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Thursday, May 31, 2012

CPS Dropped remaining two charges, its good news the CPS were not happy with Leicester Police File

CPS dropped remaining two charges, its good news the CPS were not happy with Leicester Police File


Diamond Jubilee Celebrations



Good News, The CPS has dropped all charges brought by Leicestershire Police. The CPS were not happy with the police file. They dropped the charges stating lack of evidence.

A lot of public money has been wasted by the police in support of local governance whose sole aim is to close this blog.

I understand there are at least eight bullies out there who won't be happy with the outcome.

My view of the self selected elite Oakham Town Council won't change until we get a council that does not cost 80% of its income to run, I won't shut up because they tell me to do so.




Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Cllr Charles Haworth illegal parking and abusive to member of public after his dogs attack a dog in Cutts Close Oakham


Cllr Charles Haworth illegal parking and abusive to member of public after his dogs attack a dog in Cutts Close Oakham

I decided to pop out for a quiet walk in the park on this nice evening.

I spotted the car above illegally parked full of rubbish and 70s Disco CD's on the dash. I took the photograph not knowing it was one of Oakham Town Councillor Charles Haworth's cars.

There has been a problem recently, young drivers using the park with scooters and cars annoying local residents. So I was somewhat surprised to find this car belongs to a Councillor, but then as I have pointed out many times in the past rules clearly don't apply to our local councillors.

Any way I continued on walking and noticed a large man with two dogs out of control attacking another dog. The large man  as got closer, I recognised as Cllr Haworth he was shouting  abuse at the man, when he should have been saying sorry for his dogs behaviour.  He dragged his dogs of to his car accusing the man
of stalking him, Now where have I heard that before? There is clearly something wrong with the Councillor and for some reason he is protected from the law, by the local  law enforcers.

I spoke to the man he was very visibly shaken by the incident. I told him the gentleman was his local councillor. And he was typical of what one can expect from the thugs who run our town.

At first he did not believe I was telling the truth, how could a man so rude be a councillor? A good question I thought. I have been asking that same question for the last 2 years or more. Any time Mr  Haworth opens his mouth to me it inevitably results in him using a vocabulary and diction used by the vilest of thugs.

Cllr Haworth has also been illegally fly posting the town, I do hope he has read his friends, Cllr Lucas article in the Rutland Times, she is very critical about fly posters spoiling out town and county.

I wonder how much longer the town has to suffer this man who is permitted to lie to the police and continually be rude to anyone that pleases him.

What I witnessed was disgraceful and bullying behaviour tonight. I now wait for Leicestershire Constabulary to charge me with photographing the Councillors Car in a public place without its consent.

It should not be forgotten none of Oakham Town Councils, Councillors were elected by the people. It is surely time people stood up and disposed of this rubbish.

When you look at the finances of the council and see only around 20% of the tax payers money is spent on things for the benefit of the tax payer ie the residents and 80% is spent on the admin of this self selecting elite club surely the time has arrived to question the need for this councils existence.

I was wondering if we could get rid of a few of our Councillors by using the misrepresentation of people act?




Police have been handed ‘Chinese-style’ powers to enter private homes and seize political posters during the London 2012 Olympics.


UKDailyMail
Police have been handed ‘Chinese-style’ powers to enter private homes and seize political posters during the London 2012 Olympics.
Little-noticed measures passed by the Government will allow officers and Olympics officials to enter homes and shops near official venues to confiscate any protest material.
Breaking the rules could land offenders with a fine of up to £20,000.
Civil liberties groups compared the powers to those used by the Communist Chinese government to stop political protest during the 2008 Beijing Games.
Anita Coles, of Liberty, said: ‘Powers of entry should be for fighting crime, not policing poster displays. Didn’t we learn last time that the Olympics should not be about stifling free expression?’
The powers were introduced by the Olympics Act of 2006, passed by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, supposedly to preserve the monopoly of official advertisers on the London 2012 site.
They would allow advertising posters or hoardings placed in shop or home to be removed.
But the law has been drawn so widely that it also includes ‘non-commercial material’ – which could extend its reach to include legitimate campaign literature.
Shadow Home Secretary Chris Grayling said: ‘This is a Government who just doesn’t understand civil liberties. They may claim these powers won’t be used but the frank truth is no one will believe them.’
Liberal Democrat spokesman Chris Huhne said: ‘This sort of police action runs the risk of using a sledgehammer to crack a nut. ‘We should aim to show the Chinese that you can run a successful Olympics without cracking down on protestors and free speech.’
Scotland Yard denied it had any plans to use the powers.
Assistant Commissioner Chris Allison said: ‘We have no intention of using our powers to go in and take down demonstration posters.’
But critics said that – given the powers were now law – it was impossible to predict what would happen in three years time.
Campaigners said the existence of the powers was ‘dreadful’. Peter McNeil, who is against the holding of equestrian events in Greenwich Park said: ‘It’s bullying taken to another level. It’s quite appalling that this should happen in a democracy.’
The power emerged as the Home Office and police outlined the £600million security operation for the Games, which will cost more than £9billion in total.
They said hundreds of flights could have to be diverted every day, with planes prevented from passing over the main venue for the London games.
Olympic security chiefs said they expected to have to ‘manage’ the airspace over the Olympic Park in east London.
Read Entire Article HERE

