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Clerk: Barbara Shirley
3 Well Cross, Edith Weston
Oakham, Rutland LE15 8HG

Tel: 01780 721188

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Latest News

Wheatsheaf regulars rescued from the drink?

Wheatsheaf regulars rescued from the drink?

Fri, 27 May 2016 18:36 by Norman Milne

Most villagers are aware that the Wheatsheaf Pub was unfortunately damaged badly in a fire earlier on in the week.

With John and Shaun's agreement, the Sailing Club welcomes members of the village to use the bar and catering facilities until the Wheatsheaf reopens.

It will take a while for things to be refurbished and we are very pleased to report that the Brewery is very much involved in ensuring that the Pub is back in business as soon as possible. Both Richard Everard (Principal) and Stephen Gould (Managing Director) visited yesterday and assured John that he and the village community have their support. More »

You will find the times and arrangements on the attached document.

There is a small 'temporary membership fee' of £5 in order to meet the Sailing Club's rules but the funds accrued will be reimbursed to the Landlords who can then distribute this to a charity of their choice when the Wheatsheaf reopens.

Notice of Referendum

Fri, 27 May 2016 12:12 by Barbara Shirley

The Notice of Referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union is now available to download. Please read carefully for details on how to ensure you are registered to vote.

Community defibrillator – ten volunteers required!

Community defibrillator – ten volunteers required!

Mon, 25 Apr 2016 17:53 by Norman Milne

We have a community defibrillator situated inside the former telephone kiosk in King Edwards Way.

In order to ensure that it is brought into use as early and effectively as possible, the Parish Council has decided to set up a VETS scheme (Village Emergency Telephone Scheme)

This works as follows: following the 999 call, another telephone number is rung which simultaneously rings the numbers of a local volunteer group who have basic training in resuscitation. More »

The first available volunteer takes the defibrillator to the address required and assists with resuscitation until the ambulance arrives.

For further information, please contact Richard Harris by email at: iliffeharris@yahoo.co.uk or by telephone on 01780 729483. » Less

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