Monday evenings from 7 till 8.30pm. Informal drop in sessions, to help you find your way around conversational Spanish. £7 per class or come to all seven £40. A relaxed environment with a supportive teacher.
Second Sunday of the Month Stargazing
every second Sunday of the Month.
This is for anyone who has ever looked up and enjoyed seeing stars! This time we will also be talking about the upcoming solar eclipse, how to view it, when and where.
Join us with local amateur Dave Woodford to view the lovely night sky from Hedley. Its for anyone and everyone, all ages and interests in astronomy. Admire the skies from the comfort of The Feathers Inn. Just turn up on the second Sunday of the month starting with the
It’s fun to do a bit of informal observing if the weather’s clear, and if it’s not clear then at least we all get to meet and chat with some like-minded people. You don’t need a telescope, but if you do bring one great and you may be able to offer help to others.
We look forward to seeing you and the stars – clear skies and cosy fires
Knit and Natter
Every other Monday evening from 7pm
The Feathers Knit and Natter is looking for people who love crafts and all things home made. We are creative group of knitters and crocheters who get together on a regular basis to stitch and socialise. All Feathers Knit and Natter meetings are open to the public and are free of charge. So if you are interested in cocktails and crochet hooks then this could be for you.
Posted: January 21, 2015 4:17 pm
We have been working with local farmers since we took over the pub ten years ago. Working in in partnership to create the best dishes we possibly can. This August Bank Holiday weekend we will bring to you the culmination of many years work. Part of our ten year anniversary celebrations. Wagyu beef reared in our village, it does not get more local than that. We will have Wagyu Beef cuts on the menu all weekend (25-28th August) with a spectacular BBQ to celebrate on Monday 28th August.
“In the world of foodie obsession, it doesn’t come much more luxurious than the holy grail of carnivorous indulgence – Wagyu beef.”
Jo Carrigan, Huffington Post
BBQ Bank Holiday
Monday 28th August 12 – 3.30pm
Seasame, soy and chilli beef tartar with Asian pear and radish £7
Sliders with home made kimchi and Darling blue cheese in a brioche bun £4 for two
Seasame and soy bulgogi BBQ Beef £6
Bone broth with noodles, Asian greens and thinly sliced raw beef £4
Dripping chips and gochujang chilli mayo £3
Slow cooked smoked brisket with beetroot slaw and brioche buns £6
Other surprise dishes will be announced on the day!
Non meat options-
Lindisfarne oysters natural or with lime and chilli £2 each
North shields Mackerel fillets on toast with plum tomatoes and basil £6
BBQ sweetcorn with chilli, lime and fresh cheese or with butter and salt £2 each
Our own vegandogs , crispy onions and dill mustard with our own kim chi in a bun £3
Feathers no meat chips £3
What’s all the fuss about Wagyu?
” Wagyu beef is instantly recognizable due to its heavily marbled appearance, and it’s the presence of Intramuscular fat (signature to the Wagyu breed) which gives the meat its unique markings and melt in the mouth texture.
The mono-unsaturated to saturated fat ratio is far higher in Wagyu than in other beef, and it’s these fats disintegrating during cooking which provides Waygu with its signature rich and powerful flavor. ” Huffington Post.
Posted: December 2, 2014 10:54 pm