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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.

Fearnan Blog – Lockdown Week 3

More News of Deliveries The amazing #Feldy-Roo have introduced a Weem to Fearnan route. #FeldyRoo is a food delivery service for the Aberfeldy area. It has been set up to deliver free lunches, newspapers and evening meals to the isolated … Continue reading

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Traditional Sunday Roast is on the Menu!

Sunday Roasts from Ben Lawers Hotel Good news! Not only is Friday night Pizza Night, Sundays are now Roast Dinner Night! Paul and Dee from Ben Lawers Hotel are going to start delivering pre-ordered roast dinners to the Hall car … Continue reading

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Update on Deliveries to Fearnan

Courtyard Deli The Courtyard Deli are now offering an ‘order and pick-up service’. You can phone in your order (or ask from the door), they will pick and pack, and you can collect from their shop door. This helps them … Continue reading

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Life Under Lockdown

Offers of Help & Support Offers of help and support continue to be made by many of you within the community.  Unfortunately, several offers that were made are now off the agenda, given the most recent restrictions on movement.  (For … Continue reading

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We Shall Still Have Bread (and Cake)

Many thanks to those who got in touch after the last Blog posting with thoughts and suggestions. Kenmore Bakery We’re pleased to be able to pass on the news from Kenmore Bakery that they will be running a mobile bakery … Continue reading

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Coronavirus – Advice from Neighbourhood Watch and WHO

This week we are passing on helpful advice from Neighbourhood Watch about protecting yourself, your loved ones and your community in these somewhat unsettling times. We are also reproducing a chart issued by the World Health Organisation that helps to … Continue reading

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Pudding Night and Volunteer Transport Scheme

Leap Year Pudding Night The Fearnan Winter Pudding Night is a firm fixture in the diary. Some say it is something to look forward to during the worst days of the winter, others think it actually marks the coming of … Continue reading

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February – Photos and Diary Dates

Fearnan – Seventy Five Years in Pictures In the last Blog, we were able to share these 2 views of Fearnan from the south bank of the loch – one from the 1940s and one from the 1970s: Since publishing … Continue reading

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A bit of Nostalgia, a Book Review and Stay Safe Online

Nostalgia Corner This week we start with two fabulous views of Fearnan, one from about 70 years ago and one from 50 years ago. Both are taken from the other side of the loch. The wonderful image above was taken … Continue reading

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Study Trip to Cyprus

In this cold, wet week, the Blog is delighted to be able to transport you to sunnier climes and blue skies through Jason Oliver’s account of his recent study trip to Cyprus. Before coming to Fearnan, Jason worked as a … Continue reading

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