Organisations

The village hall has a wide range of users.

We play badminton for exercise and enjoyment from 7.30 – 10.00 pm on Monday evenings.   We normally play doubles, and rotate players and teams on an informal basis so that we can accommodate players of varying ability and experience.  The sessions operate on a drop-in basis, so that players can come along for part or all of the session according to preference.  No charge is made for initial / trial sessions, thereafter we each pay £25 per three months which includes the cost of feather shuttlecocks.  Bring your own racquet.

The Hartpury Craft and Produce Market is held on the 1st Saturday of each month (except January) from 10:00 – 12:00 at Hartpury Village Hall.  The market brings together producers of high quality local produce and crafts, while the café is a special attraction, with teas, coffees, cakes and even bacon sandwiches.   To apply for a stall please contact

The Exercise referrals scheme organised by the Forest of Dean District Council provides a weekly falls prevention/ active balance class at the hall. The classes are delivered by a specialist instructor and can be accessed by referral from a health professional or by contacting the scheme directly on 01594 812447, or by email to .  The classes provide targeted strength and balance exercise, with an emphasis on functional and fun activity to help maintain independence and increase confidence.

We meet on Wednesday evenings at the village hall for an hour of dance moves and exercises of varying intensity, designed to get the heart rate up and improve fitness while having fun.  We mainly follow youtube videos projected onto the big screen.  Payment £2.50 per session on the night.

Hartpury Drama Group has a strong tradition and reputation in the community.  We aim to stage at least two productions  a year and put on a varied range of performances making best use of our members’ talents and the excellent Village Hall facilities.  

The group also organises well attended social activities.  An inclusive group we are always on the lookout for new members, whether you enjoy treading the boards, producing, directing, or helping back stage, with makeup, costumes, sound and lighting or front of house.  So, why not come along and join us.  You will be very welcome!

For further information please contact Lucy Barker, HDG Secretary, by email at .

Hartpury W.I. meets in the village hall on the second Thursday of each month. The programme of events for 2020 is available here.

Hartpury WI celebrated its centenary year in 2019 and as part of the celebrations an elm tree was planted in Broad Street. In conjunction with Hartpury Parish Council we worked on the garden round the War Memorial, clearing shrubs and planting flowers for a colourful summer display. We have planted two thousand spring bulbs round the Village as well as snowdrops round the elm. The WI has a range of activities and we involve ourselves within the local community, providing afternoon tea for the Villagers and tea for Hartpury C of E School as part of the 150th year celebrations of the School. We have supported the National Riding for the Disabled Championships at Hartpury College which has allowed us to donate equipment to the local Maisemore Riding for the Disabled. We take part in the Christmas Tree Festival at St Mary’s Church thinking up a different theme each time. Hartpury WI also has a thriving Craft Club, Gardening Club, Scrabble Club and Walking Group all meeting regularly. We have had some memorable trips one of which was to the Cotswold Distillery and another to David Austin Roses, with more planned for the coming years. You can find the range of events we participate in on Facebook and the programme on the Village Hall website.

The next jumble sale at Hartpury Village Hall will be held on:

26 September 2020 (Hartpury Church) 

Our jumble sales run from 2.00 – 4.00 pm. 

The “pop-up” Post Office visits Hartpury Village Hall every Tuesday and Thursday from 2.30 – 4.30 pm, offering all normal post office services, including banking operations.  Customers are also able to pre-order shop items including fresh milk, bread and papers.

The short mat bowls group meets on Friday afternoons from 2.00 – 4.00 pm.  The group is non-affiliated and games are informal, although some of our regular members also play competitive bowls for local indoor and outdoor bowls clubs.  Equipment is provided as necessary, so you don’t need to have your own woods to be able to join in.  Payment £2.00 per session, including a cup of tea or coffee during the interval.  All are welcome, no previous experience necessary.

Walking for Health is a national volunteer led scheme supported by The Ramblers. Nationally it offers over 1800 free short walks every week.

We have a thriving friendly group based in Hartpury with members from all of the surrounding villages, and new walkers are always welcome.

We walk and talk every Wednesday morning and aim to meet the needs of all of our group by offering both short gentle walks and slightly more energetic strolls lasting 45 -60 minutes.

You can read all about the scheme on www.walkingforhealth.org.uk, contact Susan on 01452 700707 or just come along one Wednesday morning to Hartpury Village Hall at 10.00am

Hartpury Youth Club meets at the hall on Friday evenings, generally fortnightly, from 6.30 – 8.00. The club is open to young people in school years 6-10 inclusive. Upcoming dates are listed below, please note that activities listed are provisional / subject to change.  In addition to the featured activities there are always opportunities to take part in games and craft activities, as well as music and a tuck shop.

Owing to the Coronavirus the youth club has been suspended until further notice.   

Supporting your local village hall by having a flutter, the 100+ club costs an annual fee of £5 per member.  We have 11 monthly draws, each with a 1st prize of £20 and a 2nd prize of £10, and an annual grand draw in September with 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes of £100, £50 and £25 respectively.  The 100+ club is co-ordinated by Sandra Jollans with support from Caroline Keene, Trish Gallagher, Bev Powlesland, Lynda Page and Sheila Trail.  If you would like to join please contact any team member or contact us via .