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Centre open after £2.1m upgrade

Centre open after £2.1m upgrade

Centre open after £2.1m upgrade

04 June 2021

The expansion of a sports centre is finished, bringing a new fitness studio and six additional classrooms.


Plans for redevelopment of sports facilities get green light

Plans for redevelopment of sports facilities get green light

Plans for redevelopment of sports facilities get green light

03 June 2021

A school's plans to redevelop its sports facilities have been given the green light by councillors.


Exercise Swift Pirate causes quite a buzz

Exercise Swift Pirate causes quite a buzz

Exercise Swift Pirate causes quite a buzz

03 June 2021

A training exercise at RAF Wittering has given personnel the chance to put their skills into practice ahead of deployment.


Venue found for new cinema

Venue found for new cinema

Venue found for new cinema

03 June 2021

Plans to create a cinema are rolling forward after a two-year search for a location.


Audiences enjoy Arts Around Town events in Bourne

Audiences enjoy Arts Around Town events in Bourne

Audiences enjoy Arts Around Town events in Bourne

03 June 2021

Events took place in Bourne on Sunday as part of a scheme by SKDC to employ artists and engage audiences.


Who will you nominate for a community award?

Who will you nominate for a community award?

Who will you nominate for a community award?

03 June 2021

A council has launched its own awards to celebrate the work of community champions.


"Short term pain brings long term gain"

"Short term pain brings long term gain"

"Short term pain brings long term gain"

03 June 2021

A bridge replacement project reaches a critical stage this weekend.


Open gardens will delight visitors

Open gardens will delight visitors

Open gardens will delight visitors

03 June 2021

Beautiful gardens in Rutland will be opening throughout June and promise to delight all green-fingered visitors.


Should there still be a booking system for tips?

Should there still be a booking system for tips?

Should there still be a booking system for tips?

02 June 2021

Links are being drawn between an increase in fly-tipping and the need to book ahead of visiting a tip.


'Bring us your bin bags' - litter pickers put out call for people's help

'Bring us your bin bags' - litter pickers put out call for people's help

'Bring us your bin bags' - litter pickers put out call for people's help

02 June 2021

A community group has put out an appeal for bin bags after its volunteers stepped up their work this week.


A tricky year, but one spent serving the community

A tricky year, but one spent serving the community

A tricky year, but one spent serving the community

02 June 2021

Staff and volunteers at a community shop which opened as the pandemic took hold have celebrated their first year of trading.


Queen’s Platinum Jubilee to be celebrated with national events

Queen’s Platinum Jubilee to be celebrated with national events

Queen’s Platinum Jubilee to be celebrated with national events

02 June 2021

The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee will be celebrated with national events from a live concert to a service of thanksgiving.


Pet charity team is ready to chat

Pet charity team is ready to chat

Pet charity team is ready to chat

02 June 2021

A Stamford charity that helps elderly and terminally ill people care for their pets will be holding its first event since the pandemic on Saturday.


Voluntary groups get recognition from the Queen

Voluntary groups get recognition from the Queen

Voluntary groups get recognition from the Queen

02 June 2021

Two Rutland organisations have received the highest award a voluntary group can receive, it was announced today (Wednesday, June 2).


Game fair makes welcome return

Game fair makes welcome return

Game fair makes welcome return

02 June 2021

A country fair made a welcome return over the bank holiday weekend.


Sewer blocked by 'unflushables' put down toilets

Sewer blocked by 'unflushables' put down toilets

Sewer blocked by 'unflushables' put down toilets

01 June 2021

Passing traffic was splashing properties with foul water after a sewer became blocked at the weekend.


Body found by police

Body found by police

Body found by police

01 June 2021

Police officers have discovered a body believed to be that of a man who was reported missing.


Summer fete is ready to bring fun

Summer fete is ready to bring fun

Summer fete is ready to bring fun

01 June 2021

People are encouraged to save the date for Ryhall Village Fete this summer.


Pub landlord is 'village hero'

Pub landlord is 'village hero'

Pub landlord is 'village hero'

01 June 2021

A pub landlord who made sure no one went thirsty during lockdown has been presented with an award.


Artist has work at Stonehenge

Artist has work at Stonehenge

Artist has work at Stonehenge

01 June 2021

A Rutland artist has earned a ‘commission of a lifetime’ as her artwork has been installed at a World Heritage site.


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