RUTLAND OPEN STUDIOS 2018


ARTISTS

MARY RODGERS and ANGELA HARDING.

WILL BE OPENING THEIR STUDIOS IN JUNE


MARY RODGERS ON JUNE  9TH -10TH , 16TH -17TH, 23RD – 24TH ,

www.maryrodgers.co.uk


ANGELA HARDING ON JUNE , 2ND.- 3RD, 9TH – 10TH, 16TH – 17TH , 23RD – 24TH.

www.angelaharding.co.uk


OPENING TIMES : 10AM – 4PM.

PLENTY OF WORK TO SEE AND A WARM WELCOME.

BOTH STUDIOS WILL BE OPEN DURING WING OPEN GARDENS ON JUNE 17TH.

BROCHURES AVAILABLE FROM THE LIBRARY, SHOPS AND PUBS.

Wing Generosity


For many years Wing has been supporting a charity in Africa, the activities of which include running an orphanage and providing much needed medical assistance. Most recently we sent a cheque for £565 representing special church collections for charity, donations from carol singing around the village and other village events.

Local charities are supported with payments to Rutland Air Ambulance, Ridlington Hospice, British Legion and a local Emergency Medical Care charity. The generosity of folk in Wing never ceases to amaze me.

At a time when certain charities have attracted negative press, I thought villagers might like to know more about where their generous donations have gone and how they have helped improve lives. This particular charity is remarkable in that it has no overheads of any sort in the UK from where it is run.

Carolyn Comben

Medic Malawi Easter 2018

Dove Cottage Hospice Funds


A huge thank you to everyone who supported this event, by donating to a  catalogue of amazing promises and also to those who turned up and bid with such enthusiasm.

Jeff Dale,  from Oakham  Auction Centre, was such a Star.   

The volunteers did an amazing job to make it a fun evening.

Thanks to you all, after expenses,  the evening generated  £3,713:21 for Dove Cottage Hospice Funds.

If you enjoyed our hospitality, We hope you will join us for our popular Strawberry and Pimms Afternoon tea at the Hospice in Ridlington on Saturday 7 July

Mad Hatters Tea Party


Sunday 25th March 2017 was the Mad Hatters Tea Party. Here are a few photos taken at the event. If you have any please send them along to either Paul or John so we can get them up for all to see.

Mad Hatters 1a

Mary with her Ostrich Egg, fresh from S.Africa showing them how it’s done at the start of the event.

Mad Hatters 2a

A few tentative early birds trying the Maze

Mad Hatters 4a

Getting into their stride now.

Mad Hatters 6a

Helen showing how well Richards Blue Tack works.

Mad Hatters 8a

The umpires trying to make a decision as to whether Chris should start from the beginning or not.

Mad Hatters 12a

Unilaterally, Chris started from half way. Claiming she only wanted a small egg.

Mad Hatters 15a

Demonstrating that it is a serious business this egg and spoon racing.

Mad Hatters 23a

The Tea Party For Real.

Mad Hatters 24a

And what a spread there was!

 

 

Monday, Snow and Wing Quilters


Monday 19 March 09:00

There is no snow to worry about in or on the approach roads to Wing. A brief run round my normal routes showed the only possible hazard to be odd patches of frozen water. and of course the fact that it is cold with a nasty chill factor in this wind.

Hall car park and drive are clear, three small patches of ice have been gritted, heating is on and all very welcoming down there for our VIP visitors today.

Paul.

From the Heart of Rutland

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