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Abbotts Ann is a village in the parish of the same name, approximately 2 miles (3.2 km) south-west of Andover, Hampshire, England.

There are also some documents produced in 2006 which show some good detail of the village, including footpaths. These can be viewed here and here.

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1 – The Old Bakery – now converted into 3 dwellings
2 – Jubilee Oak Tree
3 – War Memorial Village Hall
4 – Village Shop and Post Office
5 – Eagle Pub
6 – St Mary’s Church
7 – Old Manor
8 – The Mill House
9 – Pennymarch  – one of the oldest houses in the village – the house has a cruck frame
10 – Old Rectory
11 – Abbotts Hill House, Little Ann
12 – Poplar Farm Pub
13 – School

Below is a black and white aerial view of the village, taken around 1950. 


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