Car park now open for Voluntary Action Rutland

Coun Terry King cutting the ribbon with Andy Nourish, Voluntary Action Rutland's chairman Peter Gover and trustee Mary Lloyd
Coun Terry King cutting the ribbon with Andy Nourish, Voluntary Action Rutland's chairman Peter Gover and trustee Mary Lloyd
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A community support service has opened its newly laid car park in Oakham.

Voluntary Action Rutland opened the facility at its premises in Lands’ End Way.

The car park has spaces for 35 cars and three minibuses.

Deputy leader of Rutland County Council Coun Terry King was on hand to cut the ribbon to open the facility with Andy Nourish and Voluntary Action Rutland’s chairman Peter Gover and group trustee Mary Lloyd.

Voluntary Action Rutland provides support for community groups and community activists across Rutland.

It also provides opportunities and advice for volunteers, a volunteer transport scheme and disability vehicle and minibus hire.

The service has been in operations for more than 32 years.

For more information about Voluntary Action Rutland, visit www.varutland.org.uk