Community Organisations

Bidbury Mead Women's Institute


Bidbury Mead W.I. started in 1977, has a lively membership who enjoy a varied programme of interesting speakers, outings and social gatherings. We support National Campaigns and are often involved in local community projects and events. Our members donated a “Spider Bin’ to the newly refurbished children’s playground on Bidbury Mead. During the Centenary Year our members donated 100 wash bags filled with essentials and also children’s quilts to the local women’s refuge. In 2016 we raised funds to support the work of the Tuppenny Barn where, passionate about food and growing organic produce, they strive to educate children about where food comes from, he nutritional benefits of eating fresh fruit and vegetables and the skills to grow and cook their own healthy meals. Craft, Book, Gardening and Darts groups meet regularly to share skills, discuss ideas and enjoy each others’ company. We meet at 7.30pm on the 3rd Thursday of each month (except August) in St. Nicholas Church Centre, Belmont Grove, Bedhampton, Havant, PO9 3PT. The centre has disabled access. New members and visitors are always welcome to join us at our meetings. Contact 02392 475375 

St. Thomas and St. Nicholas Church, Bedhampton



Church Office Contact Details:

Office opening hours: 9am - 12:30pm, Monday to Friday

Call us on: 023 9248 3013 (answerphone out of office hours)

To email us: complete the contact form below

Find us:
St Nicholas' Church
Belmont Grove

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The Manor Trust



We are the charity that serves to provide accommodation for the elderly and preserve the heritage of Old Bedhampton, Havant, Hampshire. 

 The Manor Trust Bedhampton is a Registered Charity and also aims to assist with the provision of facilities in the interests of social welfare in the village and to promote the advance of education in the community. 

The Bedhampton Historical Collection


 Collecting and Conserving Bedhampton Heritage .

 Did you know…

  • a Roman roof tile was found in a Brookside garden in Bedhampton?
  • where you can see the plans for the new Bidbury Mead park entrance?
  • John Keats spent his last night on English soil at Bedhampton?
  • why The Elms architecture is called Strawberry Gothic?
  • who was the very special guest who came to dinner at The Elms?

Bedhampton Social Hall