Severn Trent – Further Postponement

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Severn Trent advise with regret, that there will be a further delay in the replacement of water pipes on Hannah's Field Lane. Ground conditions on their current job have caused some delay, resulting in a knock on effect with the scheduled work for Manton and Ridlington. A courtesy letter has been sent to the villagers of Ridlington and other surrounding villages involved. The date for commencement of work is now re-scheduled for week commencing February 18th 2019. The same sequence shown on...
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A Message from the PCC

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As we come to the end of 2018, we would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to everyone for your continued generosity, for your willingness, time, energy and support. We also wish to thank you all for your donations towards the Church, including the Church Roof Fund, and for doing what is best for our community. We pray that everyone has a blessed Christmas with Faith and Love, and a New Year filled with Health and Happiness!
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Christmas Bin Collection 2018

Rutland County Council are advising a number of changes to scheduled bin collections over the festive period, which they would like to highlight to residents. Please see the link below, showing the revised dates for your information. Please share this widely. https://www.ridlingtonparishcouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Christmas-Bin-Collections-2018.pdf In particular, please note the one instance where a collection has needed to be brought forward because the normal collection d...
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Severn Trent – Water Pipe Replacement – date postponed to 14/01/2019

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Due to unforeseen circumstances work has been delayed in Manton to Ridlington due to work in the Rutland area over running.  Severn Trent understand that their work can be inconvenient especially over the Christmas period, so a decision has been made to delay the work until week commencing January 14th 2019 where they will follow the same sequence as shown on the original letter.  Should you require any further details, please do not hesitate to contact Lisa Orme, Community Comms Officer ...
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Severn Trent – Water Pipe Replacement – 10DEC18

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Water Pipe Replacement - Hannah's Field, Ridlington,  Lisa Orme, Community Comms Officer from Severn Trent advises that some essential water pipe replacement work will be taking place in Ridlington.  They have identified some improvements that they can make to the water source to improve the taste and smell of the water supply in Ridlington. As they will be making slight changes, their customer's in Ridlington may notice a change in their water. They assure, this is absolute...
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Rutland County Council Prospective Councillor Event

This event is being held to help people find out what it takes to become a local councillor and will cover the nomination process and standing for election, the role of a councillor and what support is available, including allowances and training. There will be a chance to speak with RCC Officers and Directors about council services and also the opportunity to speak to existing RCC Councillors about the role in practice. The event will take place on Saturday, November 10th 2018 at Rut...
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Oakham Town Task and Finish Group Online Survey

The Group is asking residents to share their views about the attractiveness and vitality of the town through an online survey.  They are keen to ensure the widest representation from residents and would be grateful if the survey could be placed onto our website. Therefore, please find the links below for the press release and the online survey, both of which have recently been circulated to local media. The Press Release:    Click here to download The Survey:  https:/...
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LADY OF THE MANOR OF RIDLINGTON

DEBORAH ANNE ANGUS 5 Banool Avenue, St. Ives NSW 2075 AUSTRALIA debbyangus@optusnet.com.au I was born in Sydney, Australia on February 24th 1954.  My father was Arthur Leighton Angus, a descendant of the Angus/Angas family who settled in South Australia.  My ancestor, George Fife Angas, is known as the founder of South Australia.  His family were Carriage builders in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, U.K., but in the early 1830’s, it was George who brought German wine makers to the new colony of South...
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