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Join us for the Healthwatch Rutland Annual Meeting

Join us for the Healthwatch Rutland Annual meeting: Wednesday 11 September 1.30pm - 3.30pm Rutland Community Hub (Gover Centre Conference Room) We will be welcoming speaker Dr Hilary Fox, Accountable Clinical Director of the new Rutland Primary Care Network, and launching our “What would you…

Birdfair 2019: 16-18 August at Rutland Water

Birdfair, aka British Birdwatching Fair, aka the Birdwatching Glastonbury, is jointly organised by the Leicestershire & Rutland Wildlife Trust and the RSPB. Birdfair encompasses the whole spectrum of the birdwatching industry whilst at the same time supporting global bird conservation. This is the event of the…

Real Nappies Trial Packs

Rutland County Council is encouraging local parents to trial real nappy kits as an alternative to disposable options. The reusable kits, which contain a range of types and styles of nappy along with all the required accessories, can be borrowed from the Council free of…

Flag Raising Will Honour Maritime Heroes

The British Merchant Navy’s iconic red flag will be flown outside Oakham Library on Tuesday 3rd September to mark Merchant Navy Day 2019. Merchant Navy Day is celebrated throughout the UK on 3rd September each year – the day that marked the start of the…

Change to Early May Bank Holiday 2020

The Government has moved next year’s early May bank holiday from Monday 4 May to Friday 8 May 2020 as part of plans to commemorate 75 years since VE Day. You can find more information about this here.

Transforming Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Services

The NHS Leicestershire Partnership Trust is working through a five year plan to: Develop all mental health and learning disabilities services, so they give excellent, high quality and joined up care. Make using mental health and learning disabilities services a better experience for everyone. Reorganise…

Children’s Hospital Launches Webpages to Help Children and Young People with Autism

Going to the hospital can be difficult for children and young people, but knowing what is going to happen and why, before a visit, can ease anxiety. This can be especially helpful for people with autism. The Leicester Children's hospital website has been co-designed with…

Get Out and About This Summer

If you're looking for things to do this Summer, you can find out about local events on the Discover Rutland website. For family fun and activities for children and young people, check out our Holiday Activities Page! If you are looking for childcare over the school holidays, visit…

Rutland MacMillan Support Service Chat Cafe

The Rutland Macmillan Support Service is launching a Chat Cafe for people aged under 50 years old who have been affected by Cancer. The first Chat Cafe will be held at The Lord Nelson, Oakham on Wednesday 11th September from 6pm-8pm for coffee, cake, chat…
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