Ovington Parish

Ovington is a small village situated in the Breckland area of Norfolk, approximately I mile north of the market town of Watton. It contains 43 properties lived in by 200 people.

The village has grown slowly, with major additions being the Crescent in 1939-1945 and the Church Road houses in the early 1970s.

In spite of its small size, the village has several active social organisations. The Village Hall is used for many activities. The hall may be hired for functions.

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An allotment site was set up in 2010.

The Parish has a number of claims to fame. See here.

This is an aerial view of mid Ovington showing The Street running left to right and part of the Cresent - top right. Note also the swimming pool in one of the luxury houses,

There is also an indoor swimming pool available on the Carbooke Road. Details of this are here.

 

The centre field is also the site of the only vineyard in the village.

 

Photo by courtesy of the Ovington Air Force.

 


 

 

 

 

And the Bends!

The famous Ovington bends are also in the Parish.

This section of road has been carefully designed to slow all traffic down to 30 mph, or less and in the current economic climate it is unlikely that the bends will be abolished!