ArmsAzure, a pale Or in chief three martlets each ensigned by an eastern crown all counterchanged.
CrestUpon the upper part of a fluted Ionic column Or a stack of two books Argent bound Azure garnished Or statant thereon a Piping Shrike with wings displayed and inverted proper supporting with its sinister wing a cello bow Or an holding in its beak a sprig of three roses Gules barbed seeded and slipped Or.

Mr Eveleigh, born in London but with much of his life spent in Australia, worked latterly at Westminster School and also Winchester College. The blue and gold livery, together with the martlets are an illusion to Westminster while the eastern crowns of the shield indicate Mr Eveleigh’s commitment to hereditary constitutional monarchy and to being a member of The Australian Monarchist League and Australians for Constitutional Monarchy. The Piping Shrike of the crest is one of the State emblems of the South Australia, while the Ionic column alludes to Mr Eveleigh’s degree in classical Archaeology. The books refer to his main career as a librarian, the cello bow to his interest and training in music and the three roses to his connection with Winchester College.

Granted7th December 2007 (College of Arms)
AgentDavid White (Somerset Herald)
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