"So many ways to get involved. It's incredible."
Hathern is a full and vibrant community that has a lot of groups that do various activities.
There is a History Society, Community Library, Wildlife Group, Gardening Club, WI and much, much more...
Please contact us if you would like to get your group listed on this page.
The Hathern Band family consists of
four brass bands. The main Band is a
contesting band which competes in
the First section with Concert Brass a
Lesley Bentley - 01509 672029
Hathern Hathern Working Men’s Liberal Club was
founded in the 1870s and is still
operating today as Hathern Club.
Everyone is welcome - member or guest!
Marie Hill (Stewardess) - 01509 769985
Hathern History Society
Looking through Hathern's local history.
Terry Cox - 01509 829579
Hathern Village Hall
Hathern Hathern Village Hall is run by Hathern Recreation Association. The hall has toilets,
including an accessible one, wheelchair access, kitchen facilities and projector plus
drop down screen. It is available to hire both on an hourly rate or, if you are looking
for somewhere to run a regular class, on a more permanent basis.
John Worsfold - 01509 842585
Hathern Youth Club
Hathern's volunteer-led Youth Club is open to 7-18 year olds and operated every Friday night at Hathern Village Hall
Martin Clayton - 07587 729228
Hathern Baptist Church
Hathern Baptist Church is situated at
the southern end of the village on
The Leys. The church is a welcoming
place where people from all walks of
life enjoy meeting together to
Ruth Stephens - 01509 554584
Hathern Community Library
Hathern's local Library, run by volunteers
Hathern St. Peter & St. Paul Church
The Parish Church in Hathern is
situated at the heart of the village and
has a warm welcome to everyone to its
services and social activities.
Rosemary Worsfold - 01509 842585
Hathern WI is part of the National Federation of Women's Institutes and meet on the 3rd Monday of each month at 7.30pm in Hathern Village Hall, Dovecote Street.
Gail Wooliscroft - 01509 842874
Hathern is an Association of Ringing
Teachers Hub and welcomes anyone
who would like to learn more about
the bells or learn to ring.
They practise ringing regularly on
Thursday evenings and on the 4th
Thursday of each month they ring at
Belton to keep their bells ringing out!
Tony Croft - 01509 842634
Hathern's football team, founded in 1966, they now play in Senior League
Premier Division, at Step 7 of the
English Non-League Pyramid.
Jack Insley - 07392 840170
Hathern Village Association
Group of volunteers who run Wicked Hathern Fest and other events within the village.
Benjamin Hardy -
Hathern Wildlife Group
Hathern Wildlife Group’s aims are to:
• raise awareness about the natural environment
• maintain and develop local wildlife habitats
• monitor, record and share information about local wildlife and wildlife habitats