Fun and Games in Fearnan!

The Village Hall hosted a Games and Curry Night at the beginning of March, and judging by the smiles in the photos below, it was much enjoyed by the participants.  Most of us were trying not to count the years that had passed since we last played table tennis, dominoes or tiddly-winks and also trying not to be too inept.

Guy, who’s hand was very clearly out of action in a bandage and sling, should probably have been given a generous handicap.  But having said that, he still managed to out-play several of us at table tennis!

Elaine demonstrated how to play Quoits……….

………… and although she made it look easy, not all of us were able to emulate her style (as the 3 ‘misses’ in the photo show).

All thoughts of winning, high scores and personal bests were quickly forgotten when, after a flurry of activity in the kitchen, a delicious selection of curries appeared, followed by home-made ice-cream and sorbets. A great finale to the evening.

Later in the month, a somewhat less energetic but equally sociable Coffee Morning was held – the first of the year. As ever, there was an excellent spread of goodies,  including warm pancakes made on the spot, savouries, cakes and biscuits.

 

More Events Coming Up!

Fearnan Village Association’s AGM will be held on Saturday 25th March at 4pm in the Village Hall.  All members welcome.

The FVA is 10 years old and and like every ten year old, we love a good birthday party!  Join us for a celebratory afternoon tea on Saturday 15th April at 3pm. Free to members and their friends.

There’s also a Coffee Morning on April 25th at 10.30am in the Hall.

 

If you enjoy a good read, the Book Club are reading Joanna Cannon’s debut novel, The Trouble with Goats and Sheep, a funny and moving portrayal of suburban life in 1970’s Britain with an intriguing mystery at its core. They will be discussing it on the 12th April in the Hall at 7.30pm

 

About Fearnan Village Association

Fearnan Village Association was formed in 2007 to provide a means through which those who live in the village can come together to discuss and respond to issues of importance to the village, particularly those that will have an impact on our quality of life. We also organise social events, such as the very popular Pudding Night in February, Strawberry TeaZ in July, and other events and coffee mornings throughout the year.
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