Hampshire Treasures

Volume 9 ( Test Valley South)

Page 41 - East Dean

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On the Wiltshire border immediately west of Lockerley, the parish of East Dean stands astride the railway line from Romsey to Salisbury and the tributary of the River Test which runs parallel to the railway. The small village of East Dean is scattered along a minor road close to the railway, and the chalk escarpment of Dean Hill rises to the south. The original church was a chapel of ease to Mottisfont, and parts of the Norman work have been preserved in the Victorian building. There are some scattered areas of woodland and several public footpaths in this small agricultural parish.

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