Part of the A6003 near the village of Manton is closed until 5 July 21 as Network Rail repairs the bridge. Over the next three months, teams will demolish the bridge and then install a new, stronger one from underneath.
From: Judith Oakley
PLEASE – a new payment system, not using BACS. CAPTAIN TOM 100 Challenge.
The family of Cpt Tom are challenging others to do a 100 ‘somethings’ in his honour by May 3rd.
I am taking on this challenge, 100 miles in 30 days, to help to fund the rebuild of the wall of Wing Parish Church. I am hoping 100 people will each sponsor me a penny (or more!) a mile. I measure the distance I walk on the pedometer on my phone so I will have proof I have done it BUT can’t guarantee the exact measurement!
I have been walking round my garden daily since June (even when covered in snow and ice).
Could you please pay the sponsorship money to the Church via this recently created new online giving page which enables UK taxpayers to donate under the Gift Aid scheme, which augments the size of their donation by 25%. Here is the link: – https://givealittle.co/campaigns/eec37098-504e-45ce-b934-59435e869a15 or just put the money in my mailbox at 6 Top Street, Wing.
I am starting today and hope to have completed the challenge by May 3rd – I will keep you posted with my progress about every 10 days.
There is a story by Joanne Beaver that brings a little smile to our Covid, Church Wall fallen down existence at https://wingrutland.uk/the-church-wall/ and permanently on The Church main menu.
On Thursday we launched the Future Rutland Conversation, a chance to share what you value most about life in Rutland and what you want from the future. Whether it’s transport, leisure, employment or the environment that matter to you, we want your views on lots of issues, to help shape the future of our county. Get involved in the conversation today and have your say: http://www.rutland.gov.uk/futurerutland
RUTLAND COUNTY COUNCIL DISTRICT COUNCIL
(TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE NOTICE)
Parish of Manton CP Order 2021
Rutland County Council District Council (‘the Council’) has powers under section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (‘the Act’) to make traffic regulation orders affecting the adopted highway within the County of Rutland.
TAKE NOTICE THAT the Council now proposes to make an order entitled the Rutland County Council District Council (Temporary Diversion of Vehicular Traffic) Oakham Road Parish of Manton CP Order 2021 as the Council are satisfied that traffic on the road should be restricted because works are proposed to be executed on or near the road.
The effect of the order will be that during the dates and times specified below all vehicles will be prohibited from proceeding along the length of road known as Oakham Road from the junction with Lyndon Road to Uppingham Road
The closure is to enable Network Rail to undertake bridge demolition and rebuilding works.
The duration of the Closure shall be for a maximum period of six months from 12th April 2021 or until the works are completed.
It is anticipated the works will take 85 days. The closure shall come into force when the appropriate signs and diversion route are erected on site.
The duration of the Closure shall be as follows: from 12th April 2021 to 5th July 2021
The alternative route during the closure will be via the route shown on the attached plan and as shown on https://one.network ( registration and sign on required. The alternate route will be shown nearer the start of work.)
The alternative route during the closure will be via the following streets: Uppingham Road, Oakham Road, Uppingham Roundabout, Duddington Way, Main Road, Morcott Road, Glaston Road, Barrowden Road, Peterborough Road, Leicester Road, A43 Stamford Road, Stamford Road, Kettering Road, A1 Northbound On Slip From A43, A1 J A43 Join N, A1 From B1081 To Unitary Boundary, A1 From J A43 To J A606 N, A1 J A606 Leave Including Two Way Section, Empingham Road, Audit Hall Road, Main Street, Whitwell Road, Barnsdale Hill, Stamford Road Roundabout and Burley Park Way with a reciprocal route.
Reasonable facilities will be provided to allow access to adjacent premises while the work is being carried out.
