Foster care and jewellery provide contrasting subject matter for evening events
Life as a foster carer is the topic of the next popular evening event open to the public at Fernhill House.
Local resident Meg Farmer will be talking about how looking after ‘101 children’ has been rewarding both for her – and for the young people who have shared her home over the years.
The talk is the latest in an eclectic mix of free evening events open to the public at Fernhill House. Meg will be talking on Monday July 10th between 7pm and 8.30pm – and all guests will be offered wine and nibbles.
The following evening, July 11th, sees a complete contrast in subject matter – with a local jewellery specialist talking about her international travels on the hunt for unusual stones.
The evening also includes a display of end of line boutique clothes – with bubbles and blinis on offer too. The fun kicks off at 6pm and runs until 8pm. To book a free place at either or both events contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01905 679300.