Litter Louts


From Linda Clark, Wing
We don’t have to put up with this!

Some of us are taking a bin bag on our walks and picking this crap up but we shouldn’t have to. If you see the perpetrators get their numbers and report them!

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January 13th. Wing Hollow to Preston junction, right hand side only.
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20th March. Three Stella Artois cans from Wing Hall entrance to Top Street.
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9th March 14 Stella Artois cans from beyond Mill Close to junction back towards Wing Preston at top of hill.
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28th February. Buttonhole
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23rd Feb.Wing Hollow to Top Street/Reeves Lane.
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11th February Wing hollow to Top Street. 2h Stella Artois 2 Guiness
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Friday 25th Jan. Wing Hollow to Reeves Lane
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The London Marathon – Sunday 28th April 2019


An Invitation from Gloria Whight

On May 10th 2003 I did The Moonwalk in London, and the Village generously sponsored me during my training by doing a village moonwalk around the Buttonhole.

This year I am asking you to sponsor Siobhan Reilly, a young Wing resident, who is currently training to take part in The London Marathon for her chosen Charity – The Woodland Trust.

I am, therefore, inviting and challenging you to take part in an aMAZEing Mini-Marathon on Saturday 13th April, starting at 10.30a.m. around the Buttonhole from the Maze and finishing there for a mini-brunch. Siobhan will be joining you – the walkers, runners, cyclists, dog walkers, etc. – as part of her training.

The Woodland Trust is the U.K.’s largest Conservation Charity, which protects, creates and restores the U.K.’s woodland for the benefit of people and wildlife

DOVE HOSPICE DATES FOR YOUR DIARY


We are very grateful for your support. Like many charities, we are totally reliant on your generosity to maintain our level of service to Rutland Residents. Any ideas or, offers of support, or of sponsorship that will help to fund our activities are MOST GRATEFULLY received.

Fancy becoming a volunteer ? Give us a call to find out more.

6 MAY come and support us at BRAUNSTON FAYRE

15 MAY. Play BRIDGE? Why not bring a table of friends to our afternoon tea and Bridge in Manton

6 JULY. Our popular STRAWBERRY TEA returns at the hospice in Ridlington.

3 OCTOBER GOLF DAY at Rutland Golf club. Sponsorship and raffle prizes would be so welcome.

7-13 OCTOBER HOSPICE CARE WEEK. We will be offering Tea at 3 once more.

12 OCTOBER. Last year we launched a LANTERN WALK round Oakham. Participants loved it! it is a family event, a maximum of 3 miles. PLEASE Save the date. Can you get some sponsorship? Would your child’s s school get involved? We would Love more walkers and sponsors to make this fun event a real success. Please help. Please keep these dates, if you can, we need YOUR support to support OUR guests and their families.

For more information, please call 01572 722630 rutland@dovecottage.org

Call My Bluff


Friday, 12th April, 7.15pm. Wine tasting “Call my Bluff” evening with cheese supper and raffle in the Village Hall. All proceeds to the Village Hall fund. Fun evening complete with great surprise Bluffers and wines chosen by Charles Gallimore.  Seating will be tables of 6 – make up a table or join a table on the night.

Paying bar with the cheese supper.

Tickets £12 to include supper and wines per table during the tasting from

Lynne – lyn225@hotmail.co.uk or

Helen – cullens135@gmail.com.

Raffle tickets can be purchased on the evening.

If you are able to donate a raffle prize please deliver to Lynne or Helen before the event.

Cynthia Harris


Cynthia with cakeA long-standing resident of Wing, Cynthia Harris, passed away peacefully in Crown House, Oakham, on the 6th Feb.

An enthusiastic and loyal member of Wing WI and a great supporter of Wing Church, her friends will miss her dry humour and amazing knowledge of football!

Cynthia’s funeral service was held on Thursday 21 February at 11 am in Wing Parish church. Refreshments were available afterwards, kindly arranged by Wing WI, in the village hall.

Rev. Pippa Madgewick was officiating. Donations, in lieu of flowers please, will be shared between Wing Parish Church and The Salvation Army.

Over 70 of her friends attended and the floral tributes from her close friends were perfect for the lovely early spring day when we said goodbye to our dear friend.

 

 

Wing Village Mysteries: Part 1


David Seviour is producing a series of documents of Wing Village Mysteries that have been surfaced by his research for the Neighbourhood Plan.

This one is done in such a way as to demonstrate how residents can help, sometimes inadvertently, to solve historic mysteries that other local historical writers had failed to solve or document.

The first one is here but you can always find them under The Village menu item.

From the Heart of Rutland

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