History & Pre-History
There is possibly an Anglo
Saxon Charter that records part of
the boundary of Hullavington. If it
exists, it would the first
historical record for Hullavington.
Apart from this, history begins
for our village in 1086 with
it being recorded in Domesday.
According to Domesday Earl Harold,
who became King Harold the
last of the Anglo Saxon Kings,
Various articles on
Hullavington's history from Domesday
up to more recent times can be found
on the following web pages:
As regards the pre-history, the
indicates there were at least
2 Romano British
settlements in the parish. A
geophysical survey indicates one
of these settlements is quite large
with a complex arrangement of
enclosures and buildings.
Other pre-historic finds include
an Iron Age coin, a rare and
fine example of a decorated
Bronze Age spear head,
microliths (small flints that were
originally embedded into wooden or
bone mounts) of the
Mesolithic period which spanned the
time from 10,000BC to about 4,000BC.
So people have been
visiting and living in Hullavington
for a long long time.