Tesco Store Opening Jubilee Bank Holiday Weekend Oakham

Tesco Store Opening 
Jubilee Bank Holiday Weekend Oakham



Friday 1st June 2012 8.00am - 10.00pm

Saturday 2nd June 2012 8.00am - 10.00pm

Sunday 3rd June 2012 10.00am  - 4.00pm

Bank Holiday Monday 4th June 2012 9.00am - 6.00pm

Bank Holiday Tuesday 5th June 2012 8.00am - 10.00pm

Daily Job Alert any jobs in Oakham (within 10 miles) 30th May 2012


Daily Job Alert any jobs in Oakham (within 10 miles) 30th May 2012


Holland & Barrett - Melton Mowbray
You will show incredible customer focus, and be able to put the customer first. Motivation to lead the team to achieve personal and store targets....
Holland & Barrett - 16:25

Essential Employment - Oakham
You can also follow us at twitterfacebook or via our website@essentialemploy www.essentialemploy.co.uk Opens new window (unless JavaScript disabled) .... £7 an hour
Jobcentre Plus - 09:56

Tekniko - Oakham
You can apply for this job by telephoning 0208 9898585 and asking for Paul Khan. STD/39018. This vacancy is being advertised on behalf of Tekniko who are acting...
Jobcentre Plus - 09:52

Brooksby Melton College - Melton Mowbray
This post is subject to an enhanced check through the Criminal Records Bureau. Brooksby Melton College is a small to medium-sized further education college in... £24,347 - £25,833 a year
FE jobs - 12:04

Avenance Elior - North Luffenham
You can apply for this job by telephoning 01780 720615 and asking for Derek Parker. STD/39012. Must be 18+ due to serving alcohol. Must have own transport due...
Jobcentre Plus - 10:00

Avenance Elior - North Luffenham
Must have experience, and relevant qualifications, will be cooking to a set menu, will be working alongside military chefs. STD/39011.... £7.07 an hour
Jobcentre Plus - 10:00

Tinda Lee - Melton Mowbray
You can apply for this job by sending a CV/written application to Kerry Nelmes at Tinda Lee, kn.tindalee@hotmail.co.uk . MEL/25823....
Easily apply to this job
Jobcentre Plus - 09:43

Redrock Partnership - Melton Mowbray
You can apply for this job by sending a CV/written application to Dan Brown at Redrock Partnership, leicester@redrockpartnership.co.uk . MEL/25826.... £6.50 an hour
Easily apply to this job
Jobcentre Plus - 09:57

Fast Track Management - Melton Mowbray
You can apply for this job by telephoning 01923 813100 and asking for Jake Lamb. MEL/25820. This is a self employed vacancy. Must have a previous extensive... £15 an hour
Jobcentre Plus - 10:04

Tuxford and Tebbutt - Melton Mowbray
Previous experience within a production/dairy type role would be an advantage. All positions will require manual dexterity, close attention to detail and a high...
Jobcentre Plus - 09:57

You can apply for this job by telephoning 0115 9500800 and asking for Martyna Jarguz. MEL/25815. We are currently looking for experienced general operatives to... £6.08 - £7.50 an hour
Jobcentre Plus - 09:56

We are currently looking for a Lockstitch Sewing Machinist. You must have previous experience in using a lockstitch machine as the work involves finishing... £6.08 - £7.00 an hour
Jobcentre Plus - 09:56

