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Evenley is a village and civil parish just over 1 mile (1.6 km) south of Brackley in South Northamptonshire, England. The 2011 Census recorded the parish's population as 571.
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Evenley Hall is a Georgian building of five bays with Ionic columns. It was built in about 1740 for Francis Bassett. It was much altered after being damaged by a fire in 1897. It was a children's home run by the National Children's Home charity from 1941 until 2001.
The village has the 18th-century Red Lion public house, a village shop with post office, a village hall and a cricket club.
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The brothers Professor William Levinz, (1625–98), Creswell Levinz (1627–1701) and Right Reverend Baptist Levinz (died 1693) were all born at Evenley. William became a doctor of medicine and Regius Professor of Greek at the University of Oxford. Creswell became Attorney General. Baptist became Bishop of Sodor and Man.
There is a fully equipped kitchen/diner which includes a cooker, fridge, washing machine, microwave and dishwasher.
Silverstone, Bicester Village and Towcester Racecourse are all a stones throw away. Heathrow airport is 77km away, Bicester railway station is 16km away.
The parish is bounded by the River Great Ouse to the northeast, one of its tributaries to the northwest and on other sides by field boundaries. The parish's northeastern boundary is also part of the county boundary with Buckinghamshire. Its southeastern boundary is also part of the county boundary with Oxfordshire. The parish includes the site of the deserted medieval village of Astwick, about 1 mile (1.6 km) southwest of Evenley village.
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Cottage on the Green is a Grade II listed two bedroom cottage situated in the picturesque village of Evenley, Brackley, overlooking the village green. It is a great base as a country retreat, or as a base if you are working or visiting the area.
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St George's parish is a member of the Benefice of Aynho and Croughton with Evenley and Farthinghoe and Hinton-in-the-Hedges with Steane.
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Evenley had a parish church by 1535, when the Augustinian Huntingdon Priory held the rectory. Rowland Searchfield was rector in 1601.
The garden provides a seating area, and a bbq is available upon request.
Three bells from the old building were also re-used. Henry I Bagley of Chacombe cast the treble and fourth bells in 1632 and William Bagley cast the second bell in 1708. George Mears and Company of the Whitechapel Bell Foundry cast the third and tenor bells in 1865, completing the present ring of five. St George's also has a Sanctus bell cast by an unidentified founder in about 1699.
Please note that the garden will be closed on Saturday 13th August 2016 due to a private function, and will […]
Evenley Manor House is a mid-17th-century building of three bays, built of ironstone and limestone.
It has been refurbished, retaining original features and includes a log burner in the lounge,for those cosy evenings in. It still has the original bread oven set in the fireplace.
Evenley is conveniently situated close to the M40/M1 motorway networks and Oxford, Milton Keynes, Blenheim Palace, Stratford upon Avon,
An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Northamptonshire, Volume 4, Archaeological Sites in South-West Northamptonshire. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1982.
The village green is roughly square and is in the centre of the village. Evenley Cricket Club plays its home games here and claims it is one of the best wickets in South Northamptonshire. The parish war memorial is on the edge of the south side of the green.
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