Bramfield is a pretty place, situated 3 miles as the crow or jackdaw flies in a northwesterly direction from the county town of Hertford. Like many of our local villages, it’s origins begin deep in history and pre-date Norman Domesday records. At it’s centre is St Andrew’s Church, extensively renovated by the Victorians though in earlier times a young Thomas à Becket served as priest, his name given to the village pond – Becket’s pond.
|This wren (troglodytes troglodytes) was living up to it’s latin name, emerging from a hole
between the roots of this yew tree