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Walking for Health

Meet at Evington library 10 a.m. Open to all levels of fitness but please ring Penny on 07502 576764 to discuss any health issues. Walk is approximately an hour long around the park, arboretum and local streets.  Followed by tea/coffee in Evington House £1   Read More »

Evington Bicycle Club

Every Monday,  Evington Bicycle Club. 5.30pm onwards in Evington Park. Learn to ride a bike.  Leader Peter Simmons.  All ages welcome. The club have some bikes for loan but participants are encouraged to bring their own bikes if they can. The Sun Lounge room in Evington Park House will also be open for tea and chat. This club is on ... Read More »

A New feature at Evington Park to remember The Oak Tree.

  Following the sad news that the large Oak in Evington Park had died and needed removing, it was decided rather than remove the tree completely we would create a carved seat to remember this magnificent tree. Daran from the Tree section kindly offered to carve the Tree and Park services paid a small fee for his additional services to ... Read More »

Beltane Spring Fayre Celebration at Evington House

  The Beltane Spring Fayre Group in association with Friends of Evington held their annual May Fayre and Maypole dancing event at Evington Park House and grounds on Saturday 9th May. The Fayre was held at Evington Park for the second consecutive year. The Pagan celebration was hosted for the first time in 2005 at Castle Gardens, Leicester and celebrated ... Read More »


After standing in a premier position since Victorian times the magnificent oak tree on the lawn in front of Evington House is to be felled. A recent Leicester City Council survey of the trees in the Park has reported that some of the established trees have disease and internal rot and can no longer be saved. The Victorian Oak has ... Read More »


TREES IN EVINGTON PARK   Following an extensive Tree Survey on Evington Park urgent work on some of the trees has been identified and undertaken.   Unfortunately some of the large established trees have disease and internal rot and can no longer be saved. These trees had been monitored for some considerable time and worked carried out on them over ... Read More »