Clubs and Classes

Below are listed all the regular activities that take place at the hall.  Please contact the relevant organiser for more information or follow the website link if available.



(Term time) Kate Price - 07718 975 078

20.00 to 21.00       

Clubbercise is a fun, full-body workout with a banging soundtrack that gets great results and suits all fitness levels.  Set to club anthems from 90s classics to the latest hists, classes and events are held in a darkened room with party lights and our trademark glowsticks.  Our easy-to-follow routines combine dance, toning and combat moves.   


TLC Yoga

Christine Withiel - 07826 583 373

10.00 to 11.30

Yoga for anyone who is able to get down to the floor and up again includes breath work and meditation.  In the yoga classes you will get a physical practice that will bring flexibility, strength, and good health to your body.  You will also learn how to breathe well and to calm your nervous system.  My aim is to create a safe space to explore your inner world, develop understanding and kindness towards yourself, and at the same time become fitter, stronger, healthier, and more vibrant. TLC yoga. 

18.00 to 19.00

Classes designed for the body that has lost flexibility due to lifestyle, sports and age.  You may have tried regular classes and found them unsuitable.  Come and try a different style. 

Gong Bath || Sound Bath

(Third Tuesday of the month)

Creating Future Possibilities, Jan Weston - 01789 608 378 

19.30 to 20.30

Join me for an immersive and rejuvenating experience at Hatton Park Village Hall Gong Bath. Let the soothing sounds of gongs and other instruments wash over you, creating a sense of deep relaxation and inner peace. 



Nobody's Perfect, Ian Parker - 07974 913 524

10.00 Fitsteps - 50 minutes

11.00 Express Toning - 40 minutes

Dance fitness based on ballroom and Latin dance moves (no partners required).  Created by Ian Waite and Natalie Lowe of 'Strictly', you don't need to be able to dance, come along learn some moves and have fun whilst getting fit. £5.00 per class on a turn up and pay basis. 

Hatton Park WI

(Third Wednesday of the month)

Lynda Jackson

19.30 to 21.30 

Hatton Park WI has a variety of speakers throughout the year and we enjoy outings, theatre trips and meals out.  New members and visitors can always be sure of a warm welcome to our friendly meetings.


Baby Sensory

Gemma O’Rourke - 07989 502 712

10.15 to 11.05         0 to 13 months  

11.30 to 12.20         0 to 9 months

Award winning baby development classes.  Baby Sensory provides hundreds of sensory development activities that are great fun for parents and babies to share in the vital first year. The hour long sessions are a great way to meet new parents and we give you plenty of inspiration for things to do with your babies.

1st Hampton Magna Scouts

(Term time) Simon Dudley

18.00 to 19.00        Beavers

19.00 to 20.30        Cubs

Beavers are young people aged 6 to 8 and Cubs are aged 8 to 10½ years.  They gather in groups to take part in lots of interesting and challenging activities - achieving anything they set their minds on, making friends and having lots of fun along the way.

To register interest: 


Hatton Park Toddler Group

(Term time) 

09.45 to 11.15

Drop-in to our friendly playgroup to bolster your well-being and watch your little one develop as they try new things and learn to socialise.  Tea/coffee and a biscuit for the grown ups.  Lots of toys, snacks and crafts for the little ones.  The playgroup is run by local parents and volunteers to support young families in the area.  Find us on Facebook for more information or to ask a question.

Warwick Regency Dancers

(Last Friday of the month) 

John Stevens - 07305 181 115 

19.30 to 21.30 Starting Friday 31st March

Warwick Regency Dancers are a new group set up to have fun dancing English country dances from the late Georgian to the Regency period.  Come along and try it, if you enjoy, you can become a member of the group.  It is open to ladies and gentlemen, we do have quite a few gentlemen members already, dancing is not just for the ladies.  Members of the group also sometimes get together, in full regency dress, to attend Regency balls and events around the country.  These are great fun and an opportunity to dress up and enjoy a grand ball as it would have been in Jane Austen’s day. 

Hoping to see some new faces at our next get together and if you want further information contact John on: 


Southam Tang Soo Do Academy

David Powell - 07771 544 979

09.30 to 10.30

Korean martial art suitable for ages 5 and upwards.  Keep fit and have fun.