Reminder: Phone Box Fun

We are delighted to announce the return of Wing phone box fun on Saturday the 22nd of July. There will be a musical evening guaranteed to phone-box-funentertain you, 6.30 start.
  • There will also be an auction of pictures by some of Wing’s finest artists and free mini Sausage rolls.
  • Bring your own blanket or seat.
  • Nice sunny weather guaranteed 🙂 .

TandaramandaraIf you need to know any more please email –

Wing Village Hall Questionnaire

Wing Village Hall Consultation Questionnaire 2017

Download and print it off here or just use the Print button at the bottom of the page.

It’s your village hall, how can we make it better for you?

We really want to know!

This questionnaire sets out to invite the village to tell us what you would like the hall to provide for Wing now and in future years.

A little about you please?

Please circle


  • 17 or under
  • 18-35 or
  • 36 and above


Please return the completed form to Wing Village Hall

Please return completed forms by the closing date of the 11th May 2017. If completing the questionnaire stimulates additional comments do please note these on the back of the form.

Many thanks for your participation and feedback. Once collated the results will be published in the Parish Magazine.

Wing Village Hall Management Committee

How important do you rate the below 1 2 3 4 (1 = low and 4 – high)

  1. Hall Facilities
  • Toilet Facilities
  • Village showers
  • (Disabled) Access to the hall
  • Kitchen
  • Stage
  • Wifi


  1. Physical Appearance of the hall
  • Stage
  • Lighting
  • Hearing loop
  • Seating and tables
  • Car parking
  • Heating


  1. Hall Equipment
  • Kitchen equipment
  • Cutlery and Crockery
  • Storage
  • Decoration


  1. Village Use of the Hall
  • Regular village social events
  • Annual events
  • Individual Club or Society events
  • Private hire 
  1. External Use of the Hall
  • Private Hire
  • External Clubs and Societies
  • External commercial hire
  1. How do you wish to see village hall fund raising monies applied
  • For the community in general.
  • For the village hall maintenance and improvement.
  • To raise funds commercially to be applied for general parish use.
  • To support those in the community needing assistance.
  • General charitable donations.
  1. How would you prefer to know what is going on in the village hall?
  • Parish Mag Village
  • Website
  • Posters Notice boards
  • Other
  • Word of mouth
  1. Would you consider supporting the village hall via:
  • A working party: Yes / No
  • One off event: Yes / No
  • Charitable donation Yes / No
  • Sunday tea rota during the summer Yes/No

(Please circle) If Yes please provide contact details on the back page. 

  1. Hall Activities

What activities would you like to see in the village hall?

  • Village Fetes
  • Arts and crafts
  • Musical Entertainment
  • CafĂ©
  • Clubs and Societies
  • Hiring for private parties/weddings
  • Social Club
  • Meeting place
  • Training/ Education
  • Commercial Rent organisations and businesses
  • Doctor / Social Services
  • Physical Activities e.g. keep fit
  • Village Entertainments e.g. quiz nights,
  • Christmas fayre, etc
  • Films
  • Indoor food market
  • Other comments please note overleaf





May 22nd, 2017 7.00 pm


A centrepiece of the village needs your help. Could you spare an hour or so a month to help with the running of the Village Hall? Come along to the AGM and register your interest.


New speeding regulations

Drivers responsible for the most serious speeding offences are set to face harsher penalties under new sentencing guidelines for magistrates.
The court can consider further adjustment for any aggravating or mitigating factors and identify whether any combination of these, or other relevant factors, should result in an upward or downward adjustment.
The maximum fines allowed by law remain the same, so speeding drivers cannot be fined more than ÂŁ1,000 unless the offence takes place on a motorway, where the limit is ÂŁ2,500.

Speed limit (mph) Recorded speed (mph)
20 41 and above 31-40 21-30
30 51 and above 41-50 31-40
40 66 and above 56-65 41-55
50 76 and above 66-75 51-65
60 91 and above 81-90 61-80
70 101 and above 91-100 71-90
Sentencing range Band C fine
(150% of relevant weekly income)
Band B fine
(100% of relevant weekly income)
Band A fine
(50% of relevant weekly income)
Points /
Dis­­qualification for 7-56 days OR
6 points on your licence
Dis­­qualification for 7-28 days OR
4-6 points on your licence
3 points on your licence



Wing Parish Council has made application to Rutland County Council for Designating the Wing Parish, as indicated on the featured Plan, as an area for the preparation of a Neighbourhood Plan. The Parish Council Resolutions related to this process from the 29th March Meeting are also set out herein. Rutland County Council will be conducting its own public consultation processes as required by law.

The Wing Parish Council has established, through its local call for volunteers, a Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group as a Sub-committee of the Parish Council. The Steering Group will take a lead in the formulation of such plan through the involvement and consultation of all residents, businesses, employers, and landowners within the proposed Designated Area – the Parish of Wing.

Over the coming months, assuming that the Designation is approved by Rutland County Council, there will be an ongoing opportunity for you to express your views and contribute your knowledge and expertise to the Plan’s formulation. This is an important project for the future of our community and the final Draft Plan will be the subject of a local referendum as required by law.

Further details and contacts are under the Neighbourhood Plan section of the Main Menu,