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What’s going on…

All the fun of the fair

The Beech Christmas Fair on November 28 was a great success, with plenty of visitors tempted by the great displays of high-quality goods presented on the 20 stalls.  Santa was outside the Hall on his sleigh, and despite the cold weather, people of all ages enjoyed sitting on the ... Read more

Coffee shop supports Beech community life

Beech, Hampshire, 27 November 2021. Coffee and cake on Fridays is now an established social occasion for the people in the Hampshire village of Beech. Our Coffee & Cake shop in the Village Hall has opened 10 times so far, and has served a total of 466 drinks and 505 slices of cake! The ... Read more

Beech Christmas Fair

Come along to Beech Village Hall on Sunday, November 28 between 10am-2pm and get your Christmas shopping started! There will be a wide range of imaginative and original gifts from local traders on sale: Huge variety of artworks by local artists Clothing Christmas cards, wrap and ... Read more

Beech Village Hall Chair’s Report 2021

The Annual Report of the Chair of the Trustees of Beech Village Hall and Recreation Ground was accepted at the Annual General Meeting on October 29, 2021. You can download a pdf copy here or just read on.... The impact of the pandemic on the Charity When our financial year started on July ... Read more

Beech Bonfire Night 2021 in pictures

The Beech bonfire and firework display on November 6 was a great success! Around 250 people gathered at the Village Hall, walked up Wellhouse Road in a torch-lit procession, and enjoyed the blazing bonfire, spectacular fireworks and enjoyed yummy burgers and sausages as well as beer and/or ... Read more

Beech Celebration Ball 2021

What an amazing evening! Over 80 villagers ate, drank and were merry! The hall looked fantastic and the food was delicious. The wine flowed freely and we partied. A huge thank you to Ingrid, Carole, Ursula, Ruth, Karen, Cheryl and Sheila. You did the village proud. Thank you also to the ... Read more