Children and young people
This is a Saturday dance school. Throughout the day it runs a series of classes for young people in a variety of dance styles and ages (4 to 16 years; tap or modern for juniors, intermediates and seniors; seniors ballet). Contact Alison on 07831 603317.
This club is for severely disabled young people. It meets every Saturday and runs schemes during each school holiday. In this way it gives carers support, and a break.
Take-a-Break also manages a club for disabled adults every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. For more details, telephone 024 7664 4909.
If you're LGBT+ and aged 12 - 18, there's loads for you to get involved in. This group is a space where you can be yourself and meet other LGBT+ people. Everyone is really friendly and will make you feel welcome.
Meet Tuesday (Term Time) 6pm - 8pm.
Adult and community service
The Adult Learning Team use Hatters as a venue for a variety of subjects, including ESOL and basic skills. They use the centre every week (term-time only). For more information, contact Adult and Community Learning 024 7635 3065.
Road Safety Course
Monthly courses addressing issues around driving. Contact through Hatters Space 02476 384491.
Helping people with disabilities or health conditions move into education/training or employment. They meet here every Tuesday morning 9am until 12 noon. Contact 0114 2768004.
Yoga classes are held at the centre every Tuesday evening at 7pm. Please contact the centre for more details.
Special interest groups
Meets at Hatters on the last Thursday of each month, 7pm to 10pm. Contact through the centre.
Meet on the first Tuesday of each month 7pm to 10pm from September through to April. Contact details through the centre.
Nuneaton birdwatching group
A monthly meeting with talks on various aspects. They meet the third Thursday evening of each month, September to May. Contact through the centre.
Nuneaton and Bedworth machine knitting club
This locally run club does exactly what it says in its title. It meets at Hatters Space on a first and third Thursday evening of each month, 7pm to 9pm. Also includes hand knitting and crochet. Contact through Hatters.
The Wood Turners meet at Hatters on the first and third Tuesday evening of each month 6pm to 10pm.
Nuneaton Ukulele Jam Band
This group allows enthusiasts, learners and beginners to play together. Great bunch of people who thoroughly enjoy making music.
Meet every Monday 7pm to 9pm
Nuneaton Deaf Chatter Club
A group of deaf people from the local community. They meet once a fortnight on a Wednesday, between 1.30pm and 3.30pm, for a chat and a cup of tea or coffee. Contact through the centre.
Providing counselling services for young people and families. Relate are based at the centre every week. Appointments can be booked through their area office in Coventry, telephone 024 7622 5863.
An independent charity offering free confidential support for anyone who has experienced the trauma of rape, sexual abuse or sexual violence. Contact 01788 551150.
The objects of Safeline are to relieve suffering and advance education amongst people experiencing the after-effects of the trauma of rape and sexual abuse, without distinction of gender, sexual orientation, race, colour or other political, religious or other opinions. Safeline provides several services including counselling, support groups and a free helpline. For more information call 01926 402498.
People come to AA through many different means, if you need support, you can simply just turn up.
Every Thursday 7.30pm to 9pm
Meetings are held every other month for local watch groups and area co-ordination of watch groups.