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to the Beech village website

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Please see Diary for details of village events in 2019!

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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. Our Privacy Statement may be read by clicking here.

What’s going on…

Join us for Jazz on the Green Saturday 1st June!

Booking open now for a fun family afternoon enjoying music on our lovely Village Green! Adults £10 children (u-16) £5 family £25 or call Anne Whitaker on 07985 306787 if you have difficulties with online booking here or payment Payment by bank transfer to the Beech Village Hall and ... Read more

Village Socials on the last Friday of every month

Don't forget to come along - there's always lovely home-cooked food and it might be your month to be a 100 Club winner!  Here is April's lucky winner Bryan Cardus receiving his cheque from 100 Club Administrator Stella Charman. ... Read more

Spring Quiz 13th April

Another night of memory-teasing fun thanks to Quizmasters Peter and Sally Cox attended by 80 villagers and friends. ... Read more

Easter Saturday Egg Hunt

13 local children attended this traditional Easter event superbly organised by Megan Nicholls ... Read more

Wine and Cheese Tasting – 2nd March

Beech Village Hall held its first (for a number of years) wine and spirit tasting on Saturday 2nd March which was attended by 28 villagers. The tasting was conducted by Kirsty Peet, who is our very own local qualified wine expert (WSET) and works with Gorilla Spirits in Upton Grey. She ... Read more

Burns Supper & Ceilidh 2nd February – a great night of food and dancing!

It was a snowy weekend, but the caterer (Plan B) and band (Ceilidh Tree) arrived safely and our Burns supper and ceilidh went ahead as planned. It was a great evening which was much enjoyed by the 56 people who made it through the snow. ... Read more