Saturday, August 31, 2013

Veg Cart, Fresh Fruit, Vegetables, A Greengrocer returns to Oakham High Street



Veg Cart, Fresh Fruit, Vegetables, A Greengrocer returns to Oakham High Street 

Rutland council wants sports clubs and community groups to use the gym, which would not be open to the general public.

The council wants sports clubs and community groups to use the gym, which would not be open to the general public.

Public money was used to purchase the former Ashwell Prison site. It reminds me of last year when 
Oakham Town Council spent a quarter of its income from public money setting up a private gym.

Tory Deputy leader told Councillors the Ministry of Justice had left a fully equipped gym and sports facility and people were waiting to use it.

Now according to press report a further £500,000 of public money from  Sport England is required to bring it up to a standard so that private clubs and community groups can use it.

There are no plans to introduce a pay and play facility for the public. 

Inspector Kam Mistry, E-mail to Nigel Chapman Head of Leicestershire CPS, Note the use of ! (Rutland County Council)



Former Rutland LPU Inspector Mistry writes to Nigel Chapman and his unprotected e-mail turns
up in an evidence bundle produced by Rutland County Council to be used against me at trial.

This to me highlights the enjoyable special relationship Rutland County Council and the local Tory mob have
with Leicestershire Police.

I asked Rutland County Council if their employee had paid for the copying of so many documents or had
the tax payer picked up the bill.

They replied the tax payer had paid.

I wonder why the impartial Leicestershire Police Inspector uses the exclamation mark against my name?
Why are his feelings against me so strong?

It is also interesting to see another blogger's name being sent to the CPS.



The following statement given by Inspector Mistry highlights his personal opinion. Although the
statement has been withdrawn by the prosecution, I feel it is not appropriate for me to publish it
in full at this time.

The statement echoes that of former Tory Gene Plews who rather crazily gave a statement last year
stating I had personally destroyed Oakham.

I fully agree, I have upset the local Tory mob but I am 100 percent sure it goes no further than them.
I am also sure they are feeling the same anger and distaste towards the many people writing to the local
paper saying things about them all of which I support. When will they be arrested?

And as for his the last paragraph, if the police stopped sticking their heads up the bottoms of the local
Tory Mob then maybe they might save a bit of cash for the rest of the community.

The Inspector also needs to learn to spell, that includes mine and others names.



Rutland Concert Band, Oakham Bandstand, Cutts Close, Oakham Town Council


Band Concerts

Oakham Town Council will, once again, be hosting a series of Concerts during the Summer of 2013.
These take place in the Bandstand in Cutts Close and will normally start at 2.00pm

These will be held from June through to September

September 8th RUTLAND CONCERT BAND

Wrinkle Rock, Oakham Bandstand, Cutts Close, Oakham Town Council, Cllr Lucas Bring a Bottle and Party



Wrinkle Rock, Oakham Bandstand, Cutts Close, Oakham Town Council,
Cllr Lucas Bring a Bottle and Party

An invitation that should not be ignored, at a past performance of Wrinkle
Rock I photographed Cllr Lucas then mayor and other Councillors,
not under the influence of wine and the result was highly amusing. So I am
looking forward to capturing the outcome of this "party"

The local tax payer who will pay the local group £400, for the benefit of
Town Councillors past and present will I sure stay away, as is the norm
most weeks.

I and others believe if you took away the Council type and the groupies,
who come to support many a good performance, you maybe left with an
audience of four or five. Which is a great pity.



Cllr Lucas like so many other Town Councillors votes each year
to renew the above power to stop people drinking in public throughout Oakham
that includes their own parks.

Is Cllr Lucas becoming a little forgetful, has she taken up her doctors offer
of medication? Surely as each day passes she become less fit to be
a Councillor.

When I first heard her telling a former Mayor she would be bringing a few bottles
along to party, I thought she was joking, because she has a peculiar sense of
humour.

The former Mayor she was speaking rather loudly to, used to decant his beer into plastic cups,
he now swigs from the bottle openly in public, last week he proudly paraded into the park with a box of booze and a bottle of sparkling wine. I expect a mobile bar on the 22nd September at 2pm for Wrinkle Rocks performance.

I must point out I am not against the consumption of booze. I would be very happy to take my own bottle along, I won't because I know how selective Leicestershire Police are when it comes to them asking people to tip away their drinks and don't feel I can risk the financial loss.

I also assume Cllr Lucas wont being voting to renew the booze ban when it comes up for
renewal?

Rutland speak up, don't allow this disgraceful situation at Rutland County Council to continue, Alan Duncan MP, Who cares about the Postcode! J Park Barrowden



Rutland speak up, don't allow this disgraceful situation at Rutland County Council to continue,
Alan Duncan MP, Who cares about the Postcode! J Park Barrowden

Week after week residents of Rutland are calling for the resignation of council staff
and the Leadership of the Rutland Tories.

It appears to be falling on deaf ears or being ignored?

