Church Notices

The Three Tenors Start time confirmation

The Three Tenor concert takes place in Beaulieu Abbey Church next Saturday, September 14.  Please note that the start time for this concert is 7.00 pm, NOT 7.30 pm as stated in some Newsletters.  All proceeds to the British Heart Foundation.

Martin Penrose plays at the Abbey Church

"Music at Beaulieu" has invited Martin Penrose, a very popular and well known local organist, to play at the Abbey Church this coming Saturday.

Martin has put together a varied programme with works by Johann Sebastian Bach, Samuel Wesley, Louis Lefebure-Wely, Nigel Ogden and many more.

A night to savour!  Tickets at £10.00.  Box Office 07770 859900.  There may be tickets for sale at the door.

Advance Notice: The Alresford Choir in Beaulieu

Advance Notice!!

The prestigious Alresford Community Choir (with a membership of over 90 members) has agreed to come to Beaulieu Abbey Church and sing a varied and exciting concert.

This will be on Saturday, 28th September 2019, starting at 7.30 pm.

A wide spectrum of music will be presented, varying from sacred motets by Rachmaninov, Bortnianski and Faure to folk songs and spirituals arranged by John Rutter and a medley of songs from West Side Story and even a little Abba!

Tickets are £15.00, available from Beaulieu Church Office (01590 612242), from Alresford Choir on 01962734858, or online from  (please cut and paste this web address into your browser).  

All profits go the The Abbey Church at Beaulieu.  Please book early as seats are limited.  There MAY be tickets for sale at the door, where we hope to be able to take credit / debit cards as well as cash.

Swallows in the Porch

The porch which protects the entrance to the Beaulieu Church Hall (and through there to the west door of the Church itself) has become home to transient visitors.

Photos by Elizabeth Field show what has happened.  Click and find out!

Yet another Benefice BBQ

After the Musical Gala (July 13) and the Beaulieu Village Fete (July 20), the Benefice BBQ (August 4) completed a trio of events which have tested the stamina of many members of the Abbey Church.  Unlike last year, when the BBQ was held on the lawns of Palace House, this year's BBQ was held on the front lawn of the Beaulieu Rectory, by kind courtesy of the Rector, Father John Cooper White.

The weather was cool, with a slight wind, but dry.  Over seventy members of the Benefice attended, had a welcome drink of Pimms or Elderflower tasting water and then enjoyed a meal of barbequed chicken, hamburgers and vegetarian sausages, served with Dauphenoise potatoes, green and carrot salad and other delicacies.  The meal concluded with a strawberry trifle, shortbread and cheese and biscuits.  Altogether a real treat, courtesy of the hard working Beaulieu Abbey Church Social Committee, plus helpers!  After organising drawing of the raffle, Father John thanked all those who contributed to the success of the event.

Some pictures of this community event are available, by clicking here.  (thanks to Jane Noble for many of the images)