Last Saturday, the annual Fearnan Winter Pudding Night arrived, bringing with it a wonderful smell of baking and a feast of deliciousness for FVA members and their guests.
Whether your preference is for warm ‘comfort’ puddings like Treacle Sponge, Rice Pudding or Cloutie Dumpling, or more sophisticated tarts, pavlovas and cheesecakes, there was something for everyone.
The main problem was deciding what to choose and what to leave out, but we know of at least one person who solved this tricky dilemma by simply working his way, one by one, down the full list of puddings set out in the menu. We take our metaphorical hat off in admiration!
As ever, the music was provided by Doug and Hilary Law who, we’re delighted to say, have moved into the village. Here’s a little sample from Doug.
Take it away, Maestro………
There’s lots more happening in Fearnan, and the dates of forthcoming events are:
Saturday 4th March – Games and Curry Night in the Hall at 6 – 9 pm.
Tuesday 21st March – FVA Coffee Morning. Join us at 10.30 am for coffee, chat and some delicious home baking.
Saturday 25th March – FVA Annual General Meeting in the Hall at 4pm.
Saturday 22nd April – Quiz Night in the Hall. The cost will be £7.50 a head for adults and this year’s charity is the Scottish Charity Air Ambulance.
And finally ……..
In these parts, we’re familiar with road signs that exhort us to beware of Red Squirrels, Deer, or other wildlife. With it’s tongue very firmly in its cheek, The Blog has another suggestion borrowed from elsewhere!