The Fernhurst Social Club Fernhurst Club is a registered charity located in the centre of the village of Fernhurst. Residents of the village and the surrounding area can join this lively and family friendly private members club. Public events are, of course, open to non members. Please ask at the bar or call 01428 656399 for membership details.
The Good Companions meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month (excepting August & December) at 2.30pm in the Fernhurst Village Hall. The club provides companionship and interest for people of a pensionable age and gives them the opportunity of giving service. For information about the Club and membership contact the Secretary Mrs. Sue Hodge on 01428 653059
Fernhurst Lunch Club The Fernhurst Lunch Club was formed in 1997 by members of the Parochial Church Council and was supported by various third party organisations. The lunch Club has flourished ever since, it meets twice a month in the Village Hall and is run entirely by voluntary helpers. The freshly prepared two-course lunch, followed by tea or coffee costs £6.00 and anyone over 50 years of age, retired or early retired, is very welcome to join: there is an annual membership fee of £1.00. The membership secretary is Janet Bristow (01428 653037), who would be pleased to welcome new prospective members and supply any further information.
Mens Breakfast Takes place in the Parish and Community Room adjacent to the Church (very occasionally on another Saturday if there is a clash with a special event) every first Saturday at 8:00 AM for 1 hour
The Haven “Drop-In” Café 1st Monday in the month between 2 and 4 pm in the Parish and Community Room at Fernhurst Church. Join us for a relaxing drink and chat, anytime between 2 and 4 pm for a brief escape from the stresses of everyday life. There will always be someone available in the café who is specially trained to be a listening ear, in confidence, if you need one.
Women's Group Meets monthly on a Wednesday for Bible study, teaching, prayer and lunch. Contact details in Fernhurst News
Sunday Club Meets at 10.00 on the second, fourth (and fifth) Sunday mornings offers children and young people the opportunity to have their own age-relevant service in the Parish and Community Room next to St. Margaret’s Church, joining with the whole congregation for Communion at the end. The Bible readings and theme are the same as those for the main congregation, and are explored using story, crafts and discussions. The children talk about their Sunday Club worship to the whole congregation at the end of the service. Visit the Church website by clicking here.