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Become a dementia friend!

Next week is Dementia Awareness Week. Age UK invites you to become a 'dementia friend'. Why not pop along to find out more? Monday 16th May, 3-4pm Rutland County Council, Oakham. Wednesday 18th May 10:30-11:30am at…

Mental Health Awareness Week 2022

The theme of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week, taking place from 9-15 May, is loneliness. More and more people from all walks of life are becoming affected by loneliness and it’s having an impact on people’s…

Do you want to read the latest newsletters?

Read the latest newsletters Rural Community Council Impact e-magazine (April 2022) Rutland Health Primary Care Network (April 2022) Healthwatch Rutland Newsletter (April 2022)

Rutland Local Area Review Meeting (28.2.2022)

The Department for Education regularly visits local areas to review the SEND Local Area offers around the country. Kevin Roland (SEND Adviser, DfE) visited Rutland in February 2022 to highlight best practice,…

Peer SEND reviews

Peer SEND Reviews The Local Government Association Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) peer review programme has been developed to help councils, clinical commissioning groups and their…

SEND review - right support, right place, right time

The ;SEND ;review sets out government’s proposals for a system that offers children and young people the opportunity to thrive, with access to the right support, in the right place, and at the right time, so they can…

CPR and Defibrillator familiarisation and training

Rutland Community First Responders is a small group of local people who volunteer for East Midlands Ambulance service, responding to 999 calls across Rutland. They are often FPOS (First Person on Scene) to…

New homeless support service

Rutland residents in need of housing support, advice or at risk of homelessness can now get help from a new support service in the county. P3’s Floating Support service for Rutland will provide up to 18 months of…

Rutland Electric Cycle Hire Scheme

People living in Rutland can hire an electric bike for one month to try this form of sustainable transport out to travel to work, school, training, or social activities they would otherwise be unable to attend. This…

Rutland MYBIKE project

Rutland MYBKE project is Rutland County Council’s second-hand reconditioned bike scheme. Bicycles that are taken to either Cottesmore or North Luffenham Civic Amenity sites are collected by HMP Stocken, where…
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