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to the Beech village website

Come on Spring...

Please see Diary for details of village events to come this Spring .....

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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. You can also follow us on facebook – click on the link above.  If you want to book the Hall, click here.

What’s going on…

Let’s Get Social!

Please complete our survey so that we can find out what YOU want from village social life! Here's the link.   Thank you!   https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/5QFHVRQ ... Read more

Social evening with a difference!

Invitation to all Beech villagers: Saturday, 12 May 2018, drop in between 18:30-20:30. Thanks to everyone who came to the drop-in at the Hall on Saturday. Our new music system was duly tested - we had some interesting music requests with lots of energetic dancing (and not always from ... Read more

Bushy Leaze Children’s Centre Quiz Night 19th May

Please support this charity quiz night returning for its second year at Beech Village Hall. Saturday 19 May - 7.00pm - quiz starts at 7.30pm. Quiz master the ever popular Patrick Burridge! Tickets £10 per person (to include supper) - Bar available - Superb prize raffle! Tickets from ... Read more

Did You Know: a Community Centre for all of Beech

As Beech has no Pub, Shop or Post Office, the Village Hall and Recreation Ground acts as a social hub for the Village.  The Village Hall is run by many  of your neighbours – and it is entirely run for your benefit as a Beech resident.  We have a village party every last ... Read more

Spring 2018 – Quiz-night fun!

68 people organised into 9 teams enjoyed our Spring Quiz on 14th April. With Quizmaster Peter Cox, ably assisted by wife Sally and granddaughter Edie, we tackled questions on a wide variety of topics. The final round of TV-Show anagrams really got us puzzling. In the end Table 9 ... Read more

Did You Know: a Recreation Ground for all of Beech!

The Recreation Ground (entrance up the bridle path between 45 and 47 Wellhouse Road) is not only a good place to have a kick-about with a football/rugby ball, but also a brilliant woodland playground for young children.  There are several ‘dens’ that have been built /added to over ... Read more