Hook’s Parish Church is St. John’s Church, which is situated in London Road. The church was built in the 1930s to a design by Sir Edward Maufe, who later designed Guildford Cathedral.
The Hook Eagle Morris Men are the village’s Morris Dancers. Long may they continue to dispel our rain, win our wars, vanquish our tyrants, guarantee our sunrises, fertilise our crops, quieten our earthquakes, mop up our floods and cure our virgins (as long as their wives don’t find out). They are always looking out for new recruits, both dancers and musicians. No previous Morris Dancing experience is required! Go along to their site and find out more.
On a musical note, Hook Choral Society give a number of concerts and other events every year. Take a look at their website for more information.
Hook Players have been entertaining the village with theatrical productions since 1986. Find out about their productions past, present and future, on their website.
Every year, the Hook Fun Run and Road Race takes place and raises thousands of pounds for local good causes.
Another organisation that holds social events and also helps good causes, both local and international, is the Rotary Club of Odiham and Hook.
Hook and Odiham Lions Club raise thousands of pounds each year for local good causes – and have a lot of fun doing it. They welcome new members at their monthly meetings. Why not go along?
Hook Bowling Club is open to new members, young or old, beginners or experienced. Tuition given for new bowlers.
7th Bramshill (Hook) Scout Group provides lots of activities for the village’s young people. They cater for both girls and boys aged between 6 and 18.
The Base Youth Centre runs activities for our young people on five nights a week.
Hook Focus Magazine has details of many other local organisations and events that can’t be linked to here. Find out where to buy it and how to subscribe from their website.
Hook Local History Group is for anyone who is interested in the history of Hook and the surrounding area.
Hook Care Group is a non-profit making organisation that uses volunteers to provide car transport to medical appointments for local residents who would have difficulty using other forms of transport.
There are many clubs and societies operating in the Hook area which are not listed on this page, as we can only link to those that have web pages. If you are involved with a local club, society or other non-profitmaking organisation that has some information available on the web, please contact the and ask for a link from this page. Local community organisations may be eligible for free webspace from Hampshire County Council – see here for details.
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