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Museum unveils new rail exhibits

Museum unveils new rail exhibits

Visitors to a living museum on iron ore workings discovered new exhibits paid for with a £2,000 grant. Rocks by Rail: The Living Ironstone Museum Cottesmore held its annual open day. The event on Sunday allowed staff to show off some of the work...

yesterday, 17:45 in Regional East
 
Village shop is named as one of the best

Village shop is named as one of the best

For the seventh year running, Mace Village Shop in Whissendine has been named as a top 1oo retailer by the Independent Achievers Academy Shop owners Nirav and Nipa Moodhvadiya, pictured above, said they were delighted not just to receive the award but...

yesterday, 17:45 in Regional East
 
Poppy appeal relaunches in village

Poppy appeal relaunches in village

Fiona Hill and Carol Urry who are Poppy Appeal organisers in RyhallPhoto: Lee Hellwing Carol Urry and Fiona Hill have come together to organise the Poppy Appeal for the Ryhall area. The former organiser left two years ago due to ill health and the...

yesterday, 14:15 in Regional East
 
Dog owner’s first book aged 73

Dog owner’s first book aged 73

Martin Lucas who has penned his first bookPhoto: Lee Hellwing Martin Lucas decided to write The Dog Made to Talk after studying dog training and behaviour. His interest came after buying Daisy, a Cocker Spaniel, six years ago. The first version of the...

Tuesday, 18:53 in Regional East
 
Rutland Olympians scoop medals at games

Rutland Olympians scoop medals at games

Rutland Conquerers (back row) Abbie Gray, Sam Burton, Chris Southwell, Sophie Garfoot and John Smith with (front row) Edward Sowter and Josh DarlingtonPhoto: Lee Hellwing Six members of Rutland Conquerers Inclusive Basketball team were part of the...

Monday, 12:45 in Regional East
 
Globetrotter seeks film cash

Globetrotter seeks film cash

A daring adventurer who travelled solo round the world is seeking £40,000 to help turn her story into a documentary film. Sarah Outen aims to use footage shot as she covered 25,000 miles on her London2London: Via the World expedition where she planned...

Sunday, 13:50 in Regional East
 
Libraries launch new book range to help support people

Libraries launch new book range to help support people

Libraries across Rutland have launched a new range of books to help support people with long term health conditions by offering free information and guidance. Reading Well for people with long term conditions is part of the national Reading Well Books...

Saturday, 17:30 in Regional East
 
Family abseil 585ft to raise charity funds

Family abseil 585ft to raise charity funds

A brave family raised more than £3,000 by abseiling 585ft down the ArcelorMittal Orbit for charity. Lorna Grey and her husband Allan, 68, were joined by their daughters Hanna Coburn, 39, and Lucy Hewerdine, 38, for the challenge in the Queen Elizabeth...

Friday, 16:58 in Regional East
 
Council moves forward with town centre one-way plan

Council moves forward with town centre one-way plan

Approval has been given for detailed plans for a controversial one-way system in a town centre. Rutland County Council has asked for the work in regards to Oakham High Street. The authority offered two options for upgrading the High Street which it...

Thursday, 15:05 in Regional East
 
Putting fun into Anna’s Hope run

Putting fun into Anna’s Hope run

Families and children put the fun into the Anna’s Hope 5k Fun Run on Sunday. The event, which is popular with young and old alike, took place ahead of the Perkins Great Eastern Run - a half marathon through the streets of Peterborough. And everyone...

Thursday, 14:39 in Regional East
 


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