Entries by David

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COVID-19 STREET REPS

Dear All, This is the list of Street Reps that have kindly offered to help in cases of emergency. You will see that your home is within the catchment of one or more Reps. If you find yourself in difficulty please contact one of your Reps. The Reps can communicate with each other to resolve […]

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Rutland County Council putting plans in place

Rutland County Council is putting plans in place to support new government guidance around “shielding” for people who are at significantly higher risk from coronavirus (COVID-19). The NHS is currently in the process of writing to anyone who is considered to be ‘extremely vulnerable’ because they have a serious underlying health condition. Shielding is the […]

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Statement from The Parish Council

With reference to the current situation in relation to Covid-19 and the impact upon our Parish. The Parish Council will lead a co-ordinated approach to provide a community support system for all Parishioners. Purpose – To ensure no-one in the village is left unsupported during the Covid 19 epidemic. Focus – Anyone living / staying […]

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The Parish Precept

The Parish Council is a tier of local government and has the ability to raise a “precept” on the council tax bills produced by the local billing authority, in our case, Rutland County Council. The precept is the only source of tax revenue available to a Parish Council and is levied on local households to […]

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Ridlington Village Hall Relaunch Event

[wp1s id=”966″] The revamped village hall was opened to the public on Sunday 25th February. Some 38 villagers came to view the completed work and to enjoy the drink, nibbles and the general get together. The committee is delighted with the positive response received and as one member of the community put it – “ […]