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Hathern Village HallFacebook Page for the Hathern Village Hall
Hathern Allotments Association (HAA)The HAA promotes the interests and activities of allotment holders
Hathern Village AssociationThe Village Association provides family events for the village and the surrounding area. Events include Hathern Carnival, Wicked Hathern Fest and Fireworks and Bonfire Party
Hathern Parish Church
Hathern Parish Church (Facebook)
The parish church is a member of the Kegworth and Hathern Team Ministry. Full details of services and events can be found in the monthly church magazine which is delivered to every house in Hathern.
Hathern Baptist ChurchThe church is located just off Anchor Lane and services are usually held on Sundays at 11.00am and 6.15pm. The services vary between formal and informal.
Hathern Local History SocietyHathern Local History Society collects historical information about the village and has produced several publications over the years. Much of this archive of written records, articles, photos and videos is now available on the Hathern History website.
Hathern Wildlife GroupThe group brings together people interested in wildlife, conservation and a love of the countryside. It monitors and records wildlife and carries out projects within the parish to develop and maintain local species and habitats.
Hathern Church of England Primary SchoolThe village primary school has around 100 pupils and is located in two buildings - the main school in Pasture Lane and the old village school on Cross Street.
Hathern Community LibraryThe smallest library in Leicestershire! HCL is a charity that delivers the traditional library service using volunteers for its work. The library is developing new services for the community.
Hathern Pastures New PlaygroupThe playgroup provides care and education for 2 - 5 year olds. it is located in the primary school in Pasture Lane.
Hathern Old Cricket ClubHathern Old Cricket Club plays at Hathern Park. It has two Saturday teams and a Thursday team, and plays Sunday friendlies.There is a junior section to encourage youngsters to play cricket.
Hathern BandHathern Band is a 1st Section contesting band formed over 140 years ago. As well as the main band there are the Concert Brass, Youth Band, and Training Band.
Belton and Hathern Scout GroupBelton and Hathern Scout Group was formed in 2001 when the 1st Belton Scout Group and 1st Hathern Scout Group were amalgamated. It has Scout, Cub and Beaver sections.
Garendon Park and Countryside Protection GroupThe Garendon Park and Countryside Protection Group (GPCPG) has campaigned to protect the Garendon Green Wedge (including the Estate and listed Garendon Park). Outline planning permission for 3500 houses has been granted by Charnwood Borough Council.
Police - Shepshed & Loughborough West Beat TeamLeicestershire Police - website for our local "beat" team - Shepshed & West Loughborough Beat. Gives details of beat officers, latest information and contact details.
Police - Shepshed & Loughborough West Beat Team TwitterLeicestershire Police - Shepshed & West Loughborough Beat twitter link for the latest "chat".
Priority setting surveyLeicestershire Police - Priority setting survey.
Leicestershire PoliceBeen subject to a crime? Or want to prevent one from happening? Go to this link to provide information.
Leicestershire County Council
Leicestershire County Council A-Z Services
Leicestershire County Council
Charnwood Borough Council
Charnwood Borough Council A-Z Services
Charnwood Borough Council
Long Whatton and Diseworth ScoutsThe group has three Beaver Colonies (6 to 8), two Cub Packs (8 to 10), a Scout Group (10 to 14) and an Explorer Unit (14 to 18).