On this page you’ll find links to some of Whitehill & Bordon’s great groups, organisations and services.
This page aims to be a one-stop shop directory of local community groups and services in Whitehill and Bordon. It is a ‘work in progress’ and more groups are being added regularly as we look to celebrate and promote what goes on in our town.
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Acorn has been a part of Whitehill and Bordon for over 30 years. We provide people, regardless of their circumstances, background or life choices, with the opportunity to experience the “shalom” that is at the heart of the Christian message and to find healing and wholeness.People travel considerable distances to visit, but we are right on your doorstep. You will get a warm welcome at our Tuesday healing services which are open to everyone and we have a programme of other events.
Check our website for full details or email us to request a programme.
Artscape is a unique arts based charity for adults in recovery from long and enduring mental ill health, recovery from addictions and related disabilities.
Tel: 077 922 787 40
Barbados Playgroup in Bordon has been rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted and aims to provide your children with a safe, secure and happy environment, in which to learn, grow and mature through play.
Tel: 07940 349133
Blackmoor Golf Club
Blackmoor Golf Club is one of Hampshire’s premier golf courses, and an Open Championship regional qualifying course from 1998-2003, designed by the celebrated Harry Colt in 1913. The course is truly a delight to play, and is regularly featured in the top 100 courses in the UK. Both new members and visitors are assured a warm welcome, and a simple phone call will help find the best time to come and play.
Tel: 01420 472775.
BLC Boltini and Three Parishes Fund
The fund is managed by the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Community Foundation, is currently open for applications up to £2,000. The fund is specifically for the Whitehill, Bordon, Grayshott, Headley, Lindford and Liphook areas.
Bordon & District Branch – The Royal British Leigon
We provide social and emotional care and support to all members of the British Armed Forces – past and present and their families. The Legion is also the national Custodian of Remembrance and safeguards the Military Covenant between the nation and its Armed Forces and is best known for the annual Poppy Appeal and its emblem the red poppy.
Founded in 1921, the Legion is not just about those who fought in the two World Wars of the last century, but also about those involved in the many conflicts since 1945 and those still fighting for the freedom we enjoy today
We meet at the RAF Community Centre in Bordon on the First Tuesday of every Month starting at 7.30pm.
Bordon & Whitehill District Sports Council
As well as maintaining a comprehensive list of sports clubs and facilities in the town, the Bordon & Whitehill District Sports Council works to secure future provision of sports and leisure facilities.
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Bordon Food Bank
The Bordon Food Bank has been set up to provide temporary help for individuals and families in the Whitehill & Bordon, Headley, Liphook and Lindford area who are in need. Working alongside local churches and agencies, and the community we want to ensure that no-one goes hungry. On exchange for a voucher, Food Parcels can be collected on Wednesdays and Saturdays at St Marks Church, Forest Centre. Between 10am -11:45.
Bordon Garrison Bordon Garrison is home to 10 Training Battalion REME, SEME HQ and the CPU (Close Protection Unit) are based just along the road in Longmoor.
Bordon Library is in the Forest Shopping Centre and has a free home library service for local residents who find it difficult to access the library due to mobility problems, poor health or caring responsibilities.
Bordon Working Mens Club
As a community facility, we provide quite a few opportunities for activities that are not restricted to members only. Membership is encouraged, Just £10 to join and annual subscription of £10 is excellent value. But a number of community groups meet at and regularly use our function room including EHDC and the local Over 60’s Club. Several pool, Darts and snooker teams are based in the Club. Bingo is held at least twice weekly along with an entertainment programme throughout the year. Our function room is available to non-members for private hire with or without bar facilities.
Tel: 01420 475799 or 01420 472139
Bordon Youth Umbrella Group (BYUG)
‘BYUGs’ aims and objectives are to advance the education and training of young people including those persons who have been convicted of a criminal offence, or whose circumstances may create tendencies in them toward such offences so that such young people may grow in full maturity as individuals and members of society, and become better equipped to take a useful and responsible place in the community and that their conditions of life may be improved.
