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Rutland Parent Carer Voice Live: Q+A Panel

Rutland Parent Carer Voice Live! invited parents and carers to ask questions about services for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities in a Q&A panel with Rutland County Council. You can now read the Q&A on our Local Offer section.

Dementia Action Week

All this week is Dementia Action Week – encouraging people to take action to improve the lives of those affected by dementia and work to create a dementia-friendly UK, where those with dementia do not feel excluded. 850,000 people in the UK who are affected…

Foster Care Fortnight

People in Rutland are being asked if they could provide a safe, caring environment for children and young people who are unable to live with their families. Rutland County Council is looking for new foster carers to join its team as part of this year’s…

Aiming High Consultation Feedback

Thank you to the families who responded to our Aiming High consultation which we ran in December, to understand whether we are reaching your expectations and what your priorities are for services and activities in the coming year. The feedback from this survey also helps…

Change to Early May Bank Holiday 2020

The Government has taken the decision to move 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 & 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…

Your Health Matters

Age UK (Leicester Shire and Rutland) are holding an information event at Oakham Castle. 432x576

Grants Available for Healthy Local Community Projects

If you have an idea for a project that could improve people's health and wellbeing, help people to be independent or support those with a long term health condition, you can apply for a Healthy Rutland Grant from Rutland County Council. Some example projects: Gardening…
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