Can you knit or crochet a poppy for the WW1 Steering Group? The poppies will be displayed as part of a bigger display on the weekend of the 10th/11th November to mark the end of hostilities in the First World War. See below for more information....
We hope you can join us for this special Cricket & Croquet Day when we remember all those whose lives were turned upside down by the First World War. The soldiers who never came back; the soldiers who came back with memories so awful they were never spoken about. And the families in small villages [...]
Meet Garcia the grass snake. Garcia regularly comes along to the QE2 Field to show his support for Fairwarp Stoolball Club. It's a bit of a stretch to think he might one day join in but there's no reason why you can't! Stoolball training takes place every Wednesday evening at 6.30pm at Fairwarp QE2 Field. [...]
The winner of the Echo cover competition is.... Unknown! The delightful summer picture was found pushed in the door jamb of the Editor's front door! Read the Fairwarp Echo for the full story. But in the meantime here it is - and well done to the Unknown Artist.
FSC 2015. We started with just a few... But by 2016 - not only did we grow in number but our village sponsor turned us into canaries... Fairwarp Stoolball Club reformed in 2015 and has been steadily building in numbers and confidence. It is a mixed club and ages are from 8 to a [...]
The winner of May's Cover challenge was Bethany Rowland with a beautiful water colour painting of flowers. Well done Bethany.