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The History of Wellow

Wellow has a long and interesting history. The bridge over the brook once bore medieval packhorses, and the Wellow Tumulus is a Neolithic chambered tomb with multiple burial chambers. In World War II the Wellow valley became part of the GHQ stop line green, with defences intended to isolate southern England in the event of German invasion. The remains of a number of type 24 pillboxes and anti-tank cubes can be found in various riverside locations both upstream and downstream of the village.

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