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to the Beech village website!

Please see Diary for details of our village events...have fun this summer, everyone!

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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…

Beech Village Show – Saturday 17th September 2016

More information to follow - in the meantime START PREPARING NOW !!!!! Click here for the entry form and terms and conditions ... Read more

Third 100 Club draw held at August bank holiday Social

Mr Colin Paynter, Wellhouse Road, won £200 in the 100 club draw, which took place at the August Social BBQ, held outdoors on a sunny Friday bank holiday evening.  He joins our other lucky winners Debbie & Neil Robertson (June), and Peter & Diana Tarbutt (July). You can still join ... Read more

St Peter’s Church: August News

News from St Peters - August 2016 We hope you are enjoying the Summer with time to relax and refresh. We welcome Chris Bradish (our new curate) , Naomi and their two children to the Parish and Lynn Power as an Assistant Priest. We hope to see them in Beech soon at one of our services ... Read more

Serving Hampshire consultation: options for future local government in Hampshire

The Serving Hampshire consultation is being undertaken by leading market research company Ipsos MORI, and invites views on options for combined authorities, elected mayors and unitary local government in Hampshire. The public consultation will be accompanied by a representative telephone ... Read more

BGs’ visit to Houghton Lodge Gardens, Stockbridge

The Beech Gardeners visited Houghton Lodge Gardens at Stockbridge on Wednesday afternoon of 6th July 2016. We were greeted by the owner who told us a potted history of the house - built in 1793 and thought to be designed by  John Plaw, a disciple of Nash, who built the Royal Pavilion in ... Read more

The Queen’s 90th Birthday Tea Party – 12 June 2016

Her Majesty herself would have been impressed with the turnout for her 90th birthday celebrations in Beech.  We had over 100 people attending - spanning the generations between the ages of 4 and 94!  We were also very fortunate to have three of Beech’s own nonagenarian guests attend the ... Read more

BGs Alton Town Walk No 2 – 1.6.16

On Wednesday 1st June on a fairly chilly cloudy afternoon the Beech Gardeners met up in the Library car park for a walk round Alton, guided for the 2nd time by Jim Dickinson.  We walked out of the car park via the footpath into Amery Street and stopped and looked at the building opposite ... Read more