THE ANNUAL GRAND BOTTLE TOMBOLA in aid of ‘FOR RUTLAND’at the Rutland County Show Sunday 4th June 2023
BOTTLES of any kind or DONATIONS very gratefully accepted.
Cheques please make payable to: ‘ForRutland’
Jeffy Wood will be collecting Please leave by Tuesday 30th May at Back of Barn at Townsend House or phone 01572 737465 for collection
Also you can drop off at:-
John Porters Dry Cleaning in Oakham or Nelsons Butchers Shop in Uppingham MANY THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT
For Rutland raises funds for Citizens Advice Rutland (Reg Charity No.1107907) to pay for Specialist Advisers who provide non-medical advice to people of all ages living with long term health conditions in Rutland and the Surrounding Community
For Rutland raises funds for Citizens Advice Rutland (Reg Charity No 11 07907) to pay for Specialist Advisers who provide free, confidential, non-medical advice to people of all ages living with long-term health conditions in Rutland and the Surrounding Community. Since June 2014 when For Rutland was formed our Specialist Advisers have returned on average £1 m per year in grants, debt write-offs and benefit funding.to those living with long term health conditions such as cancer, dementia, heart disease, multiple sclerosis and mental illness. Without this specialist knowledge available on our High Street, we believe many people would not be able to gain access to the support they need. By supporting For Rutland, you are helping to keep this vital service in our community.
SO PLEASE GIVE GENEROUSLY TO OUR TOMBOLA
For more information or help on the For Rutland Specialist Advisers contact: – Citizens Advice Rutland – 01572 723494 To find out more about For Rutland and how you can help Contact: email@example.com
FUTURE EVENTS: For Rutland
Sunday 4th June The Grand Bottle Tombola
Sunday 9th July Open Garden & Teas
Prebendal House, Empingham
Wednesday 6th SeptemberGolf For Rutland
Rutland Water Golf Club
Tuesday 26th December Boxing Day Collection Cottesmore Hounds, Oakham.
Friday 22nd March 2024 The Good & New Clothes Sale Rutland Showground
Saturday 23rd March 2024 The Good & New Clothes Sale
About 10am on the day of the Coronation you may have heard the bells in our church “Ring for the King”. Across the country approximately 38,000 bells were rung in celebration on the day of the Coronation and on days leading up to and following it. The photographs show the team who rang at Wing; some already having rung at other churches to make up numbers – North Luffenham, Tinwell, Hambleton and Ketton. Wing has five bells which are rung regularly for services, celebrations, funerals and weddings. Practices are held on Tuesday evenings either in Wing or another village. However, Wing does not have sufficient resident ringers and relies on ringers from other villages to make up numbers. Bell ringing is a skill requiring team work and practice, which also brings a lot of fun and enjoyment once mastered. If you would like to know more, learn to ring, have a try, assist with the maintenance of the Wing bells or return to ringing please get in touch with the Tower Captain Jane Peach. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The 2023 RAFA rides raise money to support the RAF community and its veterans. RAFA Rides offers an on-road event in and around the grounds of Kendrew Barracks, as well as the option for people to take part virtually from wherever they are in the world.
There are 25, 50, 75 & 100 mile options to choose from.
£40 Entry includes:
• Cycling jersey • Finisher’s medal • Refreshments on course • Beer and burger on completion
This year, BBC One’s Saturday Kitchen presenter and RAF Association Ambassador Matt Tebbutt is taking part in the 100-mile ride. Last year’s RAFA Rides saw 800 cyclists from 11 countries come together to take part in in-person and virtual events. Together, cyclists raised over £100,000 for the Association’s work to provide much-needed help and support to millions of people in the RAF community. In 2023, the event is even bigger, with international Air Force charities holding their own simultaneous cycling events across the globe. Cyclists of all abilities are welcome to sign up for the RAF Association’s annual cycling event, RAFA Rides, at Kendrew Barracks, formerly RAF Cottesmore, in Rutland on Saturday 17 June. All profits from the event will go towards the Association’s vital work of providing help and support to the RAF community.
Visit the RAFA Rides website to find out more and sign up:
One of Britain’s most outstanding period instrument ensembles, Florilegium, will treat us to an evening of French and German baroque music for flute, viola de gamba and baroque harp, led by their Director, Ashley Solomon.
Sung Compline 8.30pm – 9.00pm on Friday 9th June 2023
All Saints’ Church, Oakham (LE15 6AA)
Following on almost immediately from the concert given by Florilegium, we hope you might stay for a beautiful service of Compline to end the day. The music will be sung by a small consort of professional singers from London, and will include Tallis’ ‘Te Lucis Ante Terminum’.
The Festival Chamber Choir, composed of sixteen young professional singers from London and directed by David Hill, performs exquisite works by Allegri, Byrd, McDowall. Following the concert, there will be drinks served outside in the beautiful churchyard at Exton.
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