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The Town Hall is once again busy most weeks but we do have some gaps if you want to start your own class or book a birthday party - just check the calendar for What's On and then give us a call or email to get your slot booked in. We also have some allotments free having had a short waiting list - if you want to know more just check our allotment page out.

What's happening this month?
Most of the classes are back in action now for the new year. To see what's happening at the town hall or if you fancy joining a class just check out 'What's On' for more information.

Check out above all the dates for events in 2017 in Uppingham - all the usual regular things happening plus some new ones. Council are busy with committees and the regular monthly surgery will take place as usual - details below.

The next full council meeting will be held on Wednesday 6th December 2017 at 7.30pm - there is a special agenda item each meeting to allow members of the public to make statements. If you have something you want Councillors to hear come and join us. Alternatively call into the Town Hall on the last Saturday in the month to a Councillor surgery (25th November - 10am).

Latest News

Free Shopping Bus to Peterborough - 12th December 2017

Free Shopping Bus to Peterborough - 12th December 2017

Wed, 06 Dec 2017 14:52 by Neil Wedge

The timings for the free Xmas Shopping bus to Peterborough are available. Click on the document below:

Are you winter ready?

Are you winter ready?

Wed, 29 Nov 2017 21:25 by Neil Wedge

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Are you ready for winter?

As the nights get colder and darker, the chances of severe weather increase. Storms, floods and other extreme conditions can cause damage to network infrastructure and disrupt your energy supply. More »

That's why the UK's gas and electricity network companies have come together to launch the Be Winter Ready campaign. The campaign aims to help the public better-prepare for power cuts and gas emergencies that may result from bad winter weather.

To Be Winter Ready, you should:

•Know your free emergency numbers - in a power cut dial 105 or, for a gas emergency, dial 0800 111999.•Prepare your home – keep a torch handy and get your appliances serviced by a Gas Safe registered engineer to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. Vulnerable households can get extra support by signing up to the Priority Services Register. Contact your gas or electricity network to find out more. Visit www.energynetworks.org to find out who your network operator is.•Keep your eyes open – keep an eye on the weather forecast and, if you have a power cut or a gas emergency, check on your neighbours.

In recent years the chances of unplanned problems with electricity and gas supply have reduced dramatically. Since 1990, network companies have invested £80bn in improving the reliability of local energy networks in the UK. As a result, on average, electricity customers have a power cut just once every two years and gas distribution customers will have their gas supply interrupted without advance notice just once every 40 years.

Despite this, our gas and electricity networks can be affected by natural events, with severe winter weather potentially causing significant damage. The gas and electricity network operators are urging the public to Be Winter Ready. Make sure you're prepared in case you have a power cut or gas emergency. » Less

Uppingham Fatstock Show - ROAD CLOSURE

Uppingham Fatstock Show - ROAD CLOSURE

Mon, 27 Nov 2017 08:51 by Neil Wedge

Just a reminder that the Market Place will be closed until late afternoon on Wednesday 29th November. High Street East will remain open to vehicles supervised by marshals and there may be some delays whilst the animals are delivered and then collected.