Monthly Archives: November 2014

Talking about Fearnan – A Visit from Annabelle

In a recent article in the “Talking about Fearnan” series, brief mention was made of the Tinkers who used to travel around the Fearnan area. This week we are delighted to publish another contribution from Alistair Barnett, writing from his … Continue reading

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Fearnan Book Club

At the recent meeting about the village hall, a proposal was made for a Book Club in Fearnan. The idea would be for the club to have an initial meeting to agree a list of books and then to meet … Continue reading

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Fearnan Service of Remembrance

Last Sunday, on a bright November morning, a group of around 50 people gathered at the Fearnan War Memorial for a short Service of Remembrance. The group included current and former residents of the village, along with others who have … Continue reading

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Talking about Fearnan – The Horn Carver

Countryman, mole catcher, gardener, fencer, school bus driver, fiddle-maker – but perhaps Cameron Thomson is best known as the Horn Carver at Lawers. This month we talked to Cameron for our occasional series Talking About Fearnan. Cameron was born and … Continue reading

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Improved Emergency Support in Fearnan

Fearnan has just taken delivery of its own Public Access Defibrillator. A defibrillator is used to administer an electric shock to a person who is having a cardiac arrest and Fearnan’s defibrillator is designed to allow non-medical personnel to use … Continue reading

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