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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 2019 in Uppingham - all the usual regular things happening plus some new ones.
The Annual council Meeting of Uppingham Town Council is scheduled for 15th May 2019 at 7:30pm.
Posted: Mon, 06 Jan 2020 11:51 by The Clerk
Rutland County Council and Leicestershire County Council have announced continued funding for the 747 bus service.
Please see the attached press release from Rutland County Council for further information.
Posted: Wed, 18 Dec 2019 10:05 by The Clerk
Uppingham Town Council is seeking views about facilities in the town.
We had a glitch with the survey last week but it is up and running again and we should be grateful if you would take a moment or two to complete it and let us know your thoughts. More »
Posted: Wed, 13 Nov 2019 14:55 by The Clerk
On Wednesday 6th, of November Uppingham Town Council considered the motion that, when approached by the Cottesmore Hunt, whether to approve the use of the Market Place on New Years' Day. To date the Hunt have made no application to hold a meet in the Market Place this year. More »
The voting was follows. For the non- allowance of the Hunt to use the Market Place: 4 votes; to allow the hunt to use the Market place: 2 votes. 7 councillors abstained, and two were absent from the meeting.
The Mayor, Dave Casewell, who was not present at the meeting, said 'more has been read into this vote than perhaps should be. The Hunt had not approached Uppingham Town Council this year, and the motion was more of an exploratory one considering the appropriateness of the application procedure for such an event rather than anything else. The Town Council will clearly listen to the town, seeking its views, and review its decision before the winter of 2020. It is not up to the council to make moral judgement on hunting, but it does have the responsibility to ensure that events held on land that it controls are desired, appropriate and safe'. » Less