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Staying active at home

Sport England have put together lots of different ideas on how to stay active in and around your home. There are lots of resources to choose from, from dancing with the kids through Change4life to home exercise routines to suit every need.

SEND and Inclusion team - Covid-19 update

Rutland County Council's SEND and Inclusion team have today released information on how they continue to support families during Covid-19, and how their services have been affected as a result of the outbreak. 

Online learning resources and activities for all ages

Rutland County Council has created a page packed with online learning resources and activities. Access online library services, take a virtual tour of the Natural History Museum, visit the Taj Mahal and more - there's something fun and educational for people of all ages.

What events or activities are affected by coronavirus measures?

Most services and activities listed on this website are changing in response to the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak. In particular, events and non-essential gatherings have been cancelled and most key services are operating differently. If you are planning to use a service that is listed on…

Coronavirus: Donating to Rutland Foodbank

If you want to help people who are facing food poverty during the coronavirus outbreak, you might be interested to know that you can make donations to the Rutland Foodbank in a number of ways: You can donate food items at Tesco, the Co-op, Lidl…

Upcoming ADHD Solutions webinars

ADHD Solutions will soon be holding two webinars: All About ADHD and 1-2-3 Magic. To book onto a webinar, contact ADHD Solutions directly. 

Crisis and community support for people at home

Rutland County Council has launched a Crisis Helpline for vulnerable people in need of support. Call 01572 729 603 Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. Good neighbour schemes around Rutland are also offering support and assistance to individuals and families who are self-Isolating or affected in…

Coronavirus: Parenting in a Pandemic online programme

The Centre for Fun and Families has organised an online Parenting in a Pandemic programme, offering support for parents and young people aged 11-16 years.  The set of 4 sessions for parents and 4 sessions for young people complement each other so you can start…

Summer in Rutland: fun activities for children and young people

Looking for ways to keep children and young people entertained at home this summer? Take a look at Rutland County Council's Summer in Rutland guide, where you’ll find plenty of ideas and suggestions for family fun from Rutland Libraries, Visions Children's Centre, Oakham Castle, Oakham Museum,…

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

Read the latest findings  Read Healthwatch Rutland’s latest report which looks at how people with long term or multiple conditions experience care in Rutland GP surgeries Check out the latest results from the national GP Patient survey which highlights patient experience of general practice services.…
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