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Play, learn, have fun!

About the Beehive

The Beehive is a community space designed to house a range of activities with parking, toilets, a café and play park close by. Situated in a woodland setting it is perfect for classes, workshops, events, and parties.

Cost £15@ hour.

Capacity 30, with tables and chairs available.

Cafe Hogmoor, situated next door are happy to  assist with your catering needs. Or just set up a tab in the cafe for your guests to make their own choices 

Many clubs and classes meet in the Beehive on a weekly basis. So, if you are looking for a Yoga Class or somewhere to take your toddler, check out our calendar to find out more about what is on.

If you would like to hire the venue for your class or private party please download and complete the booking form and return to  

bookings@wb-ct.org.

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Monthly Craft Fayres at The Beehive. 

Are you a local crafter, small business looking for a a regular Fayre to attend and build your business? 
Look no further, Whitehill & Bordon Community Trust run monthly fayres on the 3rd Sunday of every month. 
We have 8 indoor tables or alternatively you can bring your own tables and Gazebo and set up outdoors. 

Hogmoor Inclosure offers the perfect settings for these Fayres with great footfall. 

Just download the booking form and risk assessment and return to bookings@wb-ct.org or for more information please do give us a call on 07762961849. 
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Whats on in the Beehive 

Kerala comes to Whitehill & Bordon 

As part of the Keralan heritage project, funded by the National Heritage Lottery Fund, Whitehill & Bordon Community Trust are proud to be working with the Kathakali exhibitors. 

On the Thursday 12th of September 2024 members of the Woolmer Forest Timebank will be taking part in a mask making and drama workshop in The Beehive, in Hogmoor Inclosure. 

On Friday 13th and Monday 16th pupils of St. Matthew's school will also be learning about the Keralan culture and making their own masks. 

If you would like to know more about the events

happening please follow the link below. 

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