The Parish Council Now Have Their Own Website


Wing Parish Council has established its own website to report on Parish Council business and meetings. All future notices, agendas and minutes will be disseminated and available from the Council’s website, and no longer from the Wing Community website.
The Council’s website can be accessed at www.wingrutland-pc.gov.uk or through the following link : http://www.wingrutland-pc.gov.uk

Grand Annual Bottle Tombola


THE ANNUAL GRAND BOTTLE TOMBOLA

In aid of  ‘FOR RUTLAND’

at the Rutland County Show

Sunday 3rd June 2018

BOTTLES of any kind or DONATIONS very gratefully accepted.

Cheques please make payable to: ‘For Rutland’

Jeffy Wood will be collecting

Please leave by Monday 29th May at Back of Barn at Townsend House or phone 737465 for collection

Also you can drop off at:-

John Porters Dry Cleaning in Oakham or Nelsons Butchers Shop in Uppingham

SINCERE THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT

For Rutland raises funds to pay for Specialist Advisers based at Citizens Advice Rutland (Reg Charity No.1107907) who provide non-medical advice to people of all age living with long-term health in Rutland conditions in Rutland and the Surrounding Community

For Rutland raises funds to pay for Specialist Advisers based at Citizens Advice Rutland. These dedicated advisers provide free, confidential, non-medical advice to people of all ages living with long-term health conditions, such as cancer, dementia, strokes and mental illness. They can help local residents with practical problems associated with long-term health conditions such as access to NHS services, housing, debt, employment and relationship issues and they ensure that clients are able to get necessary .funding through grants and benefits at a time when they most need it.

All the money raised stays in our Community to keep this important service.

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: –

Elizabeth Mills 07710 873811

Trish Ruddle 01572 724400 or 07801319222

info@forrutland.org.uk

St George’s Barracks 3000 homes plan


The St Georges development could change Rutland as we currently know it:

 The “consultation” is now underway – people should be made aware:

The St Georges Plan (opens in a new window)

The closing date for the consultation on the high-level masterplan is 31st May 2018.

 “Up to 3,000 homes, offering a range of house types and tenures to meet the needs of Rutland, supporting the exemplary vision we have for the masterplan”

 The traffic implications alone are huge, probably a further 4000 cars all trying to use Uppingham and Oakham which are already at capacity.

It is important that people voice their opinion now.

St George’s Barracks Consultation

The St George’s Barracks site has been an important part of Rutland and the RAF’s history – but it now plays an equally important role in our future.

The Government announced in November 2016 that the 300-hectare site will be sold after 2020.

Rutland County Council has entered into a partnership with the Ministry of Defence because we want to ensure that any development on the site is controlled, sustainable, in harmony with the county’s environment and with the appropriate investment in public services, infrastructure and affordable housing.

Most of all, we want to make sure our wider community has the chance to input into what happens at the site at the earliest possible stage.

That is why we want your feedback on some early ideas about what could happen, before any detailed plans or proposals are drawn up.

What happens on the site is critical to Rutland’s future, so please do come to one of the events listed below and online at: www.rutland.gov.uk/stgeorges. Full details of the masterplan will also be published online from midday on Friday 11 May.

With your help we can make sure that the development that does take place is right for Rutland.

Oliver Hemsley
Leader of Rutland County Council

Full details are here.

From the Heart of Rutland

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