To add to our gallery, please email your photos to the clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a credit for the photographer and a much detail about the photos as possible, eg date, place, names, event details.
The ‘Unknown Tommy’ stands in Shevington Library. The metal outlines were originally commissioned to mark 100 years of the end of WWII in 2018, although this photo was taken in 2020 after VE Day 75 was celebrated (in a socially distant way) across the country.
The fete in 2018, with the marquee in full swing. Musicians from the Rock Choir to Tom Jones impersonator Ian Anthony and local singers of all ages perform regularly at the fete.
Shevington Youth Club Chair John Whiteley presides over car park duties during the fete of 2014. Stalls are held inside the Youth Club and refreshments served in the foyer.
Benidorm and Coronation Street actress Sherrie Hewson opens Shevington Fete in 2015. Read more about Shevington Fete here.
Shevington in Bloom members with representatives from Taylor Wimpey following the installation of the olive tree and bench in the village centre. (2014)
Shevington Fete being opened by actress Sue Johnston, famous for her roles in Brookside, The Royle Family, Waking the Dead and many other performances, in 2013.
A planter – one of 45 across the village which are watered and maintained by the Parish Council, planted by Shevington In Bloom volunteers.
The village Christmas tree, which is paid for by the Parish Council along with the lamppost lights which are situated in various areas across the parish.
Vicarage Lane playing fields, which have been created on land owned by the Parish Council for local teams Shevington FC and Shevington Sharks ARLFC – as well as other community groups – to use.
Flower beds created by Shevington in Bloom at the Parish Council car park in the village centre.