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Friday, August 31, 2012

Christine Emmett has today been selected by the Corby and East Northamptonshire Conservative Association to contest the by-election.



If I was voting in Corby I would not vote for Christine because she is a Tory and a Rutland County Councillor

Christine is of course one of a few Rutland County Councillors who has manners. Something lacking of many  Rutland Tories.


Christine lives in a Windmill Morcott Rutland LE15 9DQ  Tel: 01572 747000
As she takes her first steps into Corby I think she might be in for a surprise the problems in Corby are far greater than Rutland.
You only have to look the local paper, its not full of nice things like here 
in Rutland

BMW smashed up and set alight in Corby

Magistrates show man caught with two knives no mercy

Police investigating cause of blaze at Corby school

County crackdown on alcohol-related violence



Then of course the biggest complaint in this area is Tory MP's are elected to be rarely seen working in their constituencies ever again. 



If you don't believe me read the letters in  the Stamford Mercury...



Christine Emmett has a degree in Economics, and was a member of William Hague’s Northern Transport Commission, She also worked for Marks & Spencer and still dresses smartly in their outfits.
She does a lot for charity, she often raises cash by living on £1 a day that does not include the fuel to go out and by it or heat it. But it gives her an insight as to how the poor live.

I wish her luck, I did tell her she was to good for Rutland County Council.

She will have to work hard to catch the votes the bookies are not rating her chances.




Christine Emmett has today been selected by the Corby and East Northamptonshire Conservative Association to contest the by-election.



Conservative Party Candidate, Christine Emmett said:
"I feel truly honoured to have be selected as the Conservative candidate for Corby and North East Hants and I relish the chance to fight the upcoming by-election.

"I want to provide real local leadership, standing up for you and being a strong voice for our community in parliament.

"Local people want a local candidate who listens to them and knows how to get things done. I have experience across a number of sectors, having raised money for charity, worked with the health service and run my own business. I want to use my understanding and knowledge to represent the people of Corby and North East Hants.

"I will spend the next few weeks and months traveling around the constituency and listening to people like you. I want to know your view, your problems, your concerns so that I can best represent you and serve our community."

Conservative Party Co-Chairman, Sayeeda Warsi said:
"I am delighted to announce that Christine has been selected as the Conservative Party candidate for Corby and East Northamptonshire.

"Christine has real experience of the working world, and will be a leader for the local community, standing up for the entire constituency and working hard for its residents. By choosing a career politician as their candidate, Labour has shown that they are more concerned with keeping it in the family than truly representing the local people.

"I am looking forward to hitting the campaign trail in the coming weeks, knocking on doors with Christine and showing that the Conservative Party is on the side of hard working people."


Previous about Christine Posted by Martin Brookes at 5/11/2012 06:47:00 PM


Councillor  Christine Emmett (Conservative) Parliamentary Candidate Rutland County Councillor.

When I first met Christine Emmett, I thought she was too good for Rutland County Council and even more shocked to find she was a Rutland Tory. Her vocabulary and diction stretched further than your average Rutland Tory Thug.
She called me by name rather than Idiot or something worse.
I remember asking her at an event, had she ever worked for central government, she said no.
Now I hear she was in Downing Street as a hopeful Parliamentary candidate. Good luck Christine, You need to get out of Rutland before you turn into a typical Rutland Tory drunken old boot.

Please! if you are successful and become an MP try not to forget how you existed for two weeks on £1 a day for food. I and many others do that out of necessity living on basic benefits. 
I spend £10 a week on food. I am pleased to hear your dog eats better than you did for the two weeks.

Christine raised £750 for charity. 



Royce Rangers Football Club host a Football Fun Day & Car Boot Sale


Royce Rangers Football Club host a Football Fun Day for junior players on Saturday.

Leicester City legend Steve Walsh will make a special guest appearance


at Oakham Showground, off Lands’ End Way from midday until 3pm.

Lots of fun activities with stalls including a bouncy slide, and football skills sessions for children under 11.

Hot and cold refreshments will be available.

New members are always welcome to join the club.

For further information call club secretary Stacey Underwood on 07936 714001.

Car boot sale from 11am. To reserve a pitch, call Edwina Jarvis on 01572 770137 or 07900 407938.

Clint Eastwood's Speech Republican National Convention Video President Barrack Obama This Seat's taken



Clint Eastwood's unconventional speech at the Republican National Convention  Video

President Barrack Obama's response.

