Netheravon Dovecote is a charming yet practical building, and an excellent example of an early 18th century dovecote. It still retains most of its original 700 chalk nesting boxes.
Read more about the history of the dovecote.
Before You Go
Parking: Visitors should park in the Netheravon Church car park.
How to Find it: From the church car park, walk back down the lane from the church and turn left into Millennium Park, via a black pedestrian gate.
Walk across the park to its southern edge, where you can see the rear of the dovecote from a distance of around 20 metres.
Facilities: The village has a small shop and a pub.
Please be aware: There is no access to the field in which the dovecote is situated.
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