Spend some time in Overton, a large attractive village on the famous River Test which has it’s source 1 mile to the east in Ashe. There is evidence of habitation since the Stone and Bronze Ages with finds and barrows located nearby. The area has a history of banknote paper manufacture starting in the 18th Century and Overton Mill still produces banknotes for the Bank of England.
With a thriving village centre, local shops sit aside eateries and accommodation can be found locally at The White Hart.
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