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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.

October Blog

October Coffee Shop The Coffee Shop popped up again last week to celebrate the approach of Halloween and attracted a number of villagers, a trio of witchy women and enough pretend-y spiders to have even those with the mildest form … Continue reading

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November Update

Community Council Elections 7th November 2019 There is to be an election, by postal ballot, to elect 3 members to represent Fearnan on the Glenlyon and Loch Tay Community Council.  If you are on the electoral register for this area, … Continue reading

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Larch Trees Under Threat

Highland Perthshire (a.k.a. Big Tree Country) has some 200,000 acres of woodlands, including some of Scotland’s most spectacular trees, along with swathes of larches. These tall and elegant trees change with the seasons, from lime green in the spring through … Continue reading

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Strawberries, Ospreys and Cut Out Cops

Last Saturday’s Strawberry TeaZ was one of the best ever, with around 60 folk arriving to help consume a pretty impressive table of strawberry delights, both sweet and savoury.  We were delighted to welcome so many local residents, as well … Continue reading

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Fearnan School 1785 – 1968

The year is 1785.  Plans are being laid for a building, approximately 33′ x 18′, that will provide a schoolroom, along with a bedroom and kitchen for the schoolmaster. The calculation allows for five windows and one outside door. The … Continue reading

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July Blog

Roads and road safety are a big feature this time, as well as some sources of help to get those really annoying, unwanted callers off your phone line. Heart 200 The issues that have come to the fore with the … Continue reading

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It’s been a Busy June

It’s been a busy month in the area, with lots to report on. Living on Water Archaeological Dig The archaeologists from the Living on Water Project have been back in the Loch Tay area this month. Their project is focussed … Continue reading

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