Charlton was, until recently, a village to the west of Andover but, as Andover grew, Charlton became absorbed by it and there is now no discernible boundary. However, it retains much of the atmosphere of a village, with its own church, pub and village stores. The area was settled in the bronze age and by the time of the Domesday survey the village already had twenty-seven households. Today the lakes are a popular recreation place for the whole area and the local MP finds the cycle shop "Behind the Bikeshed" of great value!
The picture of Charlton church is courtesy of Badgers Heritage.
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