Many thanks for everybody who has donated to the project. The benches have now been ordered and a contractor has given an estimate for their siting. To complete the funding of the project probably another £600 needs to be raised.
Villagers in North Luffenham may be interested in the “Men in Sheds” Oakham project. This is a fully equipped workshop, located at Oakham Enterprise Park, available to the over 50’s who would like to use and share practical skills, tools and resources to work on projects of their own choosing.
East Midlands Today featured the project during one of their local news programmes, click on the link below to view the news report
MISSING CAT from Sycamore Road… this Is one of our cats, Mao, not seen since Sunday evening..can you please check sheds/garages and keep an eye out? Thank you. (no collar but microchipped) call 07845987281 if you have any information
This Post will expire at 2:13pm on Friday August 20th, 2021.
People travelling around Rutland can enjoy free bus travel between Monday 26 and Saturday 31 July, to kick-start the summer holidays. As a follow-up to a successful Free Bus Travel Promotion in June, Rutland County Council is once again joining with local bus operators to offer a further week of free travel on public buses. The popular scheme has been expanded this time around, meaning that all bus journeys starting or ending anywhere in Rutland will be free from 26 to 31 July. To find out which local bus services operate in your area, check your route and plan your journey, please visit: www.rutland.gov.uk/buses. Questions about this latest free bus travel promotion can be sent by email to Transport@rutland.gov.uk. Anyone without internet access can call the council’s Rural Transport Officer on 01572 758138.
This Post will expire at 1:40pm on Thursday August 19th, 2021.
On Wednesday 14th school children found a plastic bag containing white cubes. There was also white powder on the ground among a number of discarded alcohol bottles. Please warn children not to pick up items on The Oval.
The Parish Council is responsible for The Oval and will check to see there is nothing of potential harm lying about.
We are thinking of setting up a weekly circuit training class and weekly Tai Chi sessions in South Luffenham Village Hall. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in coming along so we can gauge if the classes would be viable.
Want to start a new club or group of your own?
South Luffenham Village Hall can offer complimentary hire to help get your group or club off the ground to a flying start. For details email email@example.com
The North Luffenham cricket team are playing a match against Burghley Park this evening on the Oval. Feel free to take a stroll and watch them play in the evening sunshine, and maybe follow up with a drink at The Fox.
This Post will expire at 6:30pm on Sunday August 1st, 2021.
Barry Read, the new parish clerk, will be available in the Community Centre on Tuesdays and Fridays between 11am and 1pm for residents to discuss issues that they may have related to the parish. He may also be contacted by email: firstname.lastname@example.org