Brooksby Melton College - Melton Mowbray
You can apply for this job by visiting www.brooksbymelton.ac.uk/jobs Opens new window (unless JavaScript disabled) and following the instructions on the webpage...
Jobcentre Plus - 09:54

Red House - Melton Mowbray
This vacancy is based in Nether Broughton. Email theredhousetavern@hotmail.co.uk or apply as below. 16+ PER WEEK 5 OVER 7 DAYS OR EVENINGS, SHIFT WORK....
Jobcentre Plus - 10:04

All Purpose Cleaning Supplies - Melton Mowbray
You can apply for this job by sending a CV/written application to Kevin Ashby at All Purpose Cleaning Supplies Ltd, sales@allpurposeltd.co.uk . MEL/25818....
Jobcentre Plus - 10:04

Countrywide Freight - Melton Mowbray
You can apply for this job by telephoning 01914 877775 and asking for Reception. MEL/25821. Acquire potential sales leads through web research and resources...
Jobcentre Plus - 10:04

Travail Employment Group - Oakham
A Chef de Partie is required to join a well established Michelin star restaurant in the heart of Rutland. This is a fantastic chance for an experienced Chef de... £14,000 - £15,000 a year
Easily apply to this job
Jobcentre Plus - 09:56

Travail Employment Group - Oakham
A Sous Chef is required to join a well established Michelin star restaurant in the heart of Rutland. Benefits include free parking, meals on duty, regular... £16,500 - £17,000 a year
Easily apply to this job
Jobcentre Plus - 09:56

Ajob.com - Melton Mowbray
Our client is a leading transport company and they are looking for an extensively experienced telesales administrator to join their busy sales team in Melton...
TotalJobs.com - 17:58

Robert Half International 239 reviews - Melton Mowbray
The Company Household name business with an excellent working environment. A really exciting opportunity. The Role Financial Accountant. The Financial... £33,000 - £40,000 a year
Robert Half International - 15:38



Sileby Jubilee Gala Sileby Memorial Park


Sileby Jubilee Gala

Saturday 16th June 1pm - 6pm

A gala to celebrate Her Majesty's Jubilee - there will be stalls, rides, music, children's fancy dress competition, displays in the arena, etc.

Venue: Sileby Memorial Park

Cost: FreeTo book a stall or for further enquiries contact Mrs L Hoyes, Secretary.

For more information:

Wistow Hall Diamond Jubilee 'Music In The Park' supporting LOROS (Hospice Care for Leicestershire & Rutland), Warning Zone (Leicestershire & Rutland Crimebeat Ltd), and the Breast Cancer Campaign.


Diamond Jubilee 'Music In The Park'

Saturday 9th June 7.30pm - 10.30pm

Bring your own picnic and enjoy a wonderful evening listening to music by Junction 21 (an 18 piece swing band) and the award winning all female brass band 'Boobs & Brass'. Followed by a fabulous firework display in front of Wistow Hall. This charity concert is held in the beautiful grounds of Wistow Hall by kind permission of the Brooks family, and is a great night out for all ages. The concert is supporting LOROS (Hospice Care for Leicestershire & Rutland), Warning Zone (Leicestershire & Rutland Crimebeat Ltd), and the Breast Cancer Campaign.
Venue: Wistow Hall
For more information:
Visit WebSite: http://www.wistow.com

Wigston Magna Library A Jubilee Party in the Library


A Jubilee Party in the Library

Wednesday 6th June 10-11.30am
Celebrate the jubliee with a street party in the library including stories and family activities. 4-10 years.

Venue: Wigston Magna Library

Cost: Free
For more information:
Tel: 0116 305 3689

Children's Art & Craft workshop: Merry Monarchs! Charnwood Museum


Children's Art & Craft workshop: Merry Monarchs!

Tuesday 5th June 10.15 - 11.15am, 11.45am - 12.45pm, 1.30 - 2.30pm, 3.00 - 4.00pm

'Celebrate the Diamond Jubilee in this workshop where you can make your own royal paraphernalia. Maybe you can wear what you make in our photo opportunity 'Monarch for a Minute' set! 3+ years.

Venue: Charnwood Museum

Cost: £2.50 per child, must be booked and paid for in advance.

For more information:

ArtZone at the Picnic in the Park! Queen's Park Loughborough


ArtZone at the Picnic in the Park!