Any queries regarding the above please contact Mr B Rush, Network Co-Ordinator, Rutland County Council, Catmose, Oakham, Rutland, LE15 6HP or telephone 01572 722577
Interim Chief Executive
The Auction of promises concluded on Sunday evening with one special late arrival promise ending on Monday evening – The Red Arrows visit.
The results of the funds raised through the call my bluff wine tasting ticket sales, auction of promises and the Red Arrows bid together totalled an amazing….
Well done to everyone involved and a huge thank you to both the promisers and the bidders.
This massive amount will provide nearly a third of the cost of rebuilding the wall.
There is more fund raising still needed and Paul Kitson will be carrying out a sponsored walk, endeavouring to complete the ‘Rutland Round’ non-stop on 26/27th April – a 62 mile walk! All proceeds will go to the Wall Fund – please sponsor him if you can. More details will be posted on NextDoor Wing.
Please pledge Paul a failed bid, preferably the largest one!. Paul says “You would have spent the money anyway, so spend on my walk!” Please send your pledges to this account / email@example.com. If anyone would like to join him on the walk he would be pleased to have you come along. If you wish to make a donation to the Wall Fund Raising, you can either give the money to Helen Cullen (and if you compete a gift aid form it will be worth 25% more) or use the Wing PCC Just Giving site: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/wingchurchardwall?utm_term=ggGQaKyEy
Thank you all so much – what a wonderful community effort!
Best Wishes, The Wing Covid19 Team.
Friday 12 March to Sunday 14 March 2021
To raise further funds for the rebuilding of the Church wall.
Bids to be submitted no later than 10:00pm on Sunday 14th March 2021 to firstname.lastname@example.org except the bids for item 38, the special Red Arrows visit will be extended to 10:00pm on Monday 15th March 2021
The highest bid for each item at that time will win.
|1||A voucher for electric bike hire for one day for 2 adults||Rutland Cycling|
|2||Gucci Homme Sport scent for men||Roberta Hale|
|3||Afternoon tea with prosecco for 4 either delivered within 10 mile radius (Stamford, Corby, Market Harborough) or will host in Joanne’s garden on Church Street, Wing, Covid permitting. Offer valid until end September 2022. Date to be agreed.||Joanne Beaver|
|4||Voucher for 30 minute Back Massage||Rutland Health and Beauty, Oakham|
|5||Junes Farm Grill Box for two people (contains 1 pack of 2 chunky pork chops, 1 pack of 2 pork shoulder steaks, 1 x 400 g of dices leg pork, 2 pack of 6 sausages (old English and Lincolnshire and 1 x pack of 2 gammon steaks||Junes Farm, Whitwell|
|6||Round of Golf with Robin Cullen at Luffenham Heath Golf Club||Robin Cullen|
|7||An inside and outside car wash||Jon Roberts|
|8||A tandem bike for the day and luxury picnic (your choice of local location for picnic)||Paul and Carolyn Comben|
|9||A bottle of Woody’s home made Damson Gin||David Wood|
|10||Tickets for a family of up to 5 for the Rutland Farming and Food Festival on Sunday 11th July 2021||David Wood|
|11||A Lady or Man Hair Cut Wash and Blow Dry by Nikki Thorpe||Good Hair Days|
|12||An Angela Harding Bumper Bundle (includes Kitchen Apron, Tea Cosy, 3x Note Books, Jigsaw, 2021 Wall Calendar, 3x Tea Towels and One pack of note cards||Angela Harding and Mark Dyas|
|13||A glass vase arrangement of seasonal flowers on a mutually arranged date||Amanda Steele Flowers|
|14||A primrose planter and a Cineraria Senetti||Rutland Water Nursery|
|15||A Fiona Cairns Celebration Cake with personal message – choose from classic vanilla, chocolate salted caramel or lemon sponge (voucher valid for 12 months)||Fiona Cairns|
|16||An hour’s garden design or planting consultation||Pauline Pitts|
