Welcome to the Eversley, Hampshire website.
Eversley is a village in the Blackwater valley in north east Hampshire right on the border with Finchampstead in
Berkshire, 1 mile west of Yateley, 5 miles south of Wokingham and 4 miles north of Fleet. The village consists of 5 main
areas, Eversley Street, Eversley Cross, Eversley Centre, Lower Common and Up Green.
Websites about Eversley
Eversley Parish Council
Hampshire County Council
Eversley in old maps
St. Mary's Church
Loddon and Eversley Heritage Area
Charles Kingsley's School
What's happening in Eversley
Eversley Village Hall
Eversley WI - and updated for 2015
Tri-Counties Ladies Club events updated for 2015
Sport in Eversley
Eversley Cricket Club - broken link
Eversley Sports Association - non-working website
Eversley Football Club - broken link
The White Hart Marauders Rugby club
Watmore Farm Fisheries Coarse Fishing Lake in Eversley Cross
Rycroft School of Equitation
Wildlife in Eversley
Moor Green Lakes Group Nature reserves along the River Blackwater.
Castle Bottom National Nature Reserve Hampshire CC site.
Castle Bottom NNR Natural England site.
Castle Bottom Lookers.
Businesses in Eversley
Shops, Pubs and Restaurants
Eversley Centre Stores The village shop (now under new management).
Tally Ho Pub and Restaurant
The Golden Pot Public House and Restaurant
The Frog and Wicket Public House and Restaurant
The White Hart Public House and Restaurant - now under new ownership
The Chequers Pub and restaurant - Yet another
The New Mill is now closed.
IT and Computers
eMapSite Electronic maps
Paul Herber Computer software and webpage design
Bubblehub Solutions Website design
Health and Beauty
John Gorman - Chiropractor and Engineer
House of Beauty, Warbrook House
Mimis Hair Salon
Melissa Clare Makeup Bridal hair and makeup
Bamboo Massage Aromatherapy based massages with Eastern influence
Pets, Equestrian, Horticulture and Farming
Antiques and furniture
People in Eversley
Village events for 2016Tell us about a new event (Eversley related only please)
The Eversley Gallery
Maintained by Paul Herber
Last updated 4th February 2016
Copyright © 2016 Paul Herber