The Hohne HIVE is now CLOSED. This page will not be updated.
The Heide Magazine is now only available online, to view the latest edition please follow this link ...
Please note that to ring a military extension from a civil line the new prefix is now 962 and not 96
Hohne Station is set in Bergen surrounded by beautiful wooded countryside, which has something for everyone, whether it's Hot Air Ballooning, Horse riding or relaxing with a drink by a pool.
Building at Hohne Station was started in 1934 and completed by 1936. In 1945 it was taken over by British Troop and became a centre for Jewish Refugees. Refurbishment of the camp began in 1950 after the refugees had been re-settled and continues up to today with Project Puma. Further information on the history of the Station can be found at the Garrison Museum .
Hohne Station is a large bustling area with lots of things to do. There are two local Primary schools, Montgomery School , which is on the station and Slim School , which is in nearby Bergen . There is also a Secondary School, Gloucester School , which is situated just outside the station. The station has lots of amenities including, 2 swimming pools, Beauty & Hair salons, Medical & Dental Centres and several shops selling goods from sports kit, art & crafts, telephones to furniture.
So why not pop in and have a look at the HIVE and our wide and varied range of information covering many topics eg. Benefits, employment, tourism and many more.
So, how do you get to the Hohne HIVE? Just use the map below or ask the HIVE for directions.
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