Welcome to our web site!
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. In spite of its small size, it is a very active village and
even has an allotment site as well.
Most activities are situated around the
Village Hall and
the Church. Also
located in this area the bottle and clothing banks to cater for
local recycling. We hope you enjoy finding out about Ovington and
please feel free to come and take part in our activities.
Ovington Village Hall is located at the north end of Church
Church Repair funding
After three attempts, the Heritage
Lottery Fund has agreed payment of up to £222,006 for long needed
repairs to our Church. This is an extremely important development
for the village and work has already started on the planning
The progress of this key project will be recorded on this web site so go here for more details and an update.
Queens Birthday -
Ovington Beacon lighting 21st April 8.00pm
On a cold evening on 21st of April the Village Beacon was lit to celibrate the Queen’s Birthday. This beacon is situated at the top of The Old Crown Field, so can be appropriately described as Crown Land. A small group supported this event and in spite
of a strong wind, the fire was lit successfully.