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What’s going on…

Beech enjoys a right royal Jubilee weekend

Beech village celebrated the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in style, with two very enjoyable and convivial events. Our Fizz & Chips night on Thursday June 2 featured the Mossley & Bow fish and chip wagon, which was a sell-out with around 90 people enjoying traditional fish and chips ... Read more

Counting down to the Jubilee in Beech

Bunting, fizz & chips, the Big Beech Jubilee Bakeoff, Beacon Lighting and the BIG Beech Jubilee Lunch . . . Beech is getting ready to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in style! Let's be creative and bring the village alive to celebrate this special week. Some bunting has already ... Read more

Village Green repairs complete

Following the incident on the Village Green last summer, the Beech Village Hall Management Committee decided to lift and re-seed the turf on the Village Green in the area affected. Our main aim was to fully remove any remaining glass and nails that may have been left behind despite two ... Read more

Easy recycling has arrived in Beech!

In support of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance, and the Ukraine relief effort, we now have a recycling bin for clothing and textiles in the car park at Beech Village Hall. Please put your unwanted items in carrier bags or bin bags and drop them into the recycling bin. The Air ... Read more

Ridgeback wines come to Beech

Neil Gibson came to Beech on April 2 to show off the beautiful Ridgeback South African wines he helps to import. A select few guests were given the history of the vineyard and Neil’s connection to them, along with explanations of the various bottles for tasting.  We started with a ... Read more

The first garden visit of 2022

A hardy group of 12 Beech Gardeners braved the cold and damp to visit Little Copse in Crawley, near Winchester, on March 2. Fortunately the rain held off just long enough for everyone to wander around the garden, enjoy the snowdrops, crocuses and hellebores, see the lovely view from the ... Read more