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Penton Mewsey

Penton Grafton

Penton Mewsey – Holy Trinity Church
Penton Grafton is located in Hampshire
Penton Grafton
Penton Grafton
 Penton Grafton shown within Hampshire
OS grid reference
Civil parish Penton Mewsey
District Test Valley
Shire county Hampshire
Region South East
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town ANDOVER
Postcode district SP11
Dialling code 01264
Police Hampshire
Fire Hampshire
Ambulance South Central
EU Parliament South East England
UK Parliament North West Hampshire
List of places
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Hampshire

Penton Mewsey is a village and civil parish in Hampshire, England. It is located 2 miles north-west of Andover.

The village is home to approximately 400 people and has about 110 houses. The name Penton is derived from Penitone, which is a farm held at penny rent. The village is adjacent to the hamlet and parish of Penton Grafton. Both villages are collectively known as The Pentons.

Until the 1920s the Pentons were mainly agricultural communities supporting sheep and corn, typical of northern Hampshire at the time. The Pentons are still surrounded by farmland which is currently completely arable. Today, three stables provide the main village-based commercial activities. The Holy Trinity church dates from the 14th century, although it was refurbished extensively in the 19th century.

It is also the current home of Sir George Young.

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Media related to Penton Mewsey at Wikimedia Commons

  • Penton Mewsey Parish Council


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