Hathern Parish Council

Serving the people of Hathern

Village Hall

Clerk: Maureen Spencer
10 St Peters Avenue, Hathern
Loughborough LE12 5JL

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Hathern Park - CV-19 Update

Hathern Park - CV-19 Update

Hathern Park is now fully OPEN for you to enjoy

Please adhere to the Government's recommendations for social distancing and personal hygiene, and be considerate of other users.

Signage has been placed clearly around the play areas -

Please only one household per play item in support of social distancing. Please ensure you wait at a safe distance if equipment is already in use or return later to use that... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 10 Jul 2020 10:57 by Martin Clayton

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Hathern Park & Community Use

Hathern Park & Community Use

HATHERN PARK IS A GREAT PLACE TO RUN ORGANISED GROUP SESSIONS LIKE FITNESS TRAINING, EXERCISE CLASSES OR SKILLS TRAINING

WE WELCOME LOCAL CLUBS AND COMMUNITY GROUPS WHO WANT TO USE THE PARK FOR SESSIONS LIKE THESE SO PLEASE CHECK OUT THE INFORMATION ON THIS WEB SITE UNDER THE "COMMUNITY" TAB THEN "HIRE AND USE OF HATHERN PARISH COUNCIL PROPERTY" FOR DETAILS OF WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO DO BEFORE YOU START.... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 06 Jul 2020 10:52 by Martin Clayton

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Hathern Park - Update

Hathern Park - Update

We are working to have Hathern's Play Areas (including the Skatepark) back open and available for 10th July, the date that Leicestershire schools breakup.

We want to make sure we get this right, so appreciate your understanding and patience whilst we get everything in place.

Posted: Fri, 03 Jul 2020 09:07 by Martin Clayton

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Hathern Park - Partial Reopening

Hathern Park - Partial Reopening

We are pleased to be able to reopening the green spaces within Hathern Park following Government Guidelines, however please not all play areas (including the skate-park) remain closed. This is due to us being unable to complete the regular safety checks required for these pieces of equipment.

Thank you for your understanding!

Posted: Mon, 20 Apr 2020 11:20 by Martin Clayton

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