David Seviour has produced a Directory of Listed Buildings as part of the Neighbourhood Plan. This can be seen here
DATE FOR YOUR DIARY
To be held in Tulloch’s barn on July 6th at 7pm.
Please watch out for more details which will be appearing in the next few weeks. Tables will be available for anything up to 10 people so start to get family and friends lined up for, what promises to be, for a fun local event.
Two public meetings in December gave Wing Residents the opportunity to hear the feedback from the questionnaire. Over 40 residents took the opportunity to hear what their fellow residents thought about living in Wing and what was important to them and their families.
Two additional residents have joined the group to support specific aspects of future work programmes.
We are now moving into the next phase of our work, developing policies and gathering supportive evidence under 3 key areas.
1. Rural Economy, Infrastructure and Transport. Led by Richard Tulloch.
2. Environment. Led by John DeJardin.
3. Housing. Led by David Seviour.
Minutes, policies, work programmes will be posted on the village website as usual.
If you have any interest in contributing to any of the above please speak to Chairman, Nicky Lyttleton, Secretary, Jonathan Beaver or myself, Joanne at firstname.lastname@example.org
A splendid evening of gentle, quirky, expertly crafted – think Ray Davies, Squeeze – stories and the humour by the self-professed originator of “Victorian Pop”.
With song styles varying from jaunty to slow lament, all carried forward by looting melodies and warm, quintessentially English vocals, the bowler-hatted Mister Keith and his mini-orchestra of multi-instrumentalists invoke memories of times gone by. An intimate little gem.
Britain has a happy knack of producing gently quirky lyrical and narrative song-writing and Mister Keith ( the alias of songwriter Keith Ayling ) represents a new addition to this tradition.
With his Parlour Concerts Mister Keith welcomes all on an intimate musical journey by flickering candlelight using expertly crafted songs, stories and humour references a forgotten era. With a nod to Victoriana and English life, Mister Keith and and his small orchestra of multi-instrumentalists bring the audience into a world of charming, bittersweet and darkly romantic song that invokes memories of times gone by, first love and lost love.
“Poppy and accessible in its acoustic finery … eminately listenable” R2 Magazine
“The best musician in a bowler hat – unless Mr Ben plays the guitar!” Big Comfy Folk Club
Tickets can be ordered from me now on 01572 737394 or
email@example.com – tickets @ 10 pounds each.
Santa will be on his sleigh outside the village at 6pm before he goes on his way around the village making stops on his jolly way!
Stop 1 – outside phone box (near King’s Arms)
Santa will be on his sleigh outside the village at 6pm before he goes on his way around the village making 6 stops on his jolly way!
Stop 2 – down Reeves Lane
Stop 3 – Bottom of Middle Street on bottom Street
Stop 4 – Church Street near the ‘Jetty’
He is then making his way back to the village hall.
Please make sure you give Santa plenty of support, whilst on his journey he will be giving treats out to the children.
All are invited back to the hall where there will be hot dogs (£5 each for adults – children free). There will also be free mince pies and a paying bar.
Those who attended last year had a lovely evening so come and have fun this year. HO! HO! HO!
If anyone wants a copy of their photo please contact the Chief Elf c/o Paul Brewer.
All photographs were used with permission of the photographees.
We are so blessed to have this wonderful resource right in the heart of our Benefice at Ridlington.
DOVE Day Hospice – Rutland provides day care for people with a life limiting illness, giving their carers much needed respite.
Founded on Christian principles, the hospice welcomes anyone who can benefit from its services. People are often not aware that they can self refer. Following a home visit, the Clinical Lead advises whether time at the HOSPICE would be beneficial.
At present the hospice does not deal with people with dementia. If there was sufficient need for this service, Dove would identify the viability of offering a dedicated day for dementia sufferers in the future.
We are self funding and rely on the generosity of the people of Rutland to fund this much needed facility.
A team of unpaid volunteers cook a 3 course lunch, run sessions for arts and craft, pilates, meditation, massage and other events.The hospice relies on the volunteers who support the team of palliative care professionals
Last year,we managed to raise £26,000, we need £50,000, so ideas for fundraising are gratefully received
We are grateful for your support. May we wish you and your families a Very Happy New Year.
Tel 01572 722630. firstname.lastname@example.org
From: Joanne Beaver:
Cynthia is now back at Crown from Peterboro Hospital. She is well but too weak to come to the village Xmas lunch. She is worried because she cannot write her Christmas cards for friends. She has asked that I use the internet to Wish friends a Merry Christmas and a Peaceful New Year.
If you know someone who doesn’t use the internet, e.g. Dorothy, please will you tell them?
Maybe the Xmas WI meeting and Xmas lunch could be used to pass this message along, please.