We have many different activities running here in Bedhampton, to which everyone is welcome.

There is something for everyone, and are held at various venues around the village, from the Community Centre to St. Nicholas Church. 

Bedhampton Village - Diary

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Regular Activities

Coffee Morning and The Secret Bookshop at The Elms

Coffee Morning and The Secret Bookshop at The Elms

Coffee Morning and The Secret Bookshop at The Elms

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Venue: The Elms, 2 Lower Road, Bedhampton.

When: Every second Tuesday of the month, 10am - 12am. 


Free entry and free parking at Bidbury Mead Recreation Ground. PO9 3JG (sat nav.).

Fun Club

Coffee Morning and The Secret Bookshop at The Elms

Coffee Morning and The Secret Bookshop at The Elms

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Venue: St Nicholas Church.

When: Every Thursday (IN TERM TIME) 9am- 1pm.

For babies, toddlers, parents and carers.

Songs, toys, arts and crafts for toddlers.

Tea and Chat for adults.

Help needed. 

Contact Sally on 02392 475078 or just come along.

Tea, Coffee, Cakes

Coffee Morning and The Secret Bookshop at The Elms

Forest of Bere Woodturners Association.

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Venue: St. Nicholas Church.

When: Every Friday 10am - 11am.

All welcome.

Forest of Bere Woodturners Association.

Forest of Bere Woodturners Association.

Forest of Bere Woodturners Association.

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Further information:-http://www.forestofberewoodturners.com/meetings.html

The club meets at 19:15 on the third Wednesday of every month.

Saturday Club, for reasons of hall availability we cannot schedule a regular day each month.

Meetings are held at the St John Ambulance Divisional Headquarters in Bedhampton (map)

Diddl Dance

Forest of Bere Woodturners Association.

Sing-a-lings

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Venue: Bedhampton Community Centre

When: Monday 9.30am - 10.30am

Classes are suitable for both boys and girls aged from 18 months upwards.

Sing-a-lings

Forest of Bere Woodturners Association.

Sing-a-lings

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Venue: Bedhampton Community Centre

When: 10.45am - 11.45am

Monday a singing class for 0-4 year olds, followed by play and snacks. Traditional songs with a modern twist £4 per family.


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The Thursday Luncheon Club. The Elms.

This club meets Thursdays at 12 noon in the Waterloo Room to enjoy a freshly cooked 2-course meal followed by tea or coffee, all for a modest sum.

To know more and possibly join in, please contact the Trust Manager.

The club is a happy gathering of retired people living locally, who come to enjoy luncheon and getting together.

The Trust’s residents are also invited to come and enjoy these excellent two-course meals,  all prepared and served by volunteers, and the company the club offers.