Tuesday 5th June 12noon - 5pm
www.charnwoodarts.com/projects/artzone Join ArtZone for a special workshop at Charnwood Arts' annual Picnic in the Park! Come along and work with artists to make a square image which you can enter into Charnwood Arts' Young Artists Competition.

Venue: Queen's Park Loughborough 

Cost: free
For more information:
Tel: 01509 634975

Lubenham Jubilee Old Style Village Fayre Lubenham Village Green and Village


Lubenham Jubilee Old Style Village Fayre

Tuesday 5th June 10am - 4pm

See the Farrier, sheep shearing, stalls and more. The fifth and final day of Lubenham's Jubilee celebrations, drop in and join the fun.

Venue: Lubenham Village Green and Village

Beacon Hill Diamond Jubilee Celebrations: Lighting of the Beacon


Diamond Jubilee Celebrations: Lighting of the Beacon

Monday 4th June Gates open from 9pm

Join us to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee as we light one of 2012 Beacons across the country. The gas beacon will be lit at approx 10pm, gates open from 9pm. This is your chance to be a part of the Jubilee celebrations taking place across the country and a rare opportunity to experience Beacon Hill at night. Hot and cold refreshments available to purchase all evening. Beacon Hill Upper car park.

www.diamondjubileebeacons.co.uk

Venue: Freeevent. Freeparking at Upper Car Park only, from 9pm only, No Access from Lower Car Park

For more information:
Tel: 0116 305 8790
Email: countryparks@leics.gov.uk

Lubenham Jubilee Family Fun Day


Lubenham Jubilee Family Fun Day

Monday 4th June 2pm - 5pm

Activities and demonstrations, Bakanalia Border Morris, Tug of War, Army Cadet display, stalls and more! Evening lighting the Lubenham Beacon approximately 10 - 10.30pm.
Venue: Lubenham Village Green and Village

Oadby Queen's Jubilee Big Lunch Party Sunflower Radio


Queen's Jubilee Big Lunch Party

Monday 4th June 11am - 2pm

Queen's Jubilee fun for all ages including free food and entertainment for the whole community, children's activities, brass band, bollywood dancing, games, crafts and knitting, scouts' campfire, children's crown competition (judging at 1pm), Sunflower Radio, morsbags & much more! (Relocating to Oadby Baptist Church & Oadby Community Centre if it's bad weather). Co-ordinated by Oadby Community Stakeholders.
Venue: Ellis Park

Cost: Free
For more information:

Queniborough's Queen's Diamond Jubilee Day King George Playing Field lighting of the beacon


Queniborough's Queen's Diamond Jubilee Day

Monday 4th June 11am to 11pm

Village community day. Starting with a church service. Lunch for those villagers who remember the Coronation. Plans for the afternoon include stalls, gang show, races for children and adults, treasure hunt, village quiz, a big tea - bring your own food, beer tent and in the evening - music and grand finale lighting of the beacon.

Venue: King George Playing Field
Cost: FreeFor further information contact via e-mail.
For more information:

Big Jubilee Lunch in Witherley


Big Jubilee Lunch in Witherley

Sunday 3rd June 12pm - 2pm

To celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee weekend we will be hosting a special Jubilee themed Big Lunch. We're inviting the community to join us and enjoy a family party with giant picnic lunch, games, face painting and fancy dress for the children. As with other Big Lunches taking place across the UK, people will join together and bring along a plate of food, sandwiches, sausage rolls, crisps or whatever your favourite picnic food is. We will provide the drinks, party games and fun! See you there!
Venue: St Peters Church (Witherley)

Cost: Free

For more information:

Conflict 1485 with Les Routiers de Rouen Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre & Country Park


Conflict 1485 with Les Routiers de Rouen

Sunday 3rd - Tuesday 5th June 11am-3.30pm

Meet King Richard's Fellowship of Steel as they prepare for battle.

Venue: Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre & Country Park

Cost: Adults £2.00, Concessions £1.00, Family £5.00 (2 adults and 2 children)

For more information:

Tel: 01455 290429

Kibworth Regatta Diamond Jubilee Street Party


Kibworth Regatta Diamond Jubilee Street Party

Sunday 3rd June 12pm - 8pm
The biggest landlocked Diamond Jubilee regatta, led by "Admiral" Andrew Southerden's HMS Coach and Horses and 70+ "boats". Michael Wood launching event around 12.30pm. Live music and entertainment plus food and drink. Prizes for nautical theme fancy dress etc.

