The 7th North Luffenham Safari Supper will be held on Saturday 6th April 2019. You are invited to join us for a fun evening eating, and meeting your way around the village. Please note the date – full details will be published on 1 Feb 19. For further details please contact Paul Cummings – Tel: 01780 720124
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The Parish Council have reviewed and considered the latest proposals for the proposed development of 2,215 new homes at St George’s Barracks. I attach a copy of our paper, which identifies the concerns that we have raised through the St George’s Barracks Advisory Board. and would welcome any thoughts that you might have. NLPC Response – Jan 19 V1.
As noted in the recent Newsletter the County Council will consider an application for a Housing Infrastructure Fund bid on Mon 21st January at 7pm in the Council Chamber at Catmose, Oakham. You are encouraged to attend to show the Council the depth of opposition that exists locally to the proposal to build a new Town larger than Uppingham in the heart of this rural County.
The current version of the Masterplan can be found at: https://www.stgeorgesrutland.co.uk
For Sale: 17 inch Humax colour TV. Excellent condition. £25-00. Contact: Ray Hurley 01780 721783
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RCC are running an event on Wednesday 13 February 2019 commencing at 7pm at Rutland County Council, Council Chamber, Rutland County Council, Catmose, Oakham, Rutland, LE15 6HP.
event is being held to help people find out what it takes to become a local
councillor and will cover the nomination process and standing for election, the
role of a councillor and what support is available, including allowances and
There will be a chance to speak with RCC Officers and Directors about council services and also the opportunity to speak to existing RCC Councillors about the role in practice.
For further information and to book a place on this
event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01572 720991.
Please note the change of date for the next Parish Council meeting. This is because the original date set of Monday 21st January clashes with a RCC Council meeting where the main agenda item is the SGB Development.
Agendas for the meetings now scheduled for the 28th January 2019 will be published by 22nd January 2019
Thursday evening, the 10th January at 7.30pm, Joe Whitehead is our Speaker giving an interesting talk on walled gardens: “Over the Garden Wall”
All guests and members most welcome, in the Community Centre.
A John Lewis sofa and chair.
Sofa has a Chaise lounge 3-seat.
Chair is of a retro style colour Barley.
Happy to send pictures via email if interested.
If interested please contact Karen on 07866327384 or email email@example.com
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The Village Christmas Day Church Service (Communion) will be held at 9.30am conducted by Rev Jo Saunders. All are welcome and Children and their toys are encouraged.
The drive wall of Stonecroft on Digby Drive was knocked down yesterday (Dec 20) morning – probably between 11am and 12 midday. No notification has been given to the occupiers of Stonecroft about the incident. The damage suggests the driver reversed into it and he/she must have known. Could you contact Andrew or Kathy Robinson if you have any information about this on 01780 720007
2018/1151/PAD: Barn at Settings Farm, Pilton Road North Luffenham
Everyone is invited to the Village Carol Service this evening, Sunday 16th December at 6pm in the Church. Through Drama, beautiful well known Music, Poetry and Song experience the wonderful Christmas Story coming to life. This is a family service for everyone and will include Drinks and Mince pies after the Service.
Rutland County Council’s December Cabinet Meeting on 18th December is to review the latest version of the Evolving Masterplan, together with the business case for a supporting bid to the national Housing Infrastructure Fund (HIF).
This will allow Cabinet to assess whether the Plan should be recommended to Rutland County Council’s January 2019 Full Council meeting for approval.
The Agenda and Reports for Cabinet on 18 December, including the latest version of the St George’s Evolving Masterplan, have been published and can be viewed online at:
The latest version of the Full Evolving Masterplan for St George’s, together with a shorter Executive Summary, can also be viewed and downloaded at:
Below are the draft minutes for the meetings mentioned above along with the meeting dates for 2019 through to April 2020
Below is the list of Speakers booked until May 2019.
Please note that it is the Christmas Social Gathering/Quiz, on Thursday 13th December at the usual time of 7.30pm in the Community Centre. Everyone is welcome to this relaxed and friendly evening. Drinks and food will be available and we hope you will bring a plate of your favourite food to share.
13 December 2018 Christmas Social and Quiz Evening
10 January 2019 ‘Over the Garden Wall’ – learn about all that goes on in a walled garden
Joe Whitehead, experienced head gardener for many years, including broadcasting, writing and being a panellist on gardening programmes.
14 February 2019 ‘A Garden for All Seasons’ – a detailed look at the planting in Diane’s garden at all times of the year, with practical ideas for increasing the flowering season Diane Clement, Director of the Seed Exchange for the Alpine, Garden Society, with many years experience growing, showing and judging.
14 March 2019 ‘The Wonderful World of Salvias’ – sharing her extensive knowledge, also covering the rise in popularity of the genus and the origins of many of them. Janet Buist, Formerly of Pennycross Plants
11 April 2019 Alpines & Bulbs – ‘From Mountain to Market’. Rob Potterton, Nurseryman, Pottertons Nursery
9 May 2019 ‘There’s More to that Flower than You See’. Stephen Ashpole, from North Luffenham, again sharing with us his lifelong experiences of gardening and wildlife
Are you interested in helping other people and if so come and find out more about the North Luffenham Good Neighbour Scheme this Friday 7th December at 7.30 pm in the den at The Fox. Following our AGM there will be light refreshments and a chance to talk over what is involved with the volunteers.
There are a variety of ways in which one can help and our volunteers find it rewarding and not particularly time consuming.
It would be good to see you there.
Concert in Oakham SUNDAY DECEMBER 9TH at 7.30PM
Oakham School Chapel.
The Armed Man A mass for peace by Karl Jenkins
Performed by Oakham choral society; this is a modern work written in 2000 to mark the end of the war in Kosovo. It is a fitting end to this centenary year of the end of the Great War.
If you do not like choral works, this is a bit different. Some beautiful harmonies with exciting use of drums and brass instruments to paint a musical picture of the build up t o battle , the horrors of battle and its aftermath with a plea for peace.
It is worth a listen .
Tickets available from Walkers Bookshop ( Oakham ) or on the door on the night.
Please see below the agendas and supporting papers for the above meetings which will be at 7pm on 3rd December, North Luffenham Community Centre