a small amount woodland.

Further reading
Wordie, R. (ed.), ‘Enclosure In Berkshire, 1485-1885’ (Reading, 2000) pp.29-31.

Acreage: 1705
Population 1801: 330
  1831: 443
  1861: 462


OS Map Grid Ref(s): 43, 44


Parliamentary Enclosure Maps & Awards

Brimpton (1815) - Ref: Q/RDC/8A [ View Image(s) ] [ Search Awards Index ]

Brimpton (1815) - Ref: Q/RDC/8B [ View Image(s) ] [ Search Awards Index ]


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