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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…

Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Project Fund

Turbo-charge your grass-roots ideas in 2022 Fire up your engines and buckle up your seatbelts as 2022 could be your year to make the change you’ve always wanted thanks to a new £2m grant scheme for healthcare…

Message from the SEND Service - statutory SEND timescales

Rutland County Council Meeting its statutory SEND timescales We are aware that a few parent were concerned about the statement on the Local Offer regarding ; RCC meeting its statutory timescales, please see an…

‘Working Together’ - Parent Carer Collaborative Meeting - 17th March 2022

Ref: The quality of the recording We are aware that a few parents were concerned about the quality of the recording, and by way of an explanation and ; offer you the following: Finding a suitable space for the ‘Working…

Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland safety fund

The OPCC have recently launched a new grants scheme which will channel funding into community projects that help reduce the risk of crime and abuse and increase public safety. £250,000 has been ring-fenced…

Veteran Hub Support in Oakham

We are pleased to confirm that the LLR funding application to the Armed Forces Covenant Fund (AFCF) Veterans’ Places, Pathways and People programme (VPPP), supported by our Armed Forces Officer, has been…

Urgent and emergency mental support expanded across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust, the organisation responsible for providing most of the mental health services in Leicestershire, Leicestershire and Rutland, has launched an awareness campaign to make…

What we’re doing to keep vulnerable children safe and what to do if you have concerns about a child’s welfare

A new post, 'What we’re doing to keep vulnerable children safe and what to do if you have concerns about a child’s welfare' has just been published by The Department for Education on The Education Hub. ; "The…

Stay well guide for children aged 0-9 years

University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust has created a new guide, the Parents’ Stay Well Guide for Children Aged 0-9 Years, which gives parents all the information they need to get the right care for the most…

Do you want to hear about the latest health and care research, or get involved yourself?

Have your say about health and care ; National Voices’ will be hosting an online conference ;on Thursday 23 June 2022 from 10:00am – 4:00pm they will be ;exploring ;how Integrated Care Systems can work in better…
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