- Annual General Meeting of the Wiltshire Neighbourhood Watch Association
- Consultation on proposed closure of Everleigh Household Recycling Centre
- Wiltshire Police Appeal – road traffic collision near Tidworth 6th June 2018
- Everleigh Parish Council the FY Reports for Financial Year 17-18
- Minutes of the Annual Meeting of the Parish – 14th May 2018
The small, quiet village of Everleigh, consisting of two parts, East Everleigh and Lower Everleigh, is set on the North East edge of Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire.
Everleigh did boast about having all of the essential amenties, the local pub – The Crown Hotel (however this is no more) , its very own Indian Restaurant –The Goa Balti , Richard Hannon’s Stables, Everleigh Farm Shop, sady no longer operating) as well as a bus stop or two, as well as offering unspoilt countryside, peace and quiet and easy access to Collingbourne Woods and Savernake Forest, offers miles of woodland and pathways, perfect for outdoor pursuits if you are that way inclined.
Whilst not brimming over with local attractions, Everleigh boasts historical links to royalty and famous people of their day, archaeology and being the ‘playground’ for the Armed Forces both on Salisbury Plain and over it, with Everleigh being on the flightpath for a designated Drop Zone.
Everleigh is lucky to have a very active Parish Council, and in order to comply with new legislation and transparency, you can find all of the relevent meeting information, doucments and statements on this website. Everleigh Parish Council meetings as well as other Everleigh and local events will be displayed in the calendar.
Everleigh falls under the Tidworth Community Area , which covers the following parishes of Chute, Chute Forest, Collingbourne Ducis, Collingbourne Kingston, Everleigh, Tidcombe and Fosbury , Netheravon, Enford, Fittleton and the town’s of Ludgershall and Tidworth (including Perham Down). The local area is covered by a community radio station, called Castledown Radio , based in Ludgershall and the local community magazine “The Courier”, the latest version is available to download here
The aim of this website is to act as a resource for the village of Everleigh as well as to anyone who happens to stumble across it. Please check out the News Pages for the latest updates, Neighbourhood Bulletins from the local Police, the Everleigh Outlook for the archives of our local village newsletter, the online Photo Gallery as well as our local Business links.