This seat's taken.

Atos protesters clash with police at DWP ITN Video





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Disability benefits protesters have fought with police at the DWP's Caxton House office  6-12 Tothill Street. London. SW1H 9NA . Report by Adam Sich. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn


White Horse Empingham Charity Quiz Nights Start Again



White Horse Empingham Charity Quiz Nights Start Again

Monday 10th September 2012

£5 entry which includes a meal normally tasty sausage and mash

£2.50pp goes to the chosen charity of the team.

Sarah says "Each year thousands of pounds are raised for good causes "

Sounds a goood deal to me considering a decent ready meal will cost you more
than £2.50 at Tesco.

Booking Required.


White Horse Empingham
2 Main Street
Oakham
LE15 8PS map
T: 01780 460221
E: info@whitehorserutland.co.uk
W: http://www.whitehorserutland.co.uk

Opening Times


Monday to Sunday: 11:00 til 23:00



Gulley gratings stolen from road in Manton Rutland

Gulley gratings stolen from road in Manton

Officers from Rutland are appealing for information after a theft in Manton.
The incident happened between 6pm on Friday August 17 and 9.30am on Saturday August 18, 2012 when 12 gulley gratings were stolen from the A6003 near to the railway bridge.

The gratings are made of cast iron and are 18 inches by 18 inches in size.
PC Paul Anderson, the investigating officer, said: "Due to the number of gratings taken, it may have taken more than one person to carry them and a vehicle to remove them from the location.

"If you can recall anyone acting suspiciously in the area from Friday evening through to Saturday morning or remember seeing someone loading this property onto a vehicle in Manton, please get in touch.”

Anyone with any information about the incident is asked to contact PC 1921 Paul Anderson on 101*, follow the instructions to leave a message for a police officer and when prompted key in the officer's identification number 1921. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers, which is free** and anonymous, on 0800 555 111.

* Calls to 101 cost 15p for the entire call from both mobile phones and land lines.
** Please note some mobile ‘phone service providers may charge for this call.

Crime reference number: LR/01160/12-5

Message sent by
Jon Gower (Police, LSTO, Rutland)

any jobs in Oakham (within 10 miles) 31st August 2012


any jobs in Oakham (within 10 miles) 31st August 2012 
Company Fusion - Oakham
working as a lone nurse on shift. managing and supporting the care assistant team. overseeing clients with mental health and dementia.... £19,000 - £21,000 a year
Socialcare.co.uk - 9:27

Lands End 15 reviews - Oakham
The ability to work alone on a project and self-manage is important, as well as being able to work in a small development team within a global IT framework.... £30,000 - £35,000 a year
ComputingCareers - 18:34

Constructive Resources Limited - Oakham
STD/39879. 3,974 top recruiters are currently searching our CV database, so register your CV now . You can also Upload Your CV Today - Be Found By UK's Top... £11 an hour
Jobcentre Plus - 10:06

The Best Connection 4 reviews - Langham LE15
Driving licence essential. You can also Upload Your CV Today - Be Found By UK's Top Recruiters . 3,974 top recruiters are currently searching our CV database,...
Easily apply to this job
Jobcentre Plus - 10:09

Norfolk Community Health & Care NHS Trust - Wymondham
Ogden Court is a 21 bedded nursing unit delivering integrated care for both NHS and Social services patients. Our patient group consists largely of older people... £14,153 - £17,253 a year
NHS Jobs - 12:54

JobsToday (Peterborough) Enhanced - Oakham
RESIDENTIAL SALES MANAGER / SENIOR NEGOTIATOR. Clicka pply now for contact details. Apply with C.V....
Jobstoday.co.uk - 20:41

Northern Devon Healthcare Trust - Seaton
You will join a team of four B6 and two B5 physiotherapists based within these community hospitals. Future service requirements may mean a change to your areas... £21,176 - £27,625 a year
NHS Jobs - 18:13

Alpha and Omega - Uppingham LE15
Temporary for 2-3 weeks. For information on how benefits are affected and whether entitlement may be lost, speak to a Jobcentre Plus Adviser.... £13 an hour
Jobcentre Plus - 10:10

JobsToday (Peterborough) Enhanced - Melton Mowbray
Waltham Hall Nursing Home Due to expansion. we are looking to recruit for the following positions:- Night and Weekend....
Jobstoday.co.uk - 20:41

