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Titchfield Abbey conservation area was designated in 1994. It includes a portion of the Meon Valley, between the A27 north of Titchfield Village and the railway from Fareham to Southampton. This part of the Meon Valley has considerable architectural and historic interest and provides a setting for a number of important scheduled ancient monuments and listed buildings, most notably those associated with Titchfield Abbey. The valley provides a remarkably unspoilt rural backdrop to these historic buildings.