Lost Key

If any local residents happen to be walking around the North Luffenham Woodland walk would you please keep a lookout for a lost key.

It’s a very ordinary looking NON Yale type  but the key ring holding it is very personal to me ( present from the grandchildren); it’s a big brass flat plate with the immortal words Dad’s keys inscribed on it in black and its taken me all these years to drop it somewhere on the Walk and I am pretty sure that it will be  along the first facing North stretch to the first major 90 degree turn up towards the main road. I don’t go any further!!!  

I have now re-walked this stretch twice to no avail but I live in hope!

If successful pls do  give me a call and I will collect. 01780 720689

Donation of Used Ink Cartridges

Collection of used ink cartridges
A big thank you to all have donated so far.
The first full box is being sent off for recycling and a donation will go to support a Rutland and Leicestershire charity (Emmaus) that supports the homeless.
A new box is in the church porch.
Please keep on donating used ink print cartridges

Updated Documents

Apologies to everyone for the delay in uploading some documents to the system.

Please follow the link below to access our online document system in which I have updated all the minutes and agendas to date – the draft minutes will be posted next week once complete and agreed via email by councillors.


Statue Unveiling Invitation

From Dr Sarah Furness.

You are invited to the unveiling of Rutland’s memorial statue to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth ll. I hope that it will be a happy family occasion and encourage as many people as possible to come. Dogs on leads are also very welcome!

The Rutland statue of our late queen, HM Queen Elizabeth II, is the first to be commissioned since her death. It will be officially unveiled on
what would have been her birthday as a fitting tribute to Britain’s longest reigning and possibly greatest monarch.
It was created in response to the depth of loss felt in Rutland on the late Queen’s death. Due to the incredible generous donations from local people
(95% of the cost was raised by many individuals and some businesses), sufficient funds were available for our Lord Lieutenant Dr Sarah Furness to
be able to commission a full-figure statue showing her in her prime.

Sculptor Hywel Pratley, a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors and Society of Portrait Sculptors, was selected as the sculptor and has
done a magnificent job using a local foundry.
If you would like more information about the day please visit the Lord Lieutenants website at: www.rutlandlordlieutenant.org

Donating Used Cartridges for Charity.

A box as shown has been put in the church porch.

Please donate your used printer ink cartridges . The used cartridges will be recycled and money collected will go to support EMMAUS – a Rutland and Leicestershire charity supporting homeless people. 

When the box is full , it will be sent off and another returned for use.

 Many thanks in anticipation of your donations.