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|Public Computers||Yes, 3 computers|
|Printing||Yes, colour printing - charges apply|
|Fax Service||Yes - charges apply|
|Local Studies Collection||No|
no wheelchair access to first floor
|Parking on site||Yes, limited|
|VIP Reading Group||No|
Hampshire County Council set up a new kind of partnership in the Bridewell, working with community groups and volunteers to bring better access to information and services to the residents and visitors to Odiham, North Warnborough and surrounding areas. Partner groups work on a rota basis to provide front-line point of contact for their services.
Local Information Point
Local Information Points provide access to information about services provided by Hampshire County Council and other public bodies in Hampshire. The Bridewell Information Point can be found in the "meet and greet" room on the right as enter and is staffed by community volunteers or freefone 0800 028 0888.
There is free internet access, a wide variety of leaflets and there is also space to sit and read over a cup of tea or coffee.
Odiham Parish Council
The Parish Council represents the interests of residents in the provision of key local services. In particular Planning and Development, Traffic and Transport issues, Amenity areas and issues regarding events and the community. The Clerk to the Parish Council will be in the Bridewell every Tuesday from 9.30am - 1pm.
Town Centre Management
The Odiham Town Centre Manager Group consists of a good mix of local residents, retailers, local businesses and local authorities. If you want to be involved please contact us. Its objective is to ensure a sustainable and vibrant retail and commercial community in the Parish of Odiham for the benefit of residents and local businesses. We look forward to talking to you at The Bridewell tel 01256 702128 or email PtrFount@aol.com.
Odiham police station is the beat office of Pc Hans Taylor and contact point for the Odiham and North Warnborough Neighbourhood watch scheme which is run by Dr. Gordon Wrenn. The office is normally open between 4pm and 5pm from Monday to Friday for general enquiries and advice. Most functions can be carried out here apart from the detention of offenders which is done at Aldershot ! There is 24 hour Police cover for this and surrounding villages, when Pc Taylor is not on duty. Aside from the official opening times you are welcome to call at the office whenever the car is outside!
The Odiham Society's primary objectives are to protect and enhance the heritage, character and environment of the Parish of Odiham, including North Warnborough, and to explore its history and development. The Society represents the interests of members and the wider community in local planning and other issues, while seeking to stimulate public interest and participation in its work through publications, talks, visits, events, exhibitions and historical research.
Odiham Bridewell Library
A welcoming one-stop destination for library services, community facilities, displays and events.
Odiham, RG29 1NB
tel 0845 6035631 call charges
- Mon 2pm - 5pm
- Tue 2pm - 5pm
- Wed 9.30am – 12.30pm
- Thu 2pm - 5pm
- Fri 9.30am – 12.30pm
- Sat 9.30am – 12.30pm
- Sun Closed