JobsToday (Peterborough) Enhanced - Melton Mowbray
Working in partnership with Leicestershire County Council to provide care & support services, to Adults, the Elderly and People with Disabilities living in...
Jobstoday.co.uk - 20:41

HCL plc - Melton Mowbray
We require experienced Support Workers/Health Care Assistants to deliever complex care in various locations in the community, and in residential homes....
Careers4a - 21:54

JobsToday (Peterborough) - Melton Mowbray
Required to assist with 300 cow dairy unit at Upper Broughton. Click apply now for contact details. Full time or part time considered....
Jobstoday.co.uk - 20:41

CSP Technical - Melton Mowbray
This is a temp position but can go perm for the right candidate. You can apply for this job by telephoning 0116 2424898 and asking for Zoe Crutchley.... £6.50 - £7.50 an hour
Jobcentre Plus - 10:25

CSP Technical - Melton Mowbray
To apply please call 0116 242 4898 or email your. You can apply for this job by telephoning 0116 2424898 and asking for Zoe Crutchley....
Jobcentre Plus - 10:25

Recruit4health - Rutland
Recruit4Health require a Locum General Practitioner to work at a medical centre for the MOD. Working for the MOD you will be required to run Primary...
Jobs4Medical - 13:01

TSD Specialists Ltd - Melton Mowbray
Ideally, you will be someone who enjoys and quickly picks up new skills. CMS. WCF.... £20,000 - £30,000 a year
Jobsite UK - 23:46

Chase Medical - Melton Mowbray
Are you for looking for locum work as a Nurse Practitioner?. £32 - £55 per hour including holiday pay. Alternatively more information is available on our... £32 - £55 an hour
MyJobGroup Ltd - 22:42

JobsToday (Peterborough) Enhanced - Melton Mowbray
we anticipate a high number of applicants for this role and will be unable to contact all unsuccessful applications.... £25,000 a year
Jobsite UK - 23:46

Interaction Recruitment - Wymondham LE15
Some on-site fitting experience would be beneficial and full driving license is essential. Please aply in writing to donna.mills@irweb.co.uk if you have the... £7 - £9 an hour
VacancyCentral.co.uk - 23:16

Artisan Recruitment Consultancy (JP) - Oakham
Hours are 7.15am - 16.15pm or 8.15am - 17.15pm (40 hour week) Immediate start available. Own transport essential for this role....
Jobstoday.co.uk - 20:41


Newtown Linford Scarecrow Festival


Sat, 29 Sep 2012 2:00pm

Newtown Linford Scarecrow Festival

29th and 30th September. Scarecrow Festival.

Scarecrows, afternoon tea, secondhand books and have a go bellringing and more.
A fun weekend for all the family

Venue: throughout Newtown Linford

Disabled Access: All venues have wheelchair access
Contact: Iris Sayer / 01530 243822 / peterniris@tesco.net

Residents who live in and around Stamford Road in Oakham are being asked for their views on how best to manage street parking in their area.




Residents who live in and around Stamford Road in Oakham are being asked for their views on how best to manage street parking in their area.
  • No waiting at any time on Stamford Road (Monday to Friday 8am – 6pm)
  • 2 hour parking on roads off Stamford Road (including the Edmonton Way estate and Sculthorpe Close)

Rutland County Council is starting a formal consultation, which is the final stage before implementation, this week on a number of proposals, and anybody interested has until 17 September to make their views known.

View the Stamford Road Parking Consultation webpage for more details

Council Leader Roger Begy commented: “We’ve been speaking to people living in this area of Oakham for some months, and these proposals are the result of lots of dialogue and informal discussions. We hope we’ve come up with a solution that will actually solve a problem rather than move it from one area to another.”
Councillor Begy added: “It’s a difficult balancing act and a great deal of thought and consideration has gone into these detailed proposals. We’ve had to consider the impact of any changes not only on those who currently use certain roads for parking, but also for residents and visitors to homes in the local area.”
Councillor Begy went on to say: “We’ve considered this area of Oakham as part of  a wider review of parking across the whole town.  This is the first time that the council has carried out a full review rather than dealing with problems in isolation. I hope that will put us in a good position for the future.”
The main proposals being advertised for consultation are:
The full list of changes to parking regulations for Stamford Road, the Edmonton Way estate and Sculthorpe Close, can be viewed in the Rutland Times (23 August) or on the council website by following the link above.
Visitors to Customer Services at the Council Offices can also view a large map of the proposals.
Comments received will be taken into account before the proposals are finalised.

