Laverstoke

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Laverstoke
Laverstoke is located in Hampshire
Laverstoke
Laverstoke
 Laverstoke shown within Hampshire
OS grid reference SU4916148543
District Basingstoke and Deane
Shire county Hampshire
Region South East
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Police Hampshire
Fire Hampshire
Ambulance South Central
EU Parliament South East England
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Coordinates: 51°14′02″N 1°17′50″W / 51.233957°N 1.297254°W / 51.233957; -1.297254Laverstoke is a village in north west Hampshire, England. It forms a parish with the nearby village of Freefolk.

Businesses include Laverstoke Park Farm, and Bombay Sapphire gin is due to be distilled in the old paper mill[1] as of late 2013.[2]

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In Richard Adams' Watership Down, the punt on which the rabbits escape from the Efrafans was boarded on the River Test at Laverstoke.

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Media related to Laverstoke at Wikimedia Commons