Venue: Kibworth Beauchamp

Cost: Free
For more information:

Lubenham Big Jubilee Lunch Harborough Band & Songbirds Choir


Lubenham Big Jubilee Lunch

Sunday 3rd June 12.30pm - 5pm

The Big Jubilee Lunch, bring a picnic and enjoy music by Harborough Band & Songbirds Choir.

Venue: Lubenham Village Green and Village

Diamond Jubilee Twyford Fete Day Twyford Recreation Ground


Diamond Jubilee Twyford Fete DaySunday 3rd June 10.30am to 6pm

The "Fete Day" consists of a Military Style Parade, initial parade from
 Church Lane to our traditional marquee for the church service, return parade
to church lane for Final parade and Royal Salute. Licensed bar,
 traditional local stands to include horse shoeing, sheep sheering, classic tractors,
steam engine, dog show, demonstrations, stands, displays and competitions Music,
, displays within the marquee.
Venue: 
Cost: FreeFor more information contact Leigh Higgins on 07825 017544.

Knighton Community Jubilee Celebrations design and make a crown to bring to the event, entries to be judged by Rosemary Conley.


Knighton Community Jubilee CelebrationsSaturday 2nd June 11am - 4pm

Craft stalls, bouncy castle, refreshments, children's games and activities,
 design and make a crown to bring to the event, entries to be judged by Rosemary Conley.
Organised by St Mary's Parish Church and Knighton Free Church.
Venue: Knighton Hall
Cost: Admission: £1,

Jubilee Flower Festival Wigston & Knighton Floral Society 60 Glorious Years


Flower FestivalSaturday 2nd - Tuesday 5th June 10am - 4pm

All Saints' Church Wigston in association with Wigston & Knighton Floral Society.
See the floral displays entitled 60 Glorious Years -
A Celebration in Flowers.Refreshments will be available in the Churchroom
 over the four days, cream teas Sunday, and light lunches served on Monday & Tuesday.
We are holding a Silent Auction. Plants will be on sale in the Churchyard at reasonable prices.

Opening times Saturday 2nd June 10am Opened by the Mayor of Wigston 1pm last admission

(1.45 closed for wedding) 3.30pm Flower Festival reopens last admission 5.30pm.
Opening times Sunday 2nd June 11.30am - 4.30pm.

Venue: All Saints Church - Wigston

Cost: £3 per adult, accompanied children free

For more information:

Woodhouse Eaves 'Open Gardens' Jubilee Open Gardens


Jubilee Open Gardens

Saturday 2nd - Sunday 3rd June 2pm - 6pm
Woodhouse Eaves 'Open Gardens' weekend is held every year
and raises funds for St Paul's Church. 15 gardens of all shapes
and sizes open, along with the village allotments and a privately owned
'Enchanted Wood'. 'Passports' which allow entry to all gardens are sold for £4.
Children are free. Please note, most gardens do not allow dogs,
so to avoid disappointment, please do not bring pets to the event.
Disabled Access:Many but not all gardens have access.

Venue: Woodhouse Eaves

Cost: £4

Lubenham Diamond Jubilee Village Breakfast Coach & Horses (Lubenham)


Lubenham Diamond Jubilee Village Breakfast
Saturday 2nd June 8.30am - 10.30am

Raising funds for the Lubenham Diamond Jubilee Committee.

Start the celebrations with a hearty breakfast!
Venue: Coach & Horses (Lubenham)

Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre & Country Park Bosworth Battlefield Guided Walk


Bosworth Battlefield Guided WalkSaturday 2nd - Tuesday 5th June 2.00pm (Sat), 11.00am & 2.00pm (Sun, Mon, Tues)

A 2km (1.25 mile) guided walk exploring the Battle of Bosworth,
the death of King Richard III and the unlikely victory of Henry Tudor.
Venue: Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre & Country Park

Cost: Adults £4, Conc. £3, Family tickets available

For more information:
Tel: 01455 290429
Email: bosworth@leics.gov.uk
Visit WebSite: http://www.bosworthbattlefield.com

Diamond Jubilee Twyford Evening Entertainment Twyford Recreation Ground


Diamond Jubilee Twyford Evening Entertainment

Saturday 2nd June 7.30pm till late

The "Evening Entertainment" consists of a traditional marquee,
head line band "The PLATFORMS" other live bands, disco,
competitions, licenced bar and refreshments.