I imagine the harassment hotline is ringing hot between Rutland County Council and Leicestershire
Police.

If the the Tory mob that runs our County can't stand the heat then get out!

Rutland County Councillor Mark Oxley, Defected from Liberalism to Green, Rob Grafton, Uppingham, Questions his Green credentials



Rutland County Councillor Mark Oxley, Defected from Liberalism to Green, Rob Grafton,
Uppingham, Questions his Green credentials.

I also question this as I have many times observed his voting during his Liberal Democrat Years
often supporting the rotten Tories and their desired developments destroying our county.

I wonder if Mr Oxley has joined the Green Party to increase customer volume for his very green
civil funeral interests?

www.civilfuneralcelebrant.co.uk

Flying by jet to China clearly shows how lucrative the green funeral business is.

I assume each time the Green councillor places a body under a tree, this helps to balance out
his carbon foot print.

I personally think he would have been better off joining his friends The Rutland Tories, their  membership is made up of high percentage of old persons could be good for business?


Oakham Quality Market, Victoria Hall, Oakham High Street and Stamford Quality Market, Stamford Arts Centre

Oakham Quality Market

11am to 4pm on Sunday 1st September 2013



Victoria Hall in High Street.



It will be officially opened by Oakham Mayor Adam Lowe.

The first Stamford Quality Market will take place at Stamford Arts Centre on Sunday, October 27 followed by events on November 17 and December 15.

other Oakham markets will take place on October 13 and December 1.



Open Day at Chater Valley Farm, Chater Valley Farm, Pilton Oakham

Open Day at Chater Valley Farm

Sunday September 1st

bring the family for a fun day and afternoon of activities including
Chainsaw artist Mathew Crabb, Tipee making in the woods,
farm walk meeting all the animals and more.

Tickets £15 including a hog roast - children under 12 free.

Raising money for local church. Please call 01780 720660 for tickets.
First come for served.

Chater Valley Farm,
Pilton
Oakham
RUTLAND

Three Counties Fun Dog Show, Waterside Garden Centre King Street, Baston Bourne PE6 9NY

Three Counties Fun Dog Show

Sunday September 1st

Fun Dog Show with stalls, displays and much more

Waterside Garden Centre
King Street, Baston
Bourne
PE6 9NY

10:30 am to 3:00 pm

Cottesmore Hunt Interhunt Relay and Hound Racing

Cottesmore Hunt Interhunt Relay and Hound Racing

Sunday September 1st

Bar, BBQ, Tote

Hunt Kennels,
Cottesmore Rd, Ashwell,
Nr Oakham
LE15 7LJ

2:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Manton Hall Residential Home Summer Fete

Manton Hall Residential Home Summer Fete

Come and enjoy cake, jewellery, books, card and craft, Bric-a-brac,
Tombola stalls. Also pick the bottle, raffle, guess the birthday and teas.
Lots to do for all the family, kids will love the craft stalls and activities.
Proceeds will be used for a residents trip to Sandringham.

Manton Hall Residential Home
Lyndon Road
Nr Oakham
LE15 8SR

2:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Barrowden and Wakerley, Community Fun Day and Dog Show

Barrowden & Wakerley

Community Fun Day and Dog Show, based at the Shop on Wakerley Road,
and the Surgery Field (Dog Show)

Fun day with Barbecue, Cream Teas, Ice Creams, Childrens Games,
Pony Petting, Face Painting, Helium Balloons etc Starts at 12 Noon on Saturday
31st August with the Dog Show starting at 2pm. All very welcome!

Barrowden Community Shop
Wakerley Road
Barrowden
LE15 8EP

nice sunset from train photograph



nice sunset from train photograph

Leicestershire Police Find Pedestrian Zone Handy Parking For A Spot Of Shopping At Tesco Local



Leicestershire Police Pedestrian Zone Rather Handy Parking
For A Spot Of Shopping At Tesco Local

It is believed the good looking officer purchased some hair gel
and other items to make himself look presentable to his female
colleague and members of the public...

Leicester, Today, Photographs






One Leicester London Road




























Central Church



Leicester Gay & Lesbian

















Leicester City Council






Police Cars a great for parking when ever you do a spot of shopping at the Tesco Local



Leicester Peoples photographic Gallery



Big Issue Seller, Thorntons



Evington Road



Hare Krishna Centre






Leicester City Council Enforcement Officers



Leicester Magistrates Court



Leicester Market













Friday, August 30, 2013

Graffiti Leicester Photographs



Graffiti Leicester Photographs















Masjid Umar (Evington Muslim Centre) Leicester, Photographs



Official Name of Masjid: Masjid Umar (Evington Muslim Centre)

Location: Masjid located on the junction of Evington Drive and Evington Lane

Bakground Information: Previously two residential properties, which were used as a Masjid and Madressah.

In 1999 the properties were demolished and a purpose built mosque erected.

The construction funds were donated entirely by the Muslim community with
over 95% raised from local Muslims in Leicester




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