Richardson Evans (5 April 1846 – 10 May 1928) was a British civil servant, journalist and author.
From the 1880s onwards, Evans campaigned to limit advertising in the fields alongside railway lines, to save the view of the Thames from Richmond Hill, and similar causes. He was the principal founder in 1903 of the John Evelyn Club, now known as the Wimbledon Society, and was its secretary until 1920.
The Richardson Evans Memorial Playing Fields (REMPF) are named in his honour.
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