The parish of Eversley, situated north of Hartley Wintney, contains a number of small hamlets: Eversley Village (sometimes called Eversley Street), Eversley Centre, Eversley Cross, Lower Common and Up Green. The historical parish also included Bramshill, a modern civil parish largely covered by plantation forest, but also including the early 17th century Bramshill House, find out more by clicking on the Bramshill link. Eversley means 'Wild Boar Clearing' and the boar is the symbol of the village.

There are many scenic walks around the village pond and along the Blackwater River, including the footbridge at the New Mill which takes you over the tranquil waters of the river. There is a village shop, four public  houses, St. Mary’s Church, Charles Kingsley’s Primary School, beautiful countryside with the Blackwater River bordering the village to the North, and numerous large country houses; Firgrove Manor (now apartments), Glaston Hill House (private residence) and Warbrook House (now a Conference Centre).
The churchyard at St Mary’s Church is the burial place for Charles Kingsley, author of ‘The Water Babies’, a social critic and an early founder of ‘Christian Socialism’.  The local primary school was founded by Kingsley in 1853 and recently received an ‘Outstanding’ OFSTED report.
The local cricket club has been playing on the picturesque ground at Cross Green for 220 summers with successful youth and adult teams playing today.  Eversley football club was founded in 1910, currently plays in Division One of the Combined Counties League.

For further information about Eversley and the surrounding area, or to enquire about property for sale or to rent in Eversley please contact the local office: Hartley Wintney Office 01252 844015 orhartleywintney@mackenziesmith.co.uk, Lettings 01522 514000 or lettings@mackenziesmith.co.uk.