Everton Village, Hampshire
The small village of Everton lies at the southern edge of the New Forest National Park near The Solent coast in Hampshire. It is less than three miles west of Lymington and two miles north of Milford-on-Sea.
The name of Everton derives from an older version Yveltona that features in records dating from the 14th century. See Everton Village History for more information.
News and information on this website complements the local newsletter that villagers receive in on a regular basis. A full back-catalogue of newsletters are available here.
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Map of Hampshire in 1788
The Everton Community Association (ECA)
The Everton Community Association (ECA) is a registered Charity (No 1044718) and exists entirely for the benefit of the Everton Villagers. It is very much the Villagers Association and is run by a Committee of volunteers drawn from its membership which includes all individuals who live within Everton. The Constitution states that the ECA exists:
‘… to promote the benefit of the inhabitants of Everton, without distinction of sex, sexual orientation, race or political opinions, by associating together the inhabitants and local authorities,voluntary and other organisations in a common effort to advance education and to provide facilities in the interest of social welfare for recreational and leisure time occupation with the object of improving the conditions of life for the said inhabitant…’
Everton Community Association Information