Awbridge Village Website


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Village History

Awbridge (pronounced Aybridge) which lies a few miles outside of Romsey, is mentioned in the Domesday Book, and in its first draft of 1086 that Awbridge was called 'Abedric', then in 1207 it was changed to 'Abberugge' 'Abbederugge in 1218, and 'Abbederigge' by 1238. This change showed the influence of the Normans on the original Celtic name. In 1849 the name was spelt 'Awebridge' and this is shown by an inscription on the northerly wall of the original chapel near Stanbridge Earls.

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Most Recent Articles


Posted by on Jun 22, 2015 in Chat, Events, Upcoming | 0 comments

Please note that the Hamilton Parker Buckingham signs that have been put up around the village are advertising the School fete on 3rd July. The sign people have been made aware and we hope to have this rectified by...

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Awbridge Village Fete 2015 – 9th May

Posted by on Mar 25, 2015 in Blog, Chat, Events, Upcoming | 0 comments

Please don’t forget that Awbridge Village Fete is coming soon and we need your help to make it a success! It is on the 9th May starting at 12noon and is being held at Awbridge Village Hall. Contact us on...

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HAMPSHIRE COMMEMORATES – A window to our past, present and future

Posted by on Mar 25, 2015 in Blog, Chat | 0 comments

Further to several progress reports in Awbridge News last year, it is good to...

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