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Oakham town centre to get community health facility

A non-residential community centre for people with mental health issues has received planning approval at 2A High Street, Oakham.

Judith Gilboy of Whissendinegained consent from Rutland Council to change a photography studio to the centre.

‘Peppers- A Safe Space’ began meeting in Oakham congegrational church but needed to expand due to demand.

Rutland County Council (13730349)
Rutland County Council (13730349)


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