Gents Giant make cycle, excellent condition 21 inch (54cm) frame, 21 gears. £100
Ladies Giant make cycle, excellent condition (as new)
16.5 inch (42cm) frame, 21 gears. £100
May be viewed by appointment at Brush Cottage, next door to Fox pub.
Contact Brian Allen: 01780 729587. email@example.com
This Post will expire at 6:45pm on Monday August 13th, 2018.
Please find below formal notice of the reduced speed limit applicable to Station Road, North Luffenham
1154676 – HW TRAF – Notice of making order
Draft minutes the Parish Council and Parish Council Trust meeting, both held onMonday 2nd July 2018 at the Community Centre.
Minutes-DRAFT trust-2-07-2018 V2
Minute-Draft General- 02-07-2018 V2
Please find below details of forthcoming road closures due to surface dressing across Rutland as provided by RCC
TTRO SURFACE DRESSING NOTICE 2018
On Saturday 21st July there are still places available for anyone who would like to join this outing. It is a chance to visit these very fine RHS gardens.
Depart Easton on the Hill Village Hall at 08.30. Return from Hyde Hall at 16.00. Non-members pay £17.50 Please contact Joy Forster on 01780 762156 to book your place.
Empingham Garden Club’s Produce and Craft Show is earlier than usual this year. If you would like to enter, pick up a Schedule from Barbara’s Store in the village, or if you would just like to go along and see, the show is open to everyone from 2.00 – 4.00 pm.
On 22 Jun 18, Sir Alan Duncan MP Chaired a meeting to review the St George’s Barracks Masterplan. Invited were representatives of Rutland County Council, their consultants, RegenCo, the Ministry of Defence (Defence Infrastructure Organisations), County Councillors and representatives of a number of Parish Councils.
Though not an official record of the meeting, which has yet to be published, please find attached a summary of the notes that I made at that meeting. My personal perceptions are included in the final paragraph of the document.
The most important outcome of the meeting was an agreement to form an Advisory Group to work with RCC to help inform the Barrack Development Plan.
SGB Review 22 Jun – Merged V3
PBG CUMMINGS – Chair NLPC
Tel: 01780 720124, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
As required under transparency guidelines please find deatils of all expenditure by the Parish Council of £100 and over : Parish Council expenditure over £100
If you have lost a cat is this yours?
A black and white cat has been shut in the garage overnight. Has collar and has been around for a few days.
Phone 01780 720631 if you think it may be your cat
There is a session of poppy making in our village this Saturday, 16th June, at the Community Centre, from 2 pm to 4.30 pm. No need to bring anything. Please come along with friends and family. All welcome.
The Rutland Community Wellbeing Service has organised four events for local voluntary organisations and community groups. These free short events (no longer than a half day) are intended to provide some initial awareness of topics that may affect local groups.
The events and dates are:
Lone Worker Safety – Afternoon of 18th June 2018
Trustee Roles and Responsibilities – Afternoon of 25th June 2018
Environmental Impact of your group – Morning of 28th June 2018
Safeguarding – Morning of 17th July 2018
For more information and to book your free ticket visit the news section of their website https://www.rutlandwellbeing.org.uk/news or call 01572 725805.
Simon Mutsaars Chief Officer of Citizens Advice Rutland said “The Rutland Community Wellbeing Service intends to run a number of awareness and information events on a range of subjects and we hope that the information provided in each short session will prove invaluable to local voluntary and community groups.”