Residents who live in Ashwell and Whitwell are being encouraged to have their say about how to best protect the appearance of their village. Conservation areas


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Residents who live in Ashwell and Whitwell are being encouraged to have their say about how to best protect the appearance of their village. Conservation areas 
The council is seeking views on possible changes to the Conservation Areas which are already in place throughout both villages (Whitwell since 1979 and Ashwell since 1999).
The purpose of a conservation area is not to prevent development but to make sure that any changes made do not have a negative impact on the local character of the area.
A draft Conservation Area Appraisal has been produced for both villages, which provides more detailed guidance on their special character and appearance.  These aim to specify what is important about a conservation area and what further measures could be taken to protect it.


Councillor Terry King (pictured left), Deputy Leader of Rutland County Council, says: “There are already 34 conservation areas in Rutland and they work extremely well to protect the heritage and rural nature of our villages. It’s important that we revisit them from time-to-time to make sure they are still relevant and whether any changes need to be made.”
Councillor King added: “Those living in Ashwell and Whitwell should see this as a chance to comment on whether any proposed changes are appropriate.  It’s important they have their say as once agreed, the detail of each conservation area is taken into account when planning applications are considered.  We want as many people as possible to comment from both areas and look forward to receiving their views.”
In Ashwell, it is recommended that houses still have to apply for planning permission to make any external changes to their property, but residents are specifically asked whether this should include solar panels on the front roof slope of houses.
In Whitwell, residents are being asked whether they want to introduce the rule about applying for planning permission (free) when making changes to the front of properties, and whether or not the existing conservation area should be extended to cover land to the rear of buildings on the north side of the main road.
The full consultation documents for both Ashwell and Whitwell can be viewed at the Council offices in Oakham, at all Rutland libraries or on the council websitewww.rutland.gov.uk/conservationareaappraisals
Printed copies of the document can be downloaded from the Council’s website or are available on request from the Council.
Comments should be sent to the Council in writing during the consultation period starting on 3rd September and ending at 4:45pm on 1st October 2012.
Comments may also be submitted by using the response form available on the website or by email to localplan@rutland.gov.uk.
For enquiries please email localplan@rutland.gov.uk or ask for the David Trubshaw, Conservation officer or the Planning Policy Section on 01572 722577.

Quorn Festival Of Food And Craft, The Banks, Church Lane, Quorn


Sun, 23 Sep 2012 10:00am

Quorn Festival Of Food And Craft

The Quorn Festival of Food and Craft is a follow on from our hugely successful May Day Event and Farmers market. A gastronomic delight of local & regional products ensures there is something for everyone. The Quorn Exchange Pimms Garden invites you to enjoy the finest perfectly chilled glass of Pimms with friends whilst listening to gentle live music.

Join leading local chefs and producers showcasing local and regional produce and experts in wine tasting.
Local crafters and demonstrations.

Quorn Bacon Roll masterchef cook off competition. please contact me for an application form and recipe
Come and join us and experience a great Festival!

Sunday 23rd September 2012 10am - 4pm

Venue: The Banks, Church Lane, Quorn

Disabled Access: Flat arena with ramp to other levels and indoor toilets
Contact: Helen Spiby / 01509 827468 / spiby@ntlworld.com

Rutland Food Festival, 15th September 2012 Rutland Water, Sykes Lane, Empingham, Rutland Day


Rutland Day 2012, Rutland Food Festival, Rutland Water

 

Hambleton Bakery, Rutland Day 2011


Rutland Food Festival: 15th September 2012 

Rutland Water, Sykes Lane, Empingham  

Rutland Day


Rutland Food Festival; a celebration of all the wonderful food and drink on offer in and around Rutland.  From small family run farm shops to traditional bakeries and award winning butchers, there is something for all tastes in England’s smallest county.  Come and sample thirst quenching ciders and beers, nibble on pork pies and cheeses and savour organic freshly cooked sausages and Dexter old spot burgers.
Rutland Day is on the same site as the Food Festival, and is a great day for everyone of all ages to enjoy. As well as a great line-up of live music on stage, there’s plenty of entertainment for children and a range of stalls for adults to browse around - making it a fantastic family day out in Rutland for all the family.

