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
FESTIVE DINING – Celebrate Christmas in Style
There’s no better venue for your celebration this Christmas. We’ve got everything you need for the perfect event.
Blazing log fires, twinkling candles, delicious food and terrific atmosphere.
The Feathers Inn is the place to be for your Christmas and New Year celebrations with family, friends or colleagues.
As a venue for your Christmas party, we can provide the perfect setting. We have all the expertise you need to help you organise a party – whether that’s a small gathering for friends or an office do.
We’d love to welcome you here for Christmas, and it’ll soon come around, so book now. Our private dining room is perfect for groups of 10.
Our menu changes everyday, making the most of the local produce available in our fantastic region. All our dishes are made by hand in house, it is therefore not possible to mass produce a set Christmas Fayre menu. However by the very nature of seasonality, dishes will be authentically festive.
If there’s anything we can do to make your party extra special just let us know and we’d be delighted to make it happen.
Call or email us to discuss your party, large or small. email@example.com 01661 843 607
Fresh Greenery Wreath Workshops
Both on Monday 11th December
The first at 12 noon till 3pm, the second at 7pm till 10pm.
Learn how to make a festive wreath and take it home to enjoy.
Demonstration of easy to use wreath clamp that takes the struggle out of the work and can be re used.
The workshop price includes the wreath clamp, all the greenery (bring your own favourite stuff), dried oranges, pine cones and cinnamon sticks to decorate your creation and ribbon to finish it off.
Blazing log fires, twinkling candles, delicious mince pies and terrific atmosphere.
The price includes tea and coffee and of course mince pies and good company all for £30 per person. It makes an ideal Christmas gift to share with someone or for yourself!
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