The village of Brunton, Fife
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The village of Brunton, Fife

Hidden within the folding hills of north Fife to the east of Norman's Law lies the old fermetoun village of Brunton. Surviving as a cottage weaving village in the 18th and 19th centuries, Brunton is now an attractive commuter settlement. The village once had a meal mill and nearby stand the remains of a Free Church built in 1843.

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