Everton Village News

Everton Mens Shed

08 November, 2018

Why we need a ‘Men’s Shed’

At the County Council, I am a member of the select committee that looks at Public Health and we recently received a presentation about ‘Men’s Sheds’. I have to say that at first I was rather puzzled about the general […]

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Everton Village Commemorative Stone

07 November, 2018

The Everton Commemorative Stone

Early in 2018 a small working group, Pauline Breeze, Gordon Pound and Cheryl Fillmore, supported by the Everton Community Association began to consider the viability of providing a Commemorative Stone for Everton. The group’s initial idea focused on a War […]

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Lest We Forget

07 October, 2018

Lest we forget

During this last year, the ECA set up a small working party, led by Gordon Pound to work on the installation of a fitting public memorial to coincide with this year’s centenary celebration of the end of the First World […]

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Armistice Day

06 October, 2018

Armistice Day 2018

Armistice Day this year falls on a Sunday and as it will be the Centenary of the end of the Great War the service in St Mary’s will take on a particular significance. The eleventh of November has also come […]

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Latest News Update

06 October, 2018

Memorial Bench Update

As part of their responsibility to help maintain and upkeep the Parish, Hordle Parish Council have been looking at replacing benches and seat around Everton. One such was identified, the wooden bench on the corner of Old Christchurch and Wainsford […]

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Everton Village Festival Stalls

23 June, 2018

Everton Village Festival June 10th – 17th 2018

Last year the Organisers of the Everton Village Festival, claimed they had held the most successful Festival ever. This year that success was repeated with added pzazz. The week long events took off in the style that Villagers look forward […]

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