This community website is intended as a source of information for villagers and visitors – as well as a showcase for our local artists and a promotional space for local businesses.
Maiden Bradley village has a population of only 300, but is a vibrant community – certainly not short of skills and talent!
Maiden Bradley is a village in southwest Wiltshire, England, about 6 miles (10 km) southwest of Warminster and bordering the county of Somerset. The B3092 road between Frome and Mere forms the village street. Bradley House, the seat of the Duke of Somerset, is adjacent to the village.
Maiden Bradley is the principal settlement
in the civil parish of Maiden Bradley with Yarnfield. The parish is in the Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and was one of the clearings in the former Selwood Forest. In the northwest the
parish includes the hamlet of Gare Hill, although most dwellings there are in Trudoxhill parish, Somerset.