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Beaumont Village Association
PO Box 771
Drayton SC 29333

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GOOD NEWS! The Beaumont Village Association will meet on our regular first Thursday, June 3rd  at 5:30pm.  Location:  Room 150, The George, USC Upstate's school of business building on St John St downtown. Parking is free in the parking deck next to The George. Masks required indoors. Dr. Paul Grady of USC-Upstate will be our guest, to update us on the status of Upstate’s grant application to develop a teacher’s seminar on local history using Beaumont as a case history.

We also have new contact information for the association:  phone 864.381.8242, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. And don't forget to sign up for our email notification list (below right). Access back issues of the newsletter and other information on the Resources page.

The Voice of the Village

The Beaumont Village Association is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, with voting membership open to residents and property owners in the Village, and a cordial invitation extended to “Friends of the Village” who are interested in participating and supporting us financially. Beaumont Village in Spartanburg, South Carolina, is one of two in-tact textile mill villages in the state, and was designated a city historic area in 2011.

The purpose of the Association is to involve residents in planning and implementing  programs and initiatives that advance our goals and promote the Village:

 • Develop positive neighborhood relations
 • Develop a safe, kid and elder friendly environment
 • Preserve historic heritage while promoting community development
 • Work with law enforcement
 • Provide resources

We hold our regularly scheduled monthly meetings the first Thursday of the month at New Testament Church on Gentry Street (park on lower level), 6:30 - 7:30 PM. Please check the calendar for any changes.

On the Mill Hill

When Beaumont Mill was built in 1890, the owners recruited families from the farms of Western North Carolina and Eastern Tennessee to come work in the textile mill and live in housing built for the workers.

Today our residents are diverse. Everyone is welcome and anyone who wants to support our community is invited to join the Association.