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Annual Parish Meeting

The Annual Parish Meeting (APM) will be held on the 19th April at 7.30pm. Because of the restrictions this will have to be a virtual meeting by Zoom. The link for the meeting is:    

https://zoom.us/j/91267575090?pwd=V3k0TkJsaUVFY29UYXo0Nm5aOGltUT09

Meeting ID: 912 6757 5090

Passcode: 738000


The APM is an opportunity for parishioners to have their say on the activities of the parish council and make suggestions of future projects that could be undertaken. There will be an online presentation of our activities following which parishioners will be invited to give their comments, so please do come along. However if you are unable to attend your comments are most welcome. Please email them to clerk@northluffenham.org.uk.

For a variety of reasons not everybody will be able to join in the meeting and a Newsletter is being circulated summarising the activities of the Parish Council over the past year: please click to download

Remembrance Service for Prince Philip – Friday 16th April

On Friday 16th April at 7.30pm there will be a short service in St John the Baptist, North Luffenham, for all who would like to gather the evening before Prince Philip’s funeral at Windsor. Anyone from the village and wider area will be most welcome. There will also be events streamed from All Saints Oakham and Peterborough Cathedral

This Post will expire at 7:30am on Saturday May 15th, 2021.

Looking for a house in North or South Luffenham

We are looking for at least a 4 bed ( or potential for) with good sized garden. We have already sold and have a healthy budget – disclosed via private message.

If you are thinking of selling a property as above then please contact me .

My number 07514092856.

Thanks Annie Burns

Annual Parish Meeting (Virtual): Monday 19th April 2021 7.30pms this is to be a virtual meeting

Attached below is the agenda for the above meeting along with some breifing notes. Also attached are the minutes from the Annual Parish meeting held on the 18th March 2019. No meeting was held in 2020 due to ‘lockdown one’

This is an opportunity to hear what the Parish Council has been doing over the past 12 months plus for parishoners to raise any questions or concerns that are going on in the Parish

As this is to be a virtual meeting via Zoom, here is the link

Annual Parish Meeting
Time: Apr 19, 2021 07:30 PM London

Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/91267575090?pwd=V3k0TkJsaUVFY29UYXo0Nm5aOGltUT09

Meeting ID: 912 6757 5090
Passcode: 738000

Benefice Walking group

Monday morning  10am 12th April

Walking the Settings starting from the church, returning to the church via Moor Lane, Settings and Glebe Road.

Everyone welcome, pushchairs and buggy’s included.

Bring your drink and leave it in the church porch to enjoy on your return.

contact liliane@btconnect.com if you are interested

This Post will expire at 9:19am on Sunday May 9th, 2021.

The Fox – Reopening information!

Spring is certainly here, lambs can be seen bouncing around the fields and daffodils in their full glory.

We are delighted to advise that in line with the relaxation of
restrictions The Fox will be re-opening on Monday 12th April.

Over the past few weeks we have been busy preparing for this, cleaning, painting, planting and preparing our outside space. Initially we will only be able to operate outside on our patio area and have made provision for not only covered area’s to protect from the elements but also additional new seating for drinking and dining.  


Our patio will be open as follows :  
Monday  5.30pm – 9pm (Drinks only)
 Tuesday 5.30pm – 9pm (Drinks only) Wednesday 5.30pm – 9.30pm (Food 5.30-9pm)
Thursday 5.30pm – 9.30pm (Food 5.30pm – 9pm)  Friday 4pm – 10pm (Food 4pm – 9pm)
 Saturday 12 noon – 10pm (Food 12 noon – 9pm)
 Sunday 12 noon – 9pm (Food 12 – 4pm)


During this interim period in anticipation of being permitted to open inside in May, we will be offering a menu that has been tailored to enjoy on our patio or alternatively to take home. We look forward to returning to our normal seasonally changing menu
with daily specials as soon as possible.


Our patio menu can be viewed on our menu page of our website ;
www.thefoxrutland.co.uk


For takeout orders please telephone 01780 720991 to place your order during
opening hours and to arrange a collection time. We look forward to welcoming you back to The Fox 

The Future Rutland Conversation

“The Future Rutland Conversation launches today. It’s your opportunity to get your views heard on all things Rutland. Topics to be covered include environment/ climate change/ health and wellbeing/ leisure/ living in Rutland/ public services/ learning, skills and employment.  Find out more and sign up for virtual live conversations or take part in surveys at www.rutland.gov.uk/FutureRutland  Please register and then you can join a conversation here: https://future.rutland.gov.uk/live-virtual-conversations” on the village

Palm Sunday and Easter

Do join us for services in church this Sunday and on Easter Day at 9.30am.

All are welcome at both services + when the church is open on Wednesday and Sunday.

Also come and see the figures decorated at school and around the village have been transformed to tell the story of Palm Sunday and Easter.

(Please remember that to comply with the law, masks must be worn in church and households cannot mix indoors)

Planning Application 2021/0233/DIS – Land on Glebe Road

Planning application for variation on materials and tree removal for the 3 dwellings on Glebe Road has been received.

Details can be found via the link below

https://publicaccess.rutland.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=QP342UNNN1200

RCC HIF Vote – Which way did each Councillor vote?

Rutland County Council have released the details on how each Councillor voted in Mondays HIF vote – see the link below for details

Which way did my councillor vote during Rutland County Council’s meeting on the Housing Infrastructure Fund for St George’s Barracks in North Luffenham? (stamfordmercury.co.uk)

Emergency Road Closure-Glebe Road, North Luffenham with immediate effect

Rutland County Council District Council (‘the Council’) in exercise of its powers contained in s14(2) Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 has issued this notice in relation to Severn Trent water works because of the likelihood of danger to the public.
The effect of the notice is that Glebe Road shall be closed with immediate effect today to 25/03/2021.
The maximum duration of this notice shall be 21 days from the date below.
During the implementation of this notice the diversion route shall be Glebe Road, Pilton
Road, Moor Lane, Digby Drive, Chapel Lane, Church Street, Pinfold Lane and Lyndon Road

A map of the diversion route is available to view at https://one.network.

Mark Andrews 23rd March 2021
Interim Chief Executive
Rutland County Council
Catmose
LE15 6HP

NLPC and Trust Meetings (virtual) 29th March 2021 @7.30pm

Please find attached the papers for the above meetings:

Here is the link to the meetings:

Join with Google Meetmeet.google.com/dvr-hndg-eay