A Walk in the Countryside

A couple of days ago I decided to go for a walk. It was during the afternoon I thought a walk in the countryside would fit the bill. It was warm, sunny and seemed to be just right for a stroll. Armed with tripod, one of my video cameras, video light, and grey scale cards I headed off towards Teigh. Teigh is a beautiful little village in Rutland, England and has some fantastic countryside. I certainly wasn’t disappointed with what

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Lockdown Rules Have Been Relaxed

On Saturday, 4th July, the lockdown rules were relaxed. Pubs, restaurants, hairdressers and cinemas will now be open for business. Also allowed to open are places of worship, libraries, galleries and museums. Weddings are also included in the relaxation of the lockdown rules. Couples can now get married with up to 30 people allowed to attend. These new rules only apply to England, including of course Rutland. The UK government is only responsible for lockdown restrictions in England. Because health

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RUTLAND WATER NATURE RESERVES

As from 9.00am this morning, 22nd June, Rutland Water Nature Reserves will re-open to the public. Egleton nature reserve will be open every weekday but Lyndon will be closed on Mondays. Procedures have been put in place throughout the nature reserves. By following these procedures and sticking to the social distancing guidelines you will be safe. It is important to follow all instructions from staff and volunteers and take notice of all signs. Both of the centres will be operating

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MELTON POLICE OFFICER INJURED

Melton and Rutland police have released details of a Melton police officer injured after an incident in Thorpe Road, Melton Mowbray After stopping a vehicle the officers tried to talk to the driver. One of the officers, PC Davey Rawlings said “An officer asked the driver to get out of the car”. The driver refused the officers request and started to drive off while the officer was leaning through the driver’s window. The car was eventually stopped and the driver,

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BLM March Through Oakham

Today, Saturday 13th June, around 100 people held a BLM march through Oakham in support of anti-racism. The walk began at the Oakham Library at 11.30 this morning and after a short while congregating there set off down the High Street to Church Street and on up to Cutts Close. The BLM march through Oakham was a peaceful affair in which people of all ages took part. At the end of the walk the supporters were encouraged to kneel on

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