Everwick (English: York) is a sheedly walled stead at the rithmeet of the streams Ouse and Foss in North Everwickshire, England. The meanth is the yorewiseethel town of the sheedlyethel of Everwickshire to which it gives its name. The stead has a rich birthright and has behefted the backdrop to highermootishhaps in England throughout much of its two thousandyears of thingness. The stead offers a wealth of sheedlydrawings, of which Everwick Rede is the most forestanding, and a kind of kithship and sporting ongoings making it a folkly sightseer coming for twisands.
The stead was settled by the Romers as Eboracum in 71 AD. It became the headstead of the Romish landshire of Lower Briten, and later of the kingdoms of Northumberland and Jórvík. In the Middle Times, Everwick grew as a high wool trading heart and became the headstead of the northern churchly landshire of the Church of England, a playwork it has keeped.
In the 19th yearhundred, Everwick became a hub of the sporway network and a sweetshop frame heart. In late yeartens, the wealthdom of Everwick has stired from being bestrided by its sweetshop and sporway-linked worksomeness to one that feeds bystandings. The Lorestead of Everwick and health bystandings have become high workgivers, whilst sightseerdom has become an foremost shaftroot of the nearby wealthdom.
From 1996, the name 'Stead of Everwick'betells a nearby stewardship neighbourhood (a oneness headship land) which inholds fieldy lands beyond the old stead mire. In 2011 the townwise land had a befolking of 153,717, while in 2010 the whole oneness headship had an guessed befolking of 202,400.