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Author: The Clerk

Victoria Fountain Restored

Victoria Fountain Restored

The Queen Victoria Jubilee Fountain in Uppingham has been restored, thanks to a donation by a local resident. The Grade II listed monument was built in 1887 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the reign of Queen Victoria and has now been cleaned by a specialist company.

Built in stone in the gothic revival style, the fountain is a key part of the Market Place in Uppingham. Steve Rozak, the Mayor... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 16 Apr 2021 10:11 by The Clerk

Tags: Market Place, News

Road Closure information A6003

Road Closure information A6003

From 12th April until 5th July 2021 the Manton Road (A6003) will be subject to a road closure due to building improvements at Manton bridge. During this time a diversion will be in place and the Centrebus RF1 route between Corby and Melton Mowbray will also be affected.

The bus service will continue to serve each settlement on the route, with the exception of Gunthorpe,

More information can be found... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 06 Apr 2021 11:23 by The Clerk

Tags: A6003, Highways, Information, RF1 Bus

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Future Rutland

Rutland County Council has launched a new website for residents to have their say on all aspects of living and working in the county.

For more information visit


Posted: Tue, 06 Apr 2021 11:05 by The Clerk

Tags: News

Uppingham Neighbourhood Plan

We've recently distributed a booklet about updating Uppingham's Neighbourhood Plan to every home in Uppingham. If you're a resident we hope you'll respond to the surveys in the booklet - the closing date is Friday May 14th!

Posted: Thu, 01 Apr 2021 18:57 by The Clerk

Tags: Neighbourhood Plan

Changes to Centrebus services 12 and 47

A message from Rutland County Council:

After the government announcement on 22 February and the roadmap to ease out of lockdown, we have been working with bus operators on re-building our local bus services. Several changes will come into effect from 8 March 2021 including the reinstatement of Centrebus service 47/R47 to aid travel to access education.

The timetable for Centrebus service 12 will also... Read More »

Posted: Sat, 06 Mar 2021 by The Clerk

Tags: Bus Services

Neighbourhood Plan Review: quotations sought

Uppingham Town Council is seeking quotations for the following work:

Design and delivery of a temporary website to hold the "data-book", to which residents can refer during the consultation period for the Plan Review. Please respond to the Town Clerk townclerk@uppinghamtowncouncil.co.uk by 0900 on Monday 15 March.

Posted: Fri, 05 Mar 2021 23:20 by The Clerk

Tags: Neighbourhood Plan

Neighbourhood Plan Review: quotations sought

Uppingham Town Council is seeking quotations for the following work, to be undertaken in March 2021:

Laying out, and supplying print-ready artwork for, 20pp Neighbourhood Plan booklet. (All content will be provided by others.)

Please respond to the Town Clerk townclerk@uppinghamtowncouncil.co.uk by 0900 on Monday 8 March.

Posted: Tue, 02 Mar 2021 19:50 by The Clerk

Tags: Neighbourhood Plan

National lockdown from Jan 2021

Because of national lockdown, the Town Hall is closed until further notice.

We are still contactable - via townclerk@uppinghamtowncouncil.co.uk

Posted: Wed, 30 Dec 2020 16:21 by The Clerk

Tags: Coronavirus

A letter from the Lord Lieutenant

The Lord-Lieutenant of Rutland

Dr Sarah Furness PhD

25th November 2020

Dear Parish Clerks and Chairs

I am immensely impressed by the ways in which communities in Rutland have supported each other, the vulnerable and those in need through the pandemic. Thank you for everything that you are currently doing to support your Parish to serve the community. It has been an exceptionally testing year for us all... Read More »

Posted: Sat, 12 Dec 2020 11:48 by The Clerk

Tags: Community Support

Town Council's Covid fund

Dear Uppingham retailer

We wrote to you in July about the creation of the Town Council's Covid fund, to enable retailers to apply for small grants to help sustain their business reopening. The maximum claim is £200 per business.Although we have had a number of applicants, some unallocated monies remain in this Fund, so this is a reminder to submit a claim if you feel you have a case - no later... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 03 Dec 2020 15:30 by The Clerk

Tags: Grant Aid