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
The Feather Taverna
Inspired by our recent trip to Crete. We will convert the Feathers into a Taverna for the May Bank Holiday 7th.
From 12 noon till 3pm. No bookings being taken.
Enjoy the delicious flavours of Crete, the heady wild mountain herbs, olives and lemons that make Crete the most amazing place to dine in Spring. From our little hill top we want to recreate some Cretan delicacies. We will also have fantastic Greek beer and wine along with – Raki and Ouzo – of course!
Ouzo (the aniseed one) Raki (strong and made from grapes)- both served cold neat to be sipped with Meze. £3 per 25ml
Mythos Beer £3 per bottle – Greek Taverna beer for long lazy afternoons in the sun……..
Wine – Ionos Red/White
Red 12% A gentle fresh lightish-alcohol red made in the Peloponnese from cabernet sauvignon and merlot. A charming accompaniment to a Greek salad lunch. £16 bottle/£5.50 glass
White 11.5% A fresh clean crisp Grecian white from the Peloponnese with welcome low alcohol and quite dry but gentle flavour. It is made largely from the local roditis grape with a bit of indigenous lagourthi and muscat.
all £3.50 each with flat bread
Olives- marinated Kalamata olives (V)
Salad- Cretan salad of ewes milk cheese, olives, tomatoes, barley bread rusks, peppers, tomatoes and red onions with olive oil and vinegar. (V)
Dakos – traditional Cretan bread rusk topped with chopped tomatoes, ewes milk cheese
and olive oil (V)
Sfougato- baked egg and wild greens omelette with dill and Greek pecorino. (Served room temp ) V
Dolmades- Rice and herb stuffed vine leaves with dill Vg
Htapodi xidato- pickled octopus- a must with ouzo!
Fava – split pea hummous (Vg)
Gigantes plaki- baked giant white beans with dill and tomato (Vg)
Tzatziki- Greek yoghurt, cucumber, garlic and dill dip (V)
Kalamaria – Fried squid with skordalia (garlic dip) (V)
Taramosalata-smoked cod roe and garlic dip
Melitzanosalta- smokey aubergine dip (vg)
Skordalia- potato and garlic dip with beetroot salad (vg)
Oregano and Aleppo pepper fries £2
Extra flat bread £1 each.
Greek pita stuffed with salad, garlic tahini sauce and choose from…
Spit roast Northumbrian lamb with mountain herbs
Lemon and olive oil halloumi .
Country Durham pork souvlaki skewer.
Greek yoghurt topped Slaley forest Honey comb or mountain honey and roasted nut
Homemade pistachio and honey baklava.
Loukoumades- Cretan doughnut soaked in honey syrup with walnuts.
Posted: December 2, 2014 10:54 pm
Celebrate your New Year with us.
When all you need is a bit of opulence, we have designed our New Years Eve Banquet for you.
New Year’s Eve Banquet – all dishes are to share for each table, please let us know any dietary requirements, no need to choose you get some of everything for each table.
New Years Eve Menu
Canapes and fizz from 6.30pm
Dinner served at 7.30 sharp, dancing till 1 am.
Canapes and Elderberry fizz
Our own made charcuterie, toast and pickles.
Perry poached pear and Darling blue and walnut salad.
Lindisfarne oysters natural
Northumbrian ox cheek in red wine, onions, mushrooms and smoked bacon.
Poached wild North Sea halibut, Scottish mussels, samphire, spinach and cider.
Northumbrian leek, squash, apple and sage pie.
All served with Dauphinoise potatoes, buttered black cabbage and roasted roots.
Damson Jelly and warm honey madeleines.
English quince and almond tart.
Aged Doddingtons and pickled walnuts.
Tables of 2 maybe put together with other groups to make tables of 4 to help encourage the convivial atmosphere of this banquet!
Payment in full by the 15th December.
Posted: December 2, 2014 10:45 pm