Fearon Hall, Loughborough

Information

Fearon Hall is a building with historical interest and is a grand example of Victorian brick architecture.

Built in 1889 and extended in 1910 in memory of the Archdeacon Fearon, it served originally as a Parish Sunday School and entertainment venue. It is situated in a conservation area adjacent to Loughborough Parish Church and has beautiful views of the Parish Green and All Saints and Trinity Parish Church.

Fearon Community Association Ltd exists to maintain and improve the quality of life for the community that it serves and promote equality of opportunity between individuals and groups of people from different backgrounds. Our targeted services are developed to achieve community cohesion, integration, social and recreational well-being and to provide facilities to local groups for leisure, education and recreation.

Website:
http://www.fearonhall.co.uk/

Contact

Address:
Fearon Hall, Rectory Road, Loughborough, LE11 1PL
Contact Email:
fearonhall@gmail.com
Telephone:
01509 230629

Forthcoming Events

Fri 26th May, 2017

RADAR: For and Against - Arts, Politics and the Pamphlet [Day One: Research Symposium]

RADAR: For and Against - Arts, Politics and the Pamphlet [Day One: Research Symposium]

11am @ Fearon Hall, Loughborough

This project is a collaboration between Radar and Loughborough University's Dr Gillian Whiteley and Dr Jane Tormey, RadicalAesthetics-RadicalArt (RaRa). We are delighted to be working with Ruth.. Read More »

Past Events

Wed 26th April, 2017

Stage Left presents: 'Hamlet  [Until April 29th]

Stage Left presents: 'Hamlet [Until April 29th]

26th April to 29th April 2017 @ Fearon Hall, Loughborough

Stage Left Theatre Workshop returns to Loughborough's Fearon Hall for this production of ‘Hamlet, Prince of Denmark’. Read More »

Sat 10th December, 2016

Christmas Fair at Fearon Hall!

Christmas Fair at Fearon Hall!

11am @ Fearon Hall, Loughborough

Come and enjoy the Christmas fun with seasonal stalls, music, crafts, refreshments and more.... Read More »

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