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Brighstone on the the Isle of Wight


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Brighstone is a favourite with walkers and cyclists and offers a very nice tea garden to stop and have a rest in, Brighstone’s history is interesting the outstanding building in the village is the Church which dates back to 1190. The village is exceptionally proud that three of its former Rectors were consecrated bishops, and there is a pub in the village called "The Three Bishops". Brighstone hosts nature trails in the forest.

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