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Town Hall Display - Weeping Window

Town Hall Display - Weeping Window

The installation at the Town Hall for the commemoration of the ending of the Great War will remain in place for an additional week. The display will be removed by 23rd November 2018.

Posted: Thu, 15 Nov 2018 07:42 by Neil Wedge

Tags: News, WW1

The Rutland NSPCC Carol Concert

The Rutland NSPCC Carol Concert

The annual Rutland NSPCC Carol Concert takes place once more at All Saints' Parish Church in Oakham on Monday 3rd December 2018 from 7:30pm.

Tickets can be obtained in Uppingham from Don Paddy's Wine Bar in person or by calling 01572 822255.

Book soon as tickets will go quickly!

Posted: Fri, 09 Nov 2018 12:00 by Neil Wedge

Tags: Event, Charity

Spring Back Way - Uppingham

Spring Back Way - Uppingham

At Full Council on 7th November 2018 members accepted Rutland County Council's recommendation for a temporary trial of double yellow lines around the bend to alleviate congestion at busy times. Double yellow lines will be applied to both sides of the road. The finer details of the trial period will be available shortly and will be planned to start in late January 2019.

Posted: Thu, 08 Nov 2018 09:51 by Neil Wedge

Tags: News

Aerial Footage of WW1 Procession 11th November 2018

Aerial Footage of WW1 Procession 11th November 2018

Uppingham Town Council plan to capture aerial footage of the WW1 Commemoration Procession on Sunday 11th November 2018. Filming will be done from a small drone operated by a licensed user with the aim of adding a record to the town archive on what should be a fitting tribute to those who fought and lost their lives in the Great War.

The Council are ever mindful that in capturing video over private property... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 01 Nov 2018 08:47 by Neil Wedge

Tags: News, Event, WW1-100

Anti Social Behaviour - Uppingham

Anti Social Behaviour - Uppingham

@rutlandcouncil community safety team are keen to let everyone know the best route to report any incidents of anti social behaviour in Uppingham.

It is important these are captured and recorded as they may form the evidence needed to address issues in the community. The way you can report incidents are as follows:

Email - communitysafety@rutland.gov.uk

Call - 01572 722577 and ask for community safety... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 12 Oct 2018 12:54 by Neil Wedge

Tags: News, Anti-Social Behaviour

Tod's Piece Survey open until 2nd Nov 2018

Tod's Piece Survey open until 2nd Nov 2018

Uppingham Town Council are seeking views until 2nd November 2018 on Tod's Piece. In 2019 we are looking to undertake some improvements and would like your views on what you like and dislike about this open space. The survey will take just 5 minutes. We will be contacting residents and other organisations who use the park directly over the coming week. To take the survey just click here: Tod's Piece... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 11 Oct 2018 14:23 by Neil Wedge

Tags: News, Tod's Piece

WW1 Commemoration - Weeping Window

WW1 Commemoration - Weeping Window

The weeping window made from knitted poppies under the guidance of Sue Streeter of the WI and other members of our local churches, will be unveiled on 1st November and will remain in place for the week after 11th November.

Posted: Sun, 07 Oct 2018 09:43 by Neil Wedge

Tags: News, WW1

New Bench Installed

New Bench Installed

A new bench has been installed in the lay-by off Ayston Road between the Beeches and Wheatley Avenue following feedback that it would be a great locations for those walking between town and Uppingham Surgery.

Posted: Fri, 05 Oct 2018 12:30 by Neil Wedge

Tags: News

Remembrance 100 - Free Exhibition

Remembrance 100 - Free Exhibition

A commemoration of the centenary of the end of the First World War and 100 years of women voting.

Free exhibition at Rutland County Museum between 13th October 2018 and 12th January 2019.

For more information:

Tel: 01572 758440

http://rutlandcountymuseum.org.uk/

Posted: Fri, 05 Oct 2018 08:41 by Neil Wedge

Tags: Event

Telephone Scam in Rutland - Message from Rutland County Council

The Council has taken a large number of calls from residents who say they've been contacted by scammers posing as Council officers and asking for bank details over the phone. In some cases they are also claiming to work for the resident's bank to extract this information.

Our advice to resident's is as follows and we would appreciate it if you could help to share these messages online, via social media... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 14 Sep 2018 15:00 by Neil Wedge

Tags: News, Phone Scam

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