|17||Meat Casserole or Fish Pie for 6 people (date by arrangement before 22nd June 2021)||Fran Towell|
|18||A Hambleton Farms meat joint hamper of beef, pork, lamb and gammon (each joint would feed a family bubble of four)||William Nelson – Hambleton Farms Ltd|
|19||A one hour’s gardening session||Alisdair Orr|
|20||A one hour’s Tennis lesson for a beginner / improver||Alisdair Orr|
|21||A voucher for a private tour of Rockingham Castle on a Sunday in Summer 2021. Tour to be given by Alison Loader, an accredited Castle Guide||Alison Loader|
|22||An Easter door or table flower arrangement your choice||Alison Loader|
|23||Simnel Cake for Easter (contains nuts)||Susannah Fish|
|24||A plate of 6 cheese scones (2 lots on offer)||Debbie Whight|
|25||An afternoon tea with a garden visit for up to 6 people at Churchfield, Top Street, Wing June 2021 (date & time to be agreed) hopefully with sunshine included !||David and Carole Morris|
|26||A gorgeous deluxe Lalique scented diffuser and two candles||Philip and Tracey Moores|
|27||A voucher for two for a 3-course lunch or dinner from the menu of the day with coffee & chocolates at Hambleton Hall||Sally Cox|
|28||Loaf of sourdough bread||Alice and David Hill|
|29||A Jar of Three Fruit Marmalade and a jar of Seville Orange Marmalade (2 lots on offer)||Alice and David Hill|
|30||A weekday round of golf for two at Rutland Water Golf Course (voucher expires 31/12/2021)||Robert Towell|
|31||A fresh cream Victoria sandwich cake||Debbie Whight|
|32||2 CDs featuring David Hill|
– JS Bach Trio of Sonatas for Two Harpsichords by David Ponsford and David Hill
– Howells Missa Sabrinensis with the Bach Choir and BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by David Hill
|Alice and David Hill|
|33||A collection of puzzle and word search books for adults (six books)||Jon Roberts|
|34||A delicous chocolate cake||Maureen Beaver|
|35||Wooden Planter (30 long x 22 wide x 18 inches deep in treated timber)||Richard Bateman|
|36||A meal for two people at The Olive Branch, Clipsham (UK Pub of the Year 2021 in the Good Pub Guide)||The Olive Branch, Clipsham|
|37||A tutored painting or drawing session for 2 people for two x 1 hour||Mary Rodgers www.MaryRodgers.co.uk|
|38||A visit for 2 to the Red Arrows base at Scampton, Lincs. Half a day with the Red Arrows for 2 people. Go to Reds’ crew room, watch a sortie briefing, witness the display practice, and then return inside to see just how this world-famous aerobatic team debriefs every sortie.||Clive Loader ( who will accompany the winners)|
|Note:||Subject to final arrangements.|
|Winning bidders will be notified separately and connected with the promisees.|
You will be very welcome if you would like to attend any of the services over the coming few weeks.
21st March 9.30am Morning Prayer led by Sarah Tuck
28th March 9.30am Holy Communion for Palm Sunday led by Rev’d Jenni Duffy
4th April 9.30am EASTER DAY Holy Communion led by Rev’d Dr Pippa Madgwick
If you would like to attend this service please book in with either Alice Hill 737516 or David Wood 737465. We hope that we can accommodate everyone but we do need to abide by the COVID regulations that restrict the number of people able to be present in church.
The church will be decorated with flowers for Easter, if you can’t make it to the service do drop in on Wednesday 7th April to have a look.
11th April 9.30am Morning Prayer led by Caroline Simmonds
25th April 9.30am Holy Communion led by Rev’d Jenni Duffy
Look out for the printed May edition of the Parish Magazine that will contain details of future service rotas.
Bob Jeynes and family would like to thank you all for the cards and other kind thoughts received on the recent passing away of his wife Joy, on the second of February.
1 st No 50 Vivia Crump
2 nd No109 Wendy Dalton
3rd No16 Robin Cullen