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17th January 2019


Oakham’s Community Poppy Project Display

For the next month the grounds of Oakham Castle will be awash with the colour red. All thanks to the Community poppy project display Over 10,000 ceramic poppies, all made by local people, will be displayed around the Castle grounds to commemorate the centenary end of WWI. The display will be here for a month After


Fire Fighters from Oakham fore station spent today, Saturday 15th September 2018, washing cars to raise money for the Fire Fighters charity. Drivers were encouraged to visit the station on South Street in Oakham to have their cars and vans washed to a very high standard and in return donate cash to the charity. After


Wednesday evening (12th September) in Oakham’s Market Place, visitors were treated to a spectacular performance of The Beating Retreat by the band of the Brigade of Gurkhas. Beating Retreat is a military ceremony that dates back to the 16th century and used to recall troops patrolling nearby back to their castle. The Gurkhas put on

Morcott Loungers v The Old Plough

Recently the Morcott Loungers pétanque team played against the Old Plough team from Braunston The match, although a Rutland League game was played in the best spirit and an enjoyable evening was had by all. Afterwards a supper was enjoyed by both teams.

Oakham Food Festival a Huge Success

Sunday’s Oakham Food Festival (28th June 2018) in the Market Place, the Castle and the Victoria Hall was a huge success. The many visitors to the town enjoyed a feast of foods and drinks to taste and buy and with the glorious weather encouraging people to venture out, the Food Festival attracted numerous tasters trying

Fly Tipping and Illegal Dumping of Rubbish

Rubbish, illegally dumped, thrown out of our cars and vans, or literally just dropped appears to be blighting our beautiful countryside more and more nowadays. Wherever we look there seems to be an inordinate amount of other people’s rubbish thrown in the hedge bottom, left in a lay by, or thrown out of a car

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