Author Archives: Tim Smith

Proposed Solar Farm South of Pilton: Consultation

In-person exhibition event will be held at: 

Wing Village Hall, Morcott Road, Wing, Oakham, LE15 8SA 

Tuesday 24th January from 2:00 – 7:00 pm

Webinars will be held on:

Wednesday 25th January – 7:00 – 8:00 pm

Thursday 26th January – 12:30 – 1:30 pmTo register for a webinar, please email

For more information on the proposed development please click on this link:

Paid Helper Required

Wanted – do you have 2 spare hours a week (or could possibly be fortnightly) to take an elderly lady from the village shopping in Stamford and assist with the odd light chores? We are looking for a kind, friendly person, with own car. The days and times could be flexible to suit. 

Please contact Sarah on 07790 168863 (up to 12 January) or Nicola 07831 185297 for more information and rates of pay.

North Luffenham Parish Council and Trust Meetings on Monday 19th December 2022 at 7.30 pm in the Community Centre

Please click below for the agendas and associated documents

Carol Service in the Church

The North Luffenham Carol Service will take place in the Church on Thursday 22nd December at 6.00 pm.

Please do come to the village carol service in the church; due to an irreparable breakdown of heating in the church it was advertised in the Benefice Magazine as taking place on The Oval. However, there isn’t much heating on The Oval either and the church would protect from the elements.

There will be a warm welcome, dress up warmly, sing lustily and celebrate with words and music the birth of Jesus!


Consultation on Officers’ Mess Site Edith Weston

Please come and give your views on development at St. George’s Barracks

Date: 22nd November from 5.30 pm until 8.00 pm in Edith Weston Village Hall

This drop in session is to consider proposals for the Officers’ Mess Site at Edith Weston as a stand alone site. However it has implications for any redevelopment of the rest of the St. George’s Barracks. That it is why it is important to give you views at this initial consultation

Please do not trespass on private lands

The owners of the Water Gardens and fields below to the south have reported an increase in people trespassing on their land. They also report dogs being let off leads and dog mess not being picked up.

The Water Gardens and fields are private property and should not be entered unless given permission by the owners.

Residents are asked to keep to the footpaths, keep dogs on lead and clear up after them.