Season’s Greetings

The Committee of the Eaton Village Residents’ Association wishes you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. The challenges presented by the Covid pandemic continue into another year and we all need to take care and keep safe as we go about our daily lives. However, we all look forward to 2022 being…

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Free Exchange Library on Wentworth Green

Free Exchange Library: A resident has set up a free exchange library on Wentworth Green which is already proving to be popular. The materials used for the library have come from left over projects: the window was a freebie which they cut down, feet made from reused posts and the living roof made from their…

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Eaton Speed Awareness Monitor

Eaton Speed Awareness Monitor: The SAM sign was located on Church Lane until Saturday 4th December and the data covering five weeks has been posted on the EVRA website. Just over 87,000 vehicles were recorded during this time with 60% exceeding the 20mph limit. Maximum speed recorded was 65mph with many other vehicles exceeding 40mph….

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EVRA – Looking Ahead to 2022

The EVRA Committee has been planning its programme for 2022 and the events and dates proposed are as follows:  15-18 April – Easter/Spring windows or front garden displays and Easter Trail.  7th May – Contribute to St Andrew’s Church Eco Day  2nd June – Jubilee celebrations  16-24 July – Scarecrow Festival  17th July Family Fun Day  August –…

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EVRA 2021 AGM Cancelled

Eaton Village Residents’ Association Annual General Meeting: For the second year running and with the number of COVID infections rising the EVRA Committee have reluctantly decided not to hold a public Annual General Meeting in 2021. In its place the EVRA Autumn Newsletter will include reports and accounts for the past year and be delivered to…

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