What a day we had at the Rutland Food Festival 2011 - the sun shone (and the wind blew!) but the atmosphere was red-hot with families enjoying the live music and local food. The delicious smells were drawing people from miles around to taste the delights of the county.
Our top local chefs were entertaining the crowds with their excellent cookery demonstrations; you can view some of the inspiring recipies below;
View Olive Branch chef, Richard McGloughlin's recipe for Rabbit Pithier here.
View  The Red Lion chef, Chris Harrison's recipe for Baileys & White Chocolate Truffles here.

Just some of the great businesses that attended the 2011 Food Festival are:

*The Grainstore Brewery          *Cookie Box          *Picks Organic Farm Shop
          *Brocklebys          *Northfield Farm          *Rutland Preserves
*Little Cakes of Rutland          *The Olive Branch Handmade Chocolates
           *Jolly Dale Cider        *Hog Roast          *Fen Farm Venison
*Amphora Wines                   *Groovy Foods          *Brocklebys    
          *Jamalade          *Rutland Vintage Now          *Barnsdale Gardens Veg
*The English Chocolate Fountain Company          *Grasmere Farm
          *Black Rock Grill at Greetham Valley Hotel          *Hambleton Bakery
*Barnsdale Lodge          *Dickenson & Morris Pork Pies          *Riverford Organic Veg
          *Stamford Cheese Cellar          *Gourmet Spice Co          *Melton Cheeseboard
*Bat & Bottle Wines          *Northfield Farm          *Harbour Cafe Bar

Plus there was an interesting selection of cookery demonstrations from Food Ambassador for Rutland, Sean Hope (Michelin star chef and owner of The Olive Branch Pub, Clipsham) and other top Rutland chefs.
FREE Entry (small parking charge applies)



Trade Stands:

Please note that this Festival is all about celebrating the fantastic range of quality food found in and around Rutland, we are therefore looking for quality local meat producers, farm shops, breweries, bakeries, cheese makers, cake makers and much more besides.

Download the 2012 application form here.

*** We have sold out of covered pitches, however we are still accepting applications from outdoor pitch enquiries.

Contact tourism@rutland.gov.uk for more details

Waltham On The Wolds Family Fun At Waltham Charter Fair


Sat, 15 Sep 2012 10:00am

Waltham On The Wolds Family Fun At Waltham Charter Fair

Saturday - Bungee jump, Gunge tank, live music, beer tent, vintage tractors, classic cars, car boot, bouncy castle and stalls

Sunday - Fun dog show and agilty, harvest festival, £100 raffle prize and all of the above.

http://walthamcharterfair.vpweb.co.uk/

Venue: a607 to wards grantham le14 4aj waltham on the wolds

Contact: karen oliver  walthamcharterfair@hotmail.co.uk


South Croxton Big Brunch Walk


Sat, 15 Sep 2012 9:45am

South Croxton Big Brunch Walk

Bring your family and friends on a guided walk (50p per walker and bus fare for bus hop walk), finishing with a ‘home cooked Brunch (for purchase) at the village hall.

BUS HOP WALK! (no dogs)

Be at the bus stop opposite the pub at 9.45am prompt. Bookings for Brunch will be taken before leaving on the bus for a walk of approximately 6 miles

LOCAL WALK (4 miles-ish) starting at 10.00am from the village hall. Food served from 12.30 pm (just in case you don’t want to walk).

Venue: From the Village

Disabled Access: N/A

Contact: Caroline Baxter / 01664 840272 / baxter_caroline@hotmail.com

Artist Kate Fensom, Exhibition, Enchantments, The Toft House Hotel, Toft, Lincolnshire


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Artist Kate Fensom

The Toft House Hotel

1st September 2012

7pm and from 11am - 6pm on Sunday.

The exhibition called Enchantments, includes paintings, prints, books, sculpture and poetry by Kate, Carlos Dare and Max Dane.


10 per cent of the money from each print she sells of her animal inspired painting,The Ark, to the charity.

Exotic Pet Refuge in Deeping St James

For more information about the exhibition call Kate on 07946812364 or visit www.katefensom.com



Leicester Forest East Annual Parish Gala Forest East Park, Somerfield Way, Leicester Forest East


Sat, 08 Sep 2012 12:30pm

Leicester Forest East Annual Parish Gala

Annual Parish Gala - a family fun day taking place on the Forest East Park, Off Somerfield Way, Leicester Forest East, between 12.30pm and 5.00pm on Saturday 8th September 2012.
Craft marquee, side stalls, amusements, donkey rides, falconer, children's races, car boot sale, refreshments and much, much more.

