Introducing our handcrafted delicious bakes and chocolate treats for those who appreciate great taste, quality and value for money with 100% of all profits generated going towards supporting activities in our local area.
We’re offering free use of our computers, internet and IT skills to help those who don’t have any, to connect face to face with their family and friends.
In line with the Government announcement on Sat 1st Nov 2020 we are closing Fearon Hall to the public and most of our groups that hire our facilities, from Thurs 5th Nov – Wed 2nd Dec inclusive.
So, how does the new Tier 2 restrictions for Charnwood which came into enforcement today (Sat 31 Oct), effect us at Fearon 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.
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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.