In a beautiful setting overlooking the cricket ground and common this lovely pavilion has recently been refurbished at Broxhead Common.
The pavilion is now available to hire for celebrations, christenings, wakes, weddings, fundraisers and community events.
For further information visit our website at: www.broxheadpavilion.co.uk or call 07912 687887
Community First HEH
Community First HEH is a registered charity whose aim is to promote a strong, influential and thriving voluntary and community sector in East Hampshire and Havant.
Community Solutions is a community information and support service for Whitehill & Bordon.
Cricket at Broxhead Common Cricket Ground
Join a local club with grounds at both Grayshott and Broxhead Common. Grayshott Cricket Club offers cricket for anyone aged from 5 upwards, with eleven junior and four adult teams.
Junior and adult players of all ability levels welcome with coaching for all.
For further information visit our website at: www.grayshottcc.co.uk or call 07826 523227
Deadwater Valley Trust
The Deadwater Valley Trust exists to manage the Deadwater Valley Local Nature Reserve, which includes areas of land in the Deadwater Valley, for quiet recreation and conservation of the habitats.
Diddi Dance Class
Diddi dance is funky pre school dance classes for girls and boys. Ages 18 months-4.5 years. Mondays 10-10.45@ Whitehill Village hall.
Tel: 07850 312 528
East Hampshire Mind
East Hampshire Mind has been operating in the area for nearly 20 years. We are currently based in The Chase Hospital and are expanding to other community locations. We provide a range of mental health recovery support groups, structured recovery courses, 1-1 support and drop in.
‘Strictly Come Dancing’ dance stars Natalie Lowe and Ian Waite have teamed up with six time world champion swimmer Mark Foster, a former Strictly contestant and an expert in fitness and conditioning, to produce a unique dance and fitness programme – ‘FitSteps’.
Forest Community Centre
The Forest Community Centre is home to Whitehill Town Council, Bordon Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB), Community Transport and EHDC Information Point. In addition many groups and clubs use the Centre on a regular basis.
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Community Foundation
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Community Foundation is a group of local people committed to helping voluntary and community groups to support disadvantaged and vulnerable people across the county. It has a number of grants available for community groups over the whole of East Hants as well as a grants programme specific to the Whitehill & Bordon, Grayshott, Liphook, Headley & Lindford area.
Web: www.hantscf.org.uk/grants OR www.hantscf.org.uk/grants/available-grants/boltini-and-three-parishes-fund
Havant & East Hants Mind
We run wellbeing services and activities across the area that promote good mental health & recovery. We have a base at the Elizabeth Dibden Centre on Pinehill road. We also provide Advocacy services, information and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem.
Dancing at Lindford
Sequence Dancing at Lindford Working Men’s Club every Tuesday 7.30 to 10.00 pm from early September to late May. We, Haslemere Sequence Dance Club now meeting at Lindford, welcome all dancers of all abilities on any Tuesday evening at the Working Men’s Club (GU35 0PN).
Tel: Jane or Peter on 01420 82774
Home-start WeyWater (Alton, Bordon & Liphook)
Homestart is a free, confidential, and non-judgemental support service for families with at least one child under the age of five years.
JanSu School of Dance
JanSu school of dance runs ballroom, latin, street, freestyle and rock & roll classes and private lessons for all ages and abilities. Classes are run from the Forest Community Centre or Blackmoor Village Hall, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Tel: 07810 208765
The Kingsley Organisation
A charitable organisation supoprting dissabled people. They are offering Whitehill & Bordon’s community a chance to join them at Kingsley for a community lunch, which is held once a fortnight on Wednesdays. Not only would you have lunch there will also be a variety of activities, which include talks, singing or gentle exercise.
Lindford Chase Residents’ Association
The Lindford Chase Development is a cluster of 210 houses and this association meets to discuss issues affecting the development.