If you require further information please contact the parish office on 0116 2392198 or email susanljones23@btconnect.com.

Venue: Forest East Park, Somerfield Way, Leicester Forest East

Disabled Access: Disabled parking available.

Contact: Mrs. Sue Jones / 0116 2392198 / susanljones23@btconnect.com

Lubenham's 12th Scarecrow Weekend


Sat, 08 Sep 2012 

Lubenham Scarecrow Weekend

Lubenham's 12th Scarecrow Weekend

11.00am - 6.00pm

Great weekend, great atmosphere, fun for all the family – don’t miss it!
Dozens of scarecrows on display around the village - come and vote for your favourite. Tractor -drawn trailer rides round the village. Fairground rides, trampolining-bungy jumping, bouncy castle, traditional games. Stalls galore. Raffle, tombola. Village home and garden produce show. Village heritage trail. A full programme of live music and entertainment. Pony rides, husky dog displays, pets' corner, owl display. Tractor and classic car displays. Harley Davidson motor bike parade. And lots more. All types of refreshments available throughout the weekend.

FREE admission, FREE programme, FREE parking

Profits from the event are used to support local groups and organisations.

Venue: Lubenham Village

Disabled Access: Yes. Disabled toilet in the village hall. Disabled parking in the Village Hall car park.

Contact: Patricia Woods / 07969783821 / pwoods@tinyworld.co.uk

Lutterworth Farmers Market, Town Hall Car Park High Street Lutterworth LE17 4AT


Sat, 08 Sep 2012 9:00am

Lutterworth Farmers Market

Farmers market with a range of local food held on the 2nd Saturday of each month
Venue: Town Hall Car Park High Street Lutterworth LE17 4AT

Disabled Access: Yes

Contact: Sallie Hooper / 01509 881386 / sallie.hooper@leicestershirefoodlinks.org.uk

Coleorton Bat Walk & BBQ, New Lount Nature Reserve


Fri, 07 Sep 2012 7:00pm

Coleorton Bat Walk & BBQ

We will be having BBQ followed by a walk through the Nature Reserve to hear and see bats. It will be necessary to book a place for cartering purposes and numbers are limited. A charge will be made. If you wish to join us please contact coleorton11@gmail.com for further information

Venue: New Lount Nature Reserve

Contact: Jane Elson / 07717182905 / coleorton11@gmail.com

Ashby Magna Street Fair, Peveril Road


Fri, 07 Sep 2012 6:00pm

Ashby Magna Street Fair

This is an annual event which is from 6-9pm. Outside in the street where it is lined with childrens games, over 30 stalls, Little Red Bus Co, BBQ, Bar/refreshments and much much more. Come and enjoy the fun.

Venue: Peveril Road

Disabled Access: Yes very much - it is on the street in the open so no steps

Contact: Rebecca Scott / 01455 209713 / rebecca@rebecca83.wanadoo.co.uk

Broughton Astley Healthy Harborough Walks, Thomas Estley Community College


Thu, 06 Sep 2012 1:30pm

Broughton Astley Healthy Harborough Walks

Healthy Harborough Walks have been accredited by Natural England and are suitable for all levels include beginners. Walks last between 30Min and 1 Hour and you have the option to stay and socialize with your fellow walkers in the cafe/tea room following the walk. Healthy walks are led by fully trained walk leaders and are held in many different routes around the harborough district. Good shoes required (especially in winter!) – Mostly flat with occasional gentle slopes.

Venue: Thomas Estley Community College

Disabled Access: Yes along with children and dogs on leads.

Contact: Zoe Calder / 01858 828282

Lutterworth Buggy Walks, Lutterworth Sports Centre


Thu, 06 Sep 2012 10:30am

Lutterworth Buggy Walks

The Buggy Group meets every Thursday for a walk around Lutterworth led by our trained, volunteer walk leaders. We stop for refreshments following the walk at the sports centre café. Dads and grandparents are very welcome too! Good shoes required. Mostly flat with occasional gentle slopes.

