to the Beech village website!

Forthcoming village events:

Friday 31st July: Village Social - a BBQ & 6.30pm start this month so bring the kids along!

Saturday 19th Sept: Beech Village Show - back by popular demand!

see Diary for details of all village events...


Beech Village Website

Welcome to the Website of the Hampshire village of Beech. This site is published on behalf of the Beech Village Hall and Recreation Ground Management Committee.

What’s going on…

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Beech Village Show 2015

Entry forms now available for Beech's 2nd Summer Show Organised by the 'Beech Gardeners' - the BGs On Saturday 19th September 2015 Beech Gardeners are putting on another Beech Village Show.  Enter your home-grown fruit, vegetables and flowers and win 1st, 2nd or highly commended c ... Read more


Temporary Road Closure: Kings Hill Beech

Beech Parish Council has received a temporary road closure notice for 11th August 2015 to allow Hampshire County Council to carry out tree works. It is expected that closure will be required for only 1 day. That actual location of the closure is Kings Hill between its junction with ... Read more

Alton Abbey car boot sale

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Alton Abbey

Hymns & Pimms at Alton Abbey – Friday 31st July

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Extra family-friendly social this month – Friday 31st July

Following a discussion with a number of residents at the Beech Village June Social, the start of the July Social, which will be a BBQ, will be brought forward to 6.30pm to make it easier for those who would like to to bring their children or grandchildren along. When is it? The last F ... Read more


BGS’ visit to a Wildflower Meadow

On Wednesday 1st July the Beech Gardeners visited a beautiful wildflower meadow at Doug and Suzy Palmer's house, just round the corner from Beech in the Basingstoke Road, at Warren Farm. It was a really hot afternoon and Doug took us up to the top of the meadow along what used to be the ... Read more


Alton Abbey news

June 6th and 7th were beautifully sunny,  which was a real bonus for Alton Abbey, who held their Open Garden and Plant Sale that weekend.  Three hundred people came to visit and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere, listen to the organ, and of course buy plants.  Teas did well,  as did the other f ... Read more