Web: Lindford Chase Residents’ Association
Liphook & District Model Railway Club
Small friendly club, founded in 1964 & based in Milland 3 miles from Liphook. We meet every Friday evening between 19-30 & 22-30 in the Committee Room of the Milland Valley Memorial Hall, Iping Road, Milland, Liphook GU30 7NA. We exhibit regularly at local & regional exhibitions & have our own Annual Open Day (Model Trains in the Valley) in late October. Regular updates our activities are given in Milland News & Liphook Community Magazine & various free local magazines.
Mill Chase Academy
Mill Chase Leisure Centre
Open all year round, your local family Leisure Centre offers a wide variety of activities for all ages and abilities. Take a swim in our 25m pool or smaller learner pool or work out in our gym (which is registered as being ‘accessible for all’). Located on the Mill Chase Academy site, out of school hours we also supervise the use of the Sports Hall, large and small halls and the full size all weather outdoor pitch.
Tel: 01420 472549
The Phoenix Theatre & Arts Centre
The Phoenix Theatre & Arts Centre is a vibrant venue delivering theatre, music, dance and comedy performance as well as a broad range of activities and workshops for people living in Hampshire, Surrey and beyond.
Radian – Employment, Support and Training
Radian has set up EST – Employment, Support and Training, to help give you the best chance of success. If you are looking to get into employment, let us give you a guiding hand. The EST team offers all kinds of practical job hunting help and tailored training programmes to help to boost confidence, self esteem and presentation skills. EST is open to all Radian residents and is completely free of charge so whether you need help finding work, training, an apprenticeship or voluntary opportunity, EST can help you get ahead of the rest!
Royal Voluntary Service Lunch Club
Every Thursday Royal Voluntary Service volunteers welcome anyone over 60 to join them for a freshly cooked lunch at Whitehill Village Hall. Community transport is available.
Tel: Jenny 01730 261384 or Val on 01420 362123
Swallows Trampoline Club
The Club offer recreational and competitive trampoline sessions for 5-17+years. Sessions are held at our 2 venue:
- Mill Chase Leisure Centre on Wednesdays from 4-7pm
- The Edge Haslemere Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 5.30pm-8.00pm.
We also offer sessions to children with disabilities and adult session. All coaches are British Gymnastics Qualified and CRB checked. The club has recently received Awards from East Hants District Council and Sport Hampshire and IOW for it excellence and achievements. For more information and a FREE trail please contact Lynn Joyce.
Tel: 01420 478602
Mobile 07964 894222
Wey Valley Football Club
Whitehill & Bordon Community Association
Whitehill & Bordon Town Partnership
The Whitehill & Bordon Town Partnership aims to develop Whitehill & Bordon into a thriving, active community, offering facilities in keeping with the size of the population, to include recreational, leisure, cultural, educational and employment opportunities, while making the best use of the environmental assets of the area.
Whitehill Town Council
Whitehill Town Council is a statutory local council made up of 15 councillors covering five wards, supported by six staff. Its functions include management of parks, ponds, nature reserve, play areas, planted areas, playing fields, skateboard park, BMX track and allotments, provision of grant aid to voluntary organisations, development of projects, representing the town at events and an influencing role with other statutory and external bodies particularly with the development of the town.
Web: Whitehill Town Council
Facebook: Whitehill Town Council
Community links provided by Whitehill Town Council
Farewell to the Garrison
Winchester and East Hants Neighbourhood Watch (WEHNW)
WEHNW offers information and advice to the public in the Winchester and East Hampshire district on safety, security and community support issues.
Woolmer Forest University of the Third Age
Woolmer Forest University of the Third Age is a self help organisation for older people no longer in full time work. Monthly meetings featuring guest speakers and special interest groups.
Youth First runs youth clubs and youth services in Whiteihll & Bordon and other towns in East Hampshire.
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