Venue: Lutterworth Sports Centre

Disabled Access: Yes

Contact: Zoe Calder / 01858 828282

Leicester Farmers Market, Gallowtree Gate, Leicester


Thu, 06 Sep 2012 10:00am

Leicester Farmers Market

Farmers market with a range of local food held on the 1st Thursday of each month

Venue: Gallowtree Gate Leicester

Disabled Access: Yes

Contact: Sallie Hooper / 01509 881386 / sallie.hooper@leicestershirefoodlinks.org.uk

Market Harborough Walks, Welland Park Cafe Wed, 05 Sep 2012 10:00am


Wed, 05 Sep 2012 10:00am

Market Harborough Walks

Healthy Harborough Walks have been accredited by Natural England and are suitable for all levels include beginners. Walks last between 30Min and 1 Hour and you have the option to stay and socialise with your fellow walkers in the cafe/tea room following the walk. Health walks are led by fully trained walk leaders and are geld in many different routes around the harborough district. Stoes shoes required – mostly flat with occasional gentle slopes.

Venue: Welland Park Cafe

Disabled Access: Yes along with children and dogs on leads

Contact: Zoe Calder / 01858 828282

Lutterworth Healthy Harborough Walks Lutterworth Sports Centre Mon, 03 Sep 2012 1:30pm


Mon, 03 Sep 2012 1:30pm

Lutterworth Healthy Harborough Walks

Healthy Harborough Walks have been accredited by Natural England and are suitable for all levels include beginners. Walks last between 30Min and 1 Hour and you have the option to stay and socialise with your fellow walkers in the cafe/tea room following the walk. Healthy walks are led by fully trained walk leaders and are held in many different routes around the harborough district. Good shoes required – mostly flat with occasional gentle slopes.

Venue: Lutterworth Sports Centre

Contact: Zoe Calder / 01858 828282

Market Harborough Walks, Welland Park Cafe Mon, 03 Sep 2012 12:00pm


Mon, 03 Sep 2012 12:00pm

Market Harborough Walks

Healthy Harborough Walks have been accredited by Natural England and are suitable for all levels include beginners. Walks last between 30Min and 1 Hour and you have the option to stay and socialise with your fellow walkers in the cafe/tea room following the walk. Health walks are led by fully trained walk leaders and are geld in many different routes around the harborough district. Stoes shoes required – mostly flat with occasional gentle slopes.

Venue: Welland Park Cafe

Disabled Access: Yes along with children and dogs on leads.

Contact: Zoe Calder / 01858 828282

Cottesmore Annual Garden And Produce Show


Sun, 02 Sep 2012 1:00pm

Cottesmore Annual Garden And Produce Show

Display, stalls, refreshments

Venue: Village Hall

Disabled Access: Leval access and disable toilet

Contact: Linda King / 01572 812735

Whitwick Party In The Park Whitwick Park, North Street, Whitwick


01 Sep 2012 11:00am

Whitwick Party In The Park

This is the third Party in the Park organised byWhitwick Community Coffee Shop. Last year over 3000 people attended.

There are stalls from Local voluntary and community stalls, attractions and events for all the family including Youth band concert, dog show and rides children. The Coffee Shop also provides refreshements throughout the day- something for all the family.

Venue: Whitwick Park, North Street, Whitwick

Disabled Access: the venue is on the level.

Contact: Rosemary Leeson / 01530 519696 / training@whitwickcommunitycentre.co.uk

Burbage Farmers Market Burbage Methodist Church Windsor Street, Burbage LE10 2EF


Sat, 01 Sep 2012 9:00am

Burbage Farmers Market

Farmers market with a range of local food held on the 1st Saturday of each month
Venue: Burbage Methodist Church Windsor Street, Burbage LE10 2EF

Disabled Access: Yes

Contact: Sallie Hooper / 01509 881386 / sallie.hooper@leicestershirefoodlinks.org.uk

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Trial Sunday Shopping, Oakham Town Partnership Car Boot Sale


Sunday shop opening here in Oakham some of the large chains like Fat Face are open

The Partnership has arranged for Independent retailers to open on Sunday 9th September 2012.

The Aim is to promote Oakham to visitors.

As well as shops opening, a host of other events are set to take place on the day.

A car boot sale will be held in Burley Road car park at 9am

Summer fun in Cutts Close at midday. 

The event will feature Zorbing, 

Zumba, 

Rutland Water rescue boat, 

football penalty shoot-out, 

volleyball,

bike workshop and stalls.

Oakham Town Council as part of its summer concerts
The last performance this season is from local band Latest Gossip.

children will be able to build sandcastles on a sandy beach. 

There will also be a barbecue supplied by Rutland Lions and ice creams.

any jobs in Oakham (within 10 miles) 30th July 2012


any jobs in Oakham (within 10 miles) 30th July 2012


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