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to the Beech village website!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone!

Please see Diary for details of village events to come in 2017.....

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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…

New addition to the playground on the Village Green

Beech Village Hall is very pleased to announce that a new piece of playground equipment, a rope climber by Playdale, has been installed on the Green.   The rope climber is for the older child (8-14 years) and complements the existing playground that is already so popular with ... Read more

Chairman’s Report 2016

Click below to read Nick Charman's full report for the 2015-16 financial year: BVH Annual Report 2016 ... Read more

BGs’ Christmas Party 2016

The Beech Gardeners held their Christmas Party on 7 December at Kathy and Neil Pearce's house, in their games room.  The food and first drink were provided by the BGs' Club and after that we bought the subsequent drinks.  Wonderful sandwiches, prawn balls, cocktail sausages, pigs ... Read more

Beech Christmas Fair 2016

The Beech Christmas Fair was held on Sunday 27 November at the Village Hall and was very well attended by local residents and their friends and relatives.  The stallholders came early and set up their stalls and what a colourful array they were - there is a gallery below of all of ... Read more

Beech Village Bonfire Night 2016

There was a great turn-out for this year's Guy Fawkes' Night with an enormous gathering at the Village Hall and a spectacular torchlight parade up Wellhouse Road to the Recreation Ground where a wonderful bonfire was waiting to be lit.  Everybody threw their flaming torches onto the ... Read more

Christmas Parties 2016!

We've had two lovely Christmas parties this year - 70 grown-ups gathered to eat, drink, dance and play charades on 10th December.  Then on Sunday 18th at total of 14 children were treated to crown-making, party games, tea and a visit from Santa followed by the Nativity Story told ... Read more