The village as it might have been in 1086, imagined by Elizabeth Lewis and Edward Roberts, now on display in the Musee de la Tapisserie, Bayeux
West end of village model
Domesday model of Church and Hall.
The Sunday Times published an article in its Colour Supplement featuring East Meon as the Domesday Village
Sunday Times supplement page 2, Heritage.
Supplement, p3, Landmarks in time
'Mene' entry in Domesday Book.
A brief history of East Meon. Artist's impression of Domesday village.
IN 1986, East Meon was selected by Hampshire Museums and the Sunday Times as the ‘Domesday Village’ – click here for more information. A model was built recreating the village as it would have been at the time of Domesday, designed by Curator Elizabeth Lewis and medieval architectural historian Edward Roberts. and was displayed in the Great Hall in Winchester. it was later moved to La Musee de La Tapisserie in Bayeux.