Explore the Hall
Fearon Hall is a vibrant and flexible centre offering a friendly environment and a range of versatile spaces for community groups, business break-out, private hire, special projects, theatre and performance based events.
Café in the Hall
Our welcoming and friendly community café is the heartbeat of Fearon Hall and is a central focus for visitors during Hall opening times.
Currently open Thursday and Friday, 9am to 3pm for affordable hot drinks, refreshments and homemade bakes and treats. With pre-bookable lunches on a Thursday and our Breakfast Club on Fridays.
Fearon Hall is a safe haven and a centre that delivers vital support services into our community. We are home to a growing number of organisations that offer their particular area of expertise via the Hall.
We are proud to work alongside a diverse range of community organisations. Working with them to design and deliver community projects to support local people of all ages in skills development, health and well-being, recreation, gardening and the arts.
Our upstairs Ballroom is an incredibly atmospheric space with superb acoustics due to it’s arched wooden ceiling. With a sprung floor, lighting rig and bar facilities this makes it a brilliant small venue – for musical and theatrical performances, dances, art exhibitions, private parties and business events.
Our downstairs Main Hall is our go to venue space for larger scale community events – seasonal fairs and fetes, themed events like gardening and arts activities, gaming days, repair cafés and cultural celebrations.
Fearon Hall is situated within a conservation area and we are fortunate to benefit from a number of green spaces which surround our historic home. Whether it’s gardening, exercise or relaxation, the benefits of the outdoors on mental and physical health is well known and we work closely with our community partners to organise and promote as many outdoor activities as possible.
Coming up at the Hall…
The Harvest festival was a very different affair at Fearon Hall this year, keeping up with the new Covid regulations meant that we were very limited with the number of people allowed in the Hall at one time.
Just one little thing from you can change a lot for someone else. How can the voluntary and private sector work together to support communities?
Fearon Hall is monitoring closely the national guidance that applies to Community Centres across England relating to Covid-19.
Exciting plans are afoot to redevelop the area at the back of the Hall to create a courtyard space and ‘gateway’ into the adjoining Rectory Wildlife Garden.
Since Coronavirus lockdown started in March we’ve been busy with improvements ready for reopening.
Over recent weeks the Rotary Clubs of Loughborough Beacon and Jubilee have been helping us smarten up the Hall ready for reopening.