Braceborough is both a village and parish 92 miles north of London, six miles northeast of Stamford and six miles northwest of Market Deeping off of either the A15 or the A16 trunk roads. The parish is bounded on the east by the River Glen and on the south by Greatford parish. To the west is Essendine parish in Rutlandshire. The parish covered about 1,700 acres in 1842.
An arm of the East Glen River runs past the north side of the village and a large wood still stands, half a mile west of the village. If you are planning a visit:
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