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Milborne St Andrew

The earliest reference to Milborne St Andrew is from about 901 when King Alfred the Great bequeathed it to his son. Later his Grandson King Athelstan gave it to the Abbey at Milton. There has been a very complicated history of ownership and of the division of the parish. At one time it was made up of a number of manors and hamlets such as Milborne Abbatston, Audrueston, Churcheston, Deverel and Mamford. One or two of them had their own chapels. Again to the south, there is a site of an ancient village, traces of which can be seen today. This village was probably abandoned at the time of the Black Death in the 14th Century.

The village is now home to around 1100 people occupying 400 homes and occupies land to the north as well as to the south of the main road.  The village is a thriving community and boasts its own Primary School, Post Office, General Stores and Pub.  The Village Hall is the social heart of the community with clubs and societies galore as well as a children's playground and recreation field.

 

 

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