Historic Maps of Oving and environs, hand-drawn by Ordnance Survey and by renowned Victorian cartographer Samuel Lewis.
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I also remember going to Quarrendon County Secondary School from Oving. Most of the children from Oving and the surrounding villages went there. As I understand it now the school has been renamed. I remember Rosetta Sasso, Patsy Morris, Jane Cairns, Anne Jaeger, George Randall, Leila Randall, the list goes (...Read full memory)
My family lived in Manor Cottage, the house on the left, when I was born in 1959. It was such a friendly village. I knew everyone who lived in the lower half of the village. I was able to walk safely down the road to the village school until it closed in 1968. We then had to travel by bus to North Marston school. There were (...Read full memory)