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Businesses in Rutland, Stamford, Bourne and The Deepings area to shut due to heatwave

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Across the area a number of eateries and tourist attractions have closed due to the extremely hot weather.

The Met Office has issued a red weather warning for extreme heat in England today and tomorrow (July 18 and 19), with the mercury set to rise as high as 40C.

Here is a list of business which have closed their doors for today and tomorrow:

Stamford High Street
Stamford High Street
  • Rutland Sanctuary Zoo at Rutland Water
  • Tiny Steps Petting Farm in Thurlby
  • Rutland Farm Park in Oakham
  • The Ivy Lodge, a hair and beauty salon in Great Casterton
  • Stamford Cheese and Deli in Stamford High Street
  • Central Tea Rooms in Stamford, including their ice cream window
  • Lyndon Visitor Centre at Rutland Water including Waderscrape Hide. The car park, nature reserve and Shallow Hide, five minutes further down, remains open and offers good views of the ospreys
  • The Bull in Rippingale
  • The Stamford Fabric Company

Here is a list of business which are offering limited services today and tomorrow:

  • The kitchen at the Black Horse in Baston is shut but the pub will remain open for drinks
  • Lamberts in Stamford will be closing at 2.30pm
  • Fika in Oakham and Stamford will close to customers at 12pm
  • Central Cafe and Tea Rooms in Stamford

Schools are also taking new measures to help children to cope with the extreme heatwave.

Is your business closing due to the heatwave? Let us know by emailing: maddy.baillie@iliffepublishing.co.uk.

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