Hampshire Treasures

Volume 9 ( Test Valley South)

Page 45 - East Tytherley

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A large rambling parish of 2,678 acres, with a population of 232 in 1981, East Tytherley lies immediately north of East Dean. The village of East Tytherley is small, and secluded amidst woodlands. The Roman road from Winchester to Old Sarum crosses the north of the parish, with three tumuli adjacent under Broughton Hill. Lockerley Hall is situated close to the village and surrounded by parkland with a stream running through. The church has some early stained glass windows dating from the C.13. The Village School was founded in the early C.18 and this attractive building is now a private residence.

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