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English: Dibden Purlieu is a small village situated on the edge of the New Forest in Hampshire, UK and is twinned with Mauves-sur-Loire. Purlieu is a Norman-French word meaning "the outskirts of a forest" – a place free from forest laws. Dibden Purlieu is in the parish of Dibden, referred to in the Domesday Book as Deepdene, "dene" being an Anglo-Saxon word for valley. The village nearly merges with the nearby town of Hythe.
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- ► St Andrew's Church, Dibden Purlieu (3 F)