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Record number of hunters at The Living Ironstone Museum

Easter Sunday saw the launch of the new operating season at Rocks By Rail – The Living Ironstone Museum, Rutland’s own heritage railway. The museum in Cottesmore seeks to portray a rail worked East Midlands ironstone quarry of the 1950s and 60s with its

yesterday, 21:43 in Regional East
 

Charity cycle between London and Paris

An Uppingham woman will be cycling almost 300 miles to raise cash for a charity which supports those with a condition which has blighted her family. Alice Buzzard, 21, will be cycling from London to Paris in aid of the Multiple Sclerosis Society between

yesterday, 21:43