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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 »

Digging Up the Past – Evington

BRONZE AGE, ROMAN AND SAXON EVINGTON Any attempt to explore the archaeology of a heavily built up area such as Evington is hazardous because we must rely on chance discoveries in gardens and on building sites rather than systematically seeking evidence on ploughed farmland.  Consequently there are bound to be gaps and distortions in our story. The ancient parish covered ... Read More »

Singing round the Christmas tree in Evington

                                                                        Outside Evington library on Saturday 20th December, many residents enjoyed a good sing-song with carols and Christmas songs.  The singing was accompanied by a ... Read More »

Evington’s VAD Hospital

                                EVINGTON’S V.A.D HOSPITAL (VOLUNTARY AIDED DETACHMENT) The building now known as Evington Park House was called Knighton V.A.D. Hospital or VAD Leicester 4 during WW1. V.A.D. hospitals were set up through the Joint War Committee comprising the British Red Cross and the Order of St. John of Jerusalem who had pooled their resources under the Red ... Read More »

Evington Village Hall

The Village Hall is available for bookings.  For more information see the new web page: Read More »

St Denys Church

Next to the Shady Lane Arboretum and Piggy’s Hollow, St Denys Church has been at the heart of Evington life for nearly 800 years, as a people and place of prayer.  We are the Church of England Parish Church for the Evington and Goodwood area and host a range of Christian services and events to which all are welcome.  You ... Read More »