Hub of the Village


Hub of the Village

Welcome to the place to go for all the information you will need about our regular hires, and life in Curdridge.  We have put together a list of essential services and information that you may find useful.

If you have an idea of something you want to see, please let us know, by using the CONTACT form.

Our Regular Hirers

We have a number of regulars, offering a variety of classes, events and activities.  If you would like any further information, please get in touch with them directly, or use our CONTACT form and we will pass your query to the relevant person.

4AB Dog Agility – Saturdays on The Skinner Field.  Classes last for 1 hour and start at midday and 3.30pm for beginners, and 1.30pm for more experienced dogs. See FACEBOOK for more details

Curdridge Amateur Drama Group – contact via FACEBOOK or WEBSITE. Rehearsals on Monday and Thursday evenings at 7.45pm. For more information, contact Steve Long on 01489 690345.

Curdridge Lunch Club – every other Thursday lunchtime in the Main Hall.  Contact Deb Mancey on for more details

Force 8 – First Monday every Month – Textile artists.  For more information see FACEBOOK

Hamble Valley Inner Wheel – meetings every other Thursday.  See WEBSITE for details

Joanna Vowles School of Dance – Classes every Saturday.  See FACEBOOK for details

MS Society  – Every other Thursday 10.30am – 12.30pm in the Main Hall.  Contact Donna Jones on for more details

Pilates – Thursday 6.30pm – 7.30pm with Amelia.  Contact her on

SINGsational Choir – Community Choir who meet on Wednesday evenings from 7.15pm.  Contact choir leader Erica for more details, on 07858 686286 or see the WEBSITE

The tutu Club – a fun and imaginative dance and movement club for toddlers aged 18 months to 5 years.   Baby ballet with a twist.  Classes on Monday mornings.  See WEBSITE for more details

A1 Auction – Tuesdays.  Lots accepted from 1.30pm, viewing from 5.30pm, with the Auction starting at 6.30pm.  More details on FACEBOOK or WEBSITE

Zumba/Ballroom & Latin – Classes on Monday evenings from 5.30pm.  contact or the WEBSITE for more details

One-off Hires

Apart from the regular hires, we have availability for ‘one-off’ events, such as parties, celebrations and meetings.  You can see some pictures in the GALLERY which show some of the decorations used by our hirers.  We also have a number of people who have provided services to hirers and some of these are listed below.  We do not specifically endorse these organisations, but can confirm they have been used by people who have hired from us :

Clementine Catering – Complete catering service for Hampshire and the surrounding area.   Please see their WEBSITE for more details and contact information.

The Ale Van – We’ve a passion for great beer, It’s a passion we’d love to share with you! That’s why, whether it’s scorching hot or freezing cold, we travel the country in our little-ish van* serving only the very best beer, cider, spirits, soft drinks and snacks… we do wine too! See their WEBSITE for more details and contact information.

Country Functions – homemade food for all occasions.  Contact Jackie on

Rascals Castles – Bouncy Castles, Soft Play, Disco Dome, Sumo Wrestling Suits, Gladiator Joust, Candy Floss, Disco & Giant Garden Games for hire in Southampton, New Forest,  Fareham, Winchester, Portsmouth Hampshire and beyond!  For more information and contact details, please see their WEBSITE

Willisay Catering Limited – Good food with passion.  Contact John on 07827 089163 or See also their FACEBOOK page

Scout and Guide Groups

The Scout Hut is next to The Reading Room and a number of uniform groups hold their meetings in the hut.

Beavers (age 6+) – Mondays, 5.55pm-6.55pm

Cubs (age 8+) – Mondays, 7.00pm-8.30pm

Scouts (age 10½+) – Wednesdays, 6.30pm-8.00pm

Explorers (age 13½+) – Wednesdays, 8.00pm-9.30pm

Rainbows (age 5+) – Thursdays, 4.00pm-5.00pm

Brownies (age 7+) – Thursdays, 5.15pm-6.15pm

Rangers (age 14-25) – meet every other Friday at 7pm

Curdridge Cricket Club

The cricket club has been part of life in the village since 1853.  They run Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday teams, who all play on the Recreation Ground.  They have their own clubhouse.  Anyone interested in joining the club should contact them direct via the WEBSITE

Community Information

Curdridge Parish Council – for information specific to the village, such as Parish Council meetings and local byelaws

Winchester City Council – refuse collection, planning, housing etc.

Hampshire County Council – Education, Social & Childrens Services


Curdridge & Botley Church – Information on Botley Church, St Peters Curdridge and Durley Church


St Lukes & Botley Surgery

Bishops Waltham Surgery

Wickham Surgery


Birchall & Haydock (Wickham)

lloyds Pharmacy, High Street, Bishops Waltham, 01489 892499

Boots Pharmacy, High Street, Bishops Waltham, 01489 892603

St Lukes Pharmacy, Hedge End, 01489 795533

Rowlands Pharmacy (Botley)

Other Organisations

The White House – Dementia Care – The White House provides a homely, safe and caring environment for residents, without being over protective. All our staff acknowledge the right to individuals’ privacy, offering dignity and respect, assisting the individual to maintain independence for as long as they choose to live at The White House.

Kitnocks House – Specialist Care – We provide person-centred care in a homely environment for up to 61 people with nursing needs associated with their physical and mental health.

Hambrooks – Garden Services – Your garden deserves the best.  We create beautiful, inspirational designs, whatever the size of your garden

Fairthorne Manor – We inspire young people