Estimated Attendance 450 persons


Venue: Twyford Recreation Ground

Cost: £15 ( First 300 tickets 20% off )

For more information:

Diamond Jubilee Twyford Street Party Twyford (Church Lane)


Diamond Jubilee Twyford Street Party

Saturday 2nd June 12pm - 6pm

The 'Street Party' is a family orientated event,
traditional street party with refreshments (bring your own),
children's games, competitions, parents / guardians games and prizes.
Master of Ceremonies (Public Speaker) presenting material throughout
the event with background music.

Venue: Twyford (Church Lane)

Cost: Admission is FreeContact Leigh Higgins for details..
For more information:

Lubenham Diamond Jubilee Barn Dance Lubenham Village Hall


Lubenham Diamond Jubilee Barn Dance

Saturday 2nd June 7.30pm - Midnight

Jubilee Barn Dance with Knitters Jig, raffle and fish and chip supper.

Venue: Lubenham Village Hall

Cost: Tickets: £10.

Queen's Diamond Jubilee Festival Syston Central Park


Queen's Diamond Jubilee Festival Syston Central Park

Saturday 2nd June 10am - 10pm

Live Bands, local choirs and other entertainment, hand-made crafts and food stalls,
vintage ice cream van, plant sales, gardeners 'question time' with local gardening experts,
competitions for all ages, picnic in the park and a RAF Spitfire flypass.
The Church Bells will ring at 11am.

Venue: Central Park

Cost: FreeContact Vickie Russell Events Co-ordinator for further details.

For more information:

Knighton Hall Diamond Jubilee all ladies brass band 'Boobs and Brass'. Hope Against Cancer, Breast Cancer Campaign and Vista.


Diamond Jubilee Evening ConcertSaturday 2nd June 7pm - 10pm

Bring your own picnic, tables, chairs, rugs and sit in the grounds of Knighton Hall
listening to a concert by nationally acclaimed all ladies brass band 'Boobs and Brass'.
Proceeds to be donated to Hope Against Cancer, Breast Cancer Campaign and Vista.
Venue: Knighton Hall
Cost: Tickets: Adults: £10, Children £5.

Lubenham Jubilee Photo Display Lubenham Village Hall See the Queen's Jubilee portrait!


Lubenham Jubilee Photo DisplaySaturday 2nd June 10am - 4pm

See the Queen's Jubilee portrait!

Venue: Lubenham Village Hall

Celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Coalville Library


Celebrate the Queen's Diamond JubileeFriday 1st - Thursday 7th June Usual opening times

Come along and enjoy the street party atmosphere with crafts on a royal theme. Library closed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.

Venue: Coalville Library

Cost: FreeNo need to book - just drop-in

For more information:
Tel: 0116 305 3565
Visit WebSite: http://www.leics.gov.uk/libraries

Pie Night Queen's Jubilee Beaumanor Hall, Woodhouse Leicestershire


Pie Night Queen's Jubilee Beaumanor Hall

Friday 1st June 6.30-8.30pm
How about some comfort food on a Friday evening? Lovely pastry, tasty fillings, lashings of buttery mash and gravy.

Venue: Beaumanor Hall
Cost: £7.95 per person
For more information:

Lubenham Diamond Jubilee Committee Photo & Film Display, unveiling of H.M. Queen's portrait Harborough Movie makers


Lubenham Diamond Jubilee Committee Photo & Film Display

Friday 1st June 6.30pm - 10pm

A Jubilee related photo display and unveiling of H.M. Queen's portrait.
 Followed by a film show by Harborough Movie makers. Refreshments available.

Venue: Lubenham Village Hall

Celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Hinckley Library


Celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee

Friday 1st June Usual opening times
Come along and enjoy the street party atmosphere with crafts on a royal theme.

Library closed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.

Venue: Hinckley Library

Cost: FreeNo need to book - just drop-in
For more information:
Tel: 0116 305 2500
Visit WebSite: http://www.leics.gov.uk/libraries

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

DVLA Spends The Day Clearing Oakham of Untaxed Cars Photographs


DVLA Spends The Day Clearing Oakham of Untaxed Cars Photographs



Paint Ball Oakham Rutland


Paint Ball Oakham Rutland




Transition Rutland, Energy Action 4 Rutland & Dr Bike


Transition  Rutland, Energy Action 4 Rutland & Dr Bike











Finest Single Malt English Whiskey Diamond Jubilee

Finest Single Malt English Whiskey Diamond Jubilee

Rutland Times South Street Oakham Decorated for the Diamond Jubilee




Rutland Times South Street Oakham  Decorated for the Diamond Jubilee





Oakham Card & Gifts Gaol Street Oakham decorated for Diamond Jubilee

Oakham Card & Gifts Gaol Street Oakham decorated for Diamond Jubilee

Kevin O'Brien Gas Services Gaol Street Oakham Flying the flag for Diamond Jubilee

Kevin O'Brien Gas Services Gaol Street Oakham Flying the flag for Diamond Jubilee

Kids & More Crown Walk Oakham decorated for Diamond Jubilee

Kids & More Crown Walk Oakham decorated for Diamond Jubilee

Diamond Jubilee Wigwam Mill Street Oakham

Diamond Jubilee Wigwam Mill Street Oakham

Sonara Studios Mill Street Oakham Decorated for the Diamond Jubilee


Sonara Studios Mill Street Oakham Decorated for the Diamond Jubilee

Simon Cawthorne Mill Street Oakham Decorated for the Diamond Jubilee

Simon Cawthorne Mill Street Oakham  Decorated for the Diamond Jubilee

Swans Mill Street Oakham Decorated For the Diamond Jubilee

Swans Mill Street Oakham Decorated For the Diamond Jubilee

Scarlet Sky Mill Street Oakham Decorated for the Diamond Jubilee


Linnet Mill Street Oakham decorated for the Diamond Jubilee

Linnet Mill Street Oakham decorated for the Diamond Jubilee

Furleys Oakham decorated For the Diamond Jubilee

Furleys Oakham decorated For the Diamond Jubilee

Thee Whipper - In Hotel Oakham Decorated for the Diamond Jubilee


Thee Whipper - In Hotel Oakham Decorated for the Diamond Jubilee 

Lord Nelson Pub Oakham Flying Flag For Diamond Jubilee


Lord Nelson Pub Oakham Flying Flag For Diamond Jubilee

the pub is holding a special beer event over the Jubilee 
weekend I saw the advert in the paper
but forgot all the details, Craft beers I think
and not free.

Jack Russell Oakham Diamond Jubilee Decorated

Jack Russell Oakham Diamond Jubilee Decorated

Walkers and Thorntons Bookshop flying the flags for the Diamond Jubilee

Walkers and Thorntons Bookshop flying the flags for the Diamond Jubilee

Not A Oakham charity Shop decorated For the Diamond Jubilee


Not A Oakham charity Shop decorated For the Diamond Jubilee

Three old ladies passed and said what a lovely charity shop?

I know some charity shops have  a reputation for high prices
but surely not as high as this local dress shop, selling new clothes.



Tesco Diamond Jubilee Bunting 2012 Photographs


Tesco Diamond Jubilee Bunting 2012



The great British 
Summer 
2012



Yes Maam


Crown



I Love Corgis


Union Jack
&
Corgi


Wilkinson Oakham Diamond Jubilee 2012


Wilkinson Oakham Diamond Jubilee 2012

Croft Bakery Diamond Jubilee Cakes Oakham


Rutland Laundry Flying Jubilee Flags

Rutland Laundry Flying Jubilee Flags

Indian Restaurant Decorated for the Diamond Jubilee Oakham

Indian Restaurant Decorated for the Diamond Jubilee Oakham

Whoops a daisies flying the flag for the Diamond Jubilee

Whoops a daisies flying the flag for the Diamond Jubilee

Colemans Oakham Flying the flag for the Diamond Jubilee


Colemans Oakham Flying the flag for the Diamond Jubilee


Knights Of Oakham Flying Flags for the Diamond Jubilee

Knights Of Oakham Flying Flags for the Diamond Jubilee

Co Co Shoes Oakham Flying Flags For Diamond Jubilee

Co Co Shoes Oakham Flying Flags For Diamond Jubilee

The Melton Building Society Oakham Flying Flags For The Jubilee

The Melton Building Society Oakham Flying Flags For The Jubilee

Indigo Daisy Florist Oakham decorated for jubilee

Indigo Daisy Florist Oakham decorated for jubilee

Oakham Property Services Houses Fit For A Queen


Oakham Property Services Houses Fit For A Queen


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