Harthill Village Hall
Our refurbished Village Hall is available to hire for meetings and events, either by the hour or for a full day. There are special rates for local users, and bar facilities are available on request.
Harthill Leisure Centre
Our popular Leisure Centre has facilities for bowls, tennis, five-a-side football and netball as well as a small function room if you want a well-earned rest or just to watch the world go by.
Six Parish Walks
There are guides for several local walks for you to enjoy:
- Harthill Ponds
- Five Fields
- Harthill and Cuckoo Way walk
- Loscar Commons-Plantations-walk
- Kiveton Park
Copies are also available in the village from the Village Hall (Winney Hill), the GP surgery (Woodall Lane) and the Butcher’s shop (Union Street).
Harthill Play Area is located alongside Harthill Leisure Centre on Woodall Lane in Harthill. The play area is looked after by Harthill with Woodall Parish Council.
There is ample car parking and also large playing fields alongside as well as a Teen/Fitness area.
Currently the play area is closed as we are unable to meeting Government Sanitisation guidance for opening play areas. This is in the interests of public safety and to assist in reducing the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
The Jubilee Meadow was created in 2012 to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. The idea originated from a resident. The Parish Council obtained some funding for purchase of the seed. A good number of Volunteers helped to sow the seed including children from the Village School. The meadow has now become well established, so that instead of an area of unused land we now have a place for rest, meditation and enjoyment by all.
There is a wonderful place in Harthill called the Harthill Workbench where everyone can go to make things out of wood. They have the tools there to help you get creative and there is always someone on hand if you are new to woodwork.
This is a great place to make new friends and there is always tea, coffee and biscuits on hand for when you need to take a break from sawing, drilling, glueing or just chatting.