FALFIELD - Pale brown or fallow open land'. Old English fecal + field.Taken from A Dictionary of Place-Names Oxford University Press, © A.D. Mills 1998.
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1. The Windmill, Falfield 2. Falfield Lodge and Gate Pillars and Railings to the front garden and the west side of Church Avenue Church Avenue, Falfield3. Brand Oak, Gloucester Road, Falfield4. Mount Pleasant Union Church, Bristol Road, Falfield5. Falfield Mill House, Mill Lane, Falfield6. Falfield Mill, Mill Lane, Falfield 7. Heneage Farmhouse, Moorslade Lane, Falfield8. St. George’s Parish Church, Sundayshill Lane, Falfield9. Eastwood Park 10. Stables, Coach House, Stable Hands Accommodation, Eastwood Park, Falfield11. Heneage Court, Heneage Lane, Falfield12. Pool Farmhouse, Gloucester Road, Falfield
The above are classified as Grade II Listed Buildings within the parish of Falfield.
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