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

Tel: 01780 721188

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Wed, 15 Jun 2016 16:51 by Barbara Shirley

We will be open for tea and a natter on the first Tuesday every month. Starting on Tuesday 6th September 2.30 pm until 4.00 pm.

Just turn up and you will be given a warm welcome.

If anyone needs transport ring Gill 01780 721400

The Queen's Birthday Tea Party

Wed, 15 Jun 2016 16:47 by Barbara Shirley

It was wonderful to have so many of the village together to wish Her Majesty The Queen Happy Birthday on 12 June.

About 100 people enjoyed cakes and sandwiches and bubbly. (oh and tea and coffee!) The Village Hall Committee would like to thank all those who helped and donated cakes etc. Judging by the volume of noise everyone enjoyed themselves. It was lovely to have so many young ones together with the young at heart!

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.

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