This village is Brill. That's it's name - Brill. It sits on Brill hill and has the Brill school.
Brill is, well, brill
Brill is a village and civil parish in Aylesbury Vale district in Buckinghamshire, England, close to the boundary with Oxfordshire.
- Brill's name is a combination of Brythonic and Anglo Saxon words for hill
- Brill is known for its windmill which was restored in 2009
- Brill railway station was once a north-western terminus of the London Underground system.
- Brill has a school called Brill school. We wonder if it is a brill school?
- The perpetrators of the Great Train Robbery in 1963 hid in the outskirts of Brill
- Mick Pointer, drummer and founding member of the progressive rock bands Marillion and Arena was born on 22 July 1956 in Brill.
- The population of Brill is around 1,200
- Most of the houses in Brill are privately owned, and clustered at the top of Brill Hill.
Life in Brill is, in many ways, unique - and maybe we retain just a little of the "refractory disposition" of the former inhabitants of the Royal Forest of Bernwood --village website
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Any village with a name so brill as Brill is worth reading more about.
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