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Peter Hallam – a message from the Black Swan Restaurant

As many of you already know Peter sadly passed away on Monday 22nd February after a short battle with Leukaemia. We as a family are devastated. He leaves us with a huge hole in our lives, and he will be missed by many. We would like to thank everyone for their thoughtful words, cards and flowers. We are fortunate to have such wonderful friends and neighbours. It means so much.

We would like to re-assure everyone how much we are looking forward to re-opening the Black Swan as soon as the Government guidelines allow us to do so. We will continue to keep our restaurant as a great place to dine and celebrate with friends and family.

Many thanks Trudy, Nick, Gina, Connor and Lauren

posted 24th February 2021

the latest March 2021 Bugle is here


posted 14th February 2021

Click here for the full Anne Greatorex story


posted 14th February 2021

the latest February 2021 newsletter from Marianne Overton is here


The Bugle All Saints Church Village History

Grass cutting in the Village


The Bugle

Welcome to the The Beckingham Bugle page. The Bugle is edited and managed by the Parish Clerk. If you want to contact him regarding a query or ideas/articles for the Bugle call him on 01476 516366 or clerkpc@beckinghamvillage.co.uk

Copies of the 2021 Bugle


Copies of the 2020 Bugle


Copies of the 2019 Bugle


Copies of the 2018 Bugle

For copies of the Bugle before 2018 please contact the Clerk


Bringing All Saints Beckingham Alive Again

All Saints is a Grade 1 listed building, which has suffered too long from degradation by the weather and past neglect. It was closed in 1998 and almost declared redundant. But the villagers and the PCC are determined to bring it back into use again - and a good start has been made, gaining funds to restore the roofing. But there is so much more we want to do!

We have THREE objectives:

Objective 1: Looking Up:

To restore the chancel as a glowing neo-gothic jewel, a focus for worship and a real 'gateway to heaven' area! Already we are holding services there, though the walls are peeling!

Objective 2:Looking Out:

To transform the rest of the 13th century grade 1 listed building - back to its almost Cistercian simplicity, with soaring arches, and a great space were community events can take place - and with such adjuncts as catering facilities, disabled loo and room for concerts, art exhibitions and so on!

Objective 3: Looking Forward

To make the church 'sustainable'. Projects need to self-sustain! So we are hoping to put in solar heating, and facilities which will allow the church to become a place which pays for itself! I hope it will become a beacon for the future development of many other rural churches.


Beckingham Village History

  • .........Beckingham and Sutton - Brenda M Pask and Beckingham History Group is here

  • .........Beckingham in Living Memory - Beckingham History Group is here

  • .........Beckingham Village Trail is here


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Village Hall Dates 2020

(To make a booking contact Lawrence Tatton 07900 104481)


Parish Council Meetings 2021 Parish Council Meeting by Zoom. Wednesday 26th May 2021 - Please contact the Clerk for attendance information.


Opening times for the Village Hall Social Club

Friday 19.00 to 23.00

Saturday 16.00 to 19.00

Sunday 12.00 to 14.00


Village Hall Social Club events