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Care home staff are asking people to write to residents to keep up interactions while guests are still unable to visit.
Barbers and hairdressers went back to work on Saturday with an early start for those keen to get clipped after four months of lockdown.
A Rutland medic has hijacked the social media channels of an X-Men actor for a day.
A Rutland couple have tied the knot in what they believe was the first wedding ceremony in the county since before lockdown.
A sixth form student has put her artistic skills to use in lockdown to create a number of commissioned oil paintings.
With the PM signalling the end of a national hibernation for many industries, beauty salon owners are confused as to why they are left off the list.
Queues have been spotted forming at barbershops as they were allowed to reopen today on Super Saturday (July 4).
Hairdressers and barbers, including mobile businesses, have welcomed back customers for a long-awaited haircut.
As lockdown restrictions are further relaxed today, members of the hospitality industry are ready to welcome back their customers.
People can finally get that long awaited haircut and drinkers can enjoy a pint, but businesses such as soft play centres are still unable to reopen.
The police chief for Rutland has issued a message for residents as lockdown is lifted everywhere except Leicester.