Rutland Police Alerts

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Andy Wylie (Police, PCSO, Rutland)

Attempt Burglary in Glaston

Crime Number : 15000112873
Police in Rutland are appealing for witnesses following an attempted burglary at a home in Main Street, Glaston between 8am and 5.45pm on Wednesday 27thOctober 2015.  Entry not gained but crow bar marks found on windows and a door.

Burglary in Stoke Dry

Crime Number : 15000112824
Police in Rutland are appealing for witnesses following a burglary at a home in Stoke Dry between 11am and 4.18pm on Wednesday 27th October 2015.  Entry gained after the glass in the front door was smashed. A valuable statue was stolen.

Burglary in Caldecott

Crime Number : 15000113773
Police in Rutland are appealing for witnesses following a burglary at a home on Main Street in Caldecott at around 2.15pm on Thursday 29th October 2015.  Entry was gained via a patio door and a quantity of jewellery was stolen. Four males dressed in grey and black, one wearing a black baseball cap where seen to run to a black Mercedes or BMW estate on false plates, registration number LK63XMZ  which was parked on the Main Street.  The vehicle then headed off in the direction of Uppingham and then onto the A47 towards Peterborough.

TARGET HARDING:  With the nights drawing in early please ensure all windows and doors to your homes are checked and secured and that timers switched are set to come on if you are due to return home after dark.

If you have any information on the above crimes please call Leicestershire Police on 101.  If you see anyone acting suspiciously around property in your area please call  Leicestershire Police on 999.

The (Almost) Final Vulcan Flight

vulcanWing residents were treated to an historic event Sunday 4th October at about 5pm. The last of the Vulcan bombers and one of the planes that flew all the way to the Falkland Islands to bomb the runway at Port Stanley did it’s (almost) final impromptu display over the Rutland Water area. It was accompanied by a small plane taking photos of its last flight.

After circling 4 or 5 times it headed for its final touch down at Robin Hood airport near Leeds. It was clearly seen from Wing in a lovely autumn evening sky.

Stop Press: We’ve just been told it will be doing another flight this weekend and possibly another last flight before the end of October. Watch this space…

Stop Stop Press: The Vulcan will fly over the eastern edge of Rutland Water at 13:04 on Sunday 11th October

Charity Quilt Show

October 3 and 4 is the Wing Charity Quilt Show in aid of Thorpe Hall Hospice and Wing Parish Church. Exhibition of hand-made quilts are on show in the Wing Village Hall and the parish church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul.

Stalls offering craft items and supplies, raffle and tombola. Delicious food also available.

Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th, 10am until 4pm.

The Old Methodist ( formerly Wesleyan) Chapel

The Old Methodist ( formerly Wesleyan) Chapel, Middle Street, Wing. If anyone has any information about, memories of, or old photos of the Chapel which they would be happy to share I should be very grateful. As the new owners of the Chapel we are interested in learning all we can about its history and previous appearance, inside and out, and any detail would be helpful. I can be contacted at Chapel Cottage, 16 Middle Street; on 01572 737689; or by e mailing me at

From the Heart of Rutland

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