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Hint of post-lockdown colour as Rutland's open gardens programme promises much-needed pick-me-up

05 February 2021
Hint of post-lockdown colour as Rutland's open gardens programme promises much-needed pick-me-up

Hint of post-lockdown colour as Rutland's open gardens programme promises much-needed pick-me-up

05 February 2021

A transformed Uppingham garden has been added to Rutland's National Garden Scheme programme for 2021


Tributes paid to leading figure of Rutland life and distinguished RAF officer

04 February 2021
Tributes paid to leading figure of Rutland life and distinguished RAF officer

Tributes paid to leading figure of Rutland life and distinguished RAF officer

04 February 2021

Nigel Sudborough served as a magistrate, as president of the RBL in Oakham, and as a deputy lord-lieutenant of Rutland


Plans to move Greetham Quarry to within 150 metres of homes prompt fears

04 February 2021
Plans to move Greetham Quarry to within 150 metres of homes prompt fears

Plans to move Greetham Quarry to within 150 metres of homes prompt fears

04 February 2021

Rutland County Council expected to vote on plans early next month


Campaign for A1 flyover gains traction after Highways England meeting

04 February 2021
Campaign for A1 flyover gains traction after Highways England meeting

Campaign for A1 flyover gains traction after Highways England meeting

04 February 2021

Talks to improve the dangerous junction at Wittering are set to continue


Former BBC and ITV news correspondent relaunches Stamford PR agency

03 February 2021
Former BBC and ITV news correspondent relaunches Stamford PR agency

Former BBC and ITV news correspondent relaunches Stamford PR agency

03 February 2021

LionbridgePR is looking for businesses closer to home to add to its international client base


Stamford and Rutland blood donors urged to keep on giving during lockdown as extra appointments opened up

02 February 2021
Stamford and Rutland blood donors urged to keep on giving during lockdown as extra appointments opened up

Stamford and Rutland blood donors urged to keep on giving during lockdown as extra appointments opened up

02 February 2021

An Uffington blood donor has reassured fellow donors about giving blood during lockdown


Logistics firm offers school leavers an alternative to university

30 January 2021
Logistics firm offers school leavers an alternative to university

Logistics firm offers school leavers an alternative to university

30 January 2021

Rutland firm is promoting the value of apprenticeships through a series of showcases


Universal Credit figures in Rutland and South Kesteven show latest rise as Covid-19 continues to impact economy

28 January 2021
Universal Credit figures in Rutland and South Kesteven show latest rise as Covid-19 continues to impact economy

Universal Credit figures in Rutland and South Kesteven show latest rise as Covid-19 continues to impact economy

28 January 2021

The number of young jobseekers needing Universal Credit rose sharply in our region has climbed sharply over the last 12 months


Tributes made to Barrowden community driving force Sheila Saunders

28 January 2021
Tributes made to Barrowden community driving force Sheila Saunders

Tributes made to Barrowden community driving force Sheila Saunders

28 January 2021

Rutland villagers will say farewell to community driving force Sheila Saunders after she died suddenly in the place she served with dedication


Folkingham upholsterer appears on BBC TV smash The Repair Shop

27 January 2021
Folkingham upholsterer appears on BBC TV smash The Repair Shop

Folkingham upholsterer appears on BBC TV smash The Repair Shop

27 January 2021

Hannah Weston Smith, who set up business in Lincolnshire in 2012, showcases her craft expertise and love for her work on prime time TV.


Formula 1 and photography await as 43-year stint at Wakerley Manor draws to a close

27 January 2021
Formula 1 and photography await as 43-year stint at Wakerley Manor draws to a close

Formula 1 and photography await as 43-year stint at Wakerley Manor draws to a close

27 January 2021

Stuart Baines arrived at Northants estate a gardening novice but transformed the lawns and borders over the next four decades


Rutland Water provides a cast of millions for Jack Perks and BBC film crew

27 January 2021
Rutland Water provides a cast of millions for Jack Perks and BBC film crew

Rutland Water provides a cast of millions for Jack Perks and BBC film crew

27 January 2021

Rutland Water's huge baitball shoals featured on Winterwatch last week and the reservoir is set to feature again on the BBC later this year


Stamford Stone to leave its mark on historic Oxford University college

26 January 2021
Stamford Stone to leave its mark on historic Oxford University college

Stamford Stone to leave its mark on historic Oxford University college

26 January 2021

Stamford area business wins major contract in multi-million pound redevelopment of Jesus College building


Oakham historical figure Jeffrey Hudson and his friendship with a queen inspires debut novel

25 January 2021
Oakham historical figure Jeffrey Hudson and his friendship with a queen inspires debut novel

Oakham historical figure Jeffrey Hudson and his friendship with a queen inspires debut novel

25 January 2021

The colourful life of 17th-century dwarf Jeffrey Hudson is the inspiration for historical novel's central character


Market Deeping beauty salon uses Banksy design to spread rainbow support for key workers

21 January 2021
Market Deeping beauty salon uses Banksy design to spread rainbow support for key workers

Market Deeping beauty salon uses Banksy design to spread rainbow support for key workers

21 January 2021

A Market Deeping business which has been forced to close for about nine months by the pandemic is promoting positivity and support for key workers


What are the chances? Schoolfriends appear on same edition of BBC show Crackerjack

21 January 2021
What are the chances? Schoolfriends appear on same edition of BBC show Crackerjack

What are the chances? Schoolfriends appear on same edition of BBC show Crackerjack

21 January 2021

Total co-incidence sees school mates George Palmer and Henry Godber picked to appear on the same episode of hit children's TV show


Rutland Facebook page launched to target rural crime

21 January 2021
Rutland Facebook page launched to target rural crime

Rutland Facebook page launched to target rural crime

21 January 2021

A social media page to prevent and raise awareness of rural crime huts 1,000 followers in less than two months


Join Rutland writer and share your love of home in Arts Council workshops

19 January 2021
Join Rutland writer and share your love of home in Arts Council workshops

Join Rutland writer and share your love of home in Arts Council workshops

19 January 2021

A Midlands writing project wants Rutland wordsmiths to help celebrate home in our lockdown lives


Young artists invited to enter county arts showcase with Open The Door theme

18 January 2021
Young artists invited to enter county arts showcase with Open The Door theme

Young artists invited to enter county arts showcase with Open The Door theme

18 January 2021

Arts for Rutland 'open the door' to entries for youth art exhibition


Oakham master craftsman defies terminal cancer by making bespoke violin

17 January 2021
Oakham master craftsman defies terminal cancer by making bespoke violin

Oakham master craftsman defies terminal cancer by making bespoke violin

17 January 2021

A former Oakham School master's musical legacy will live on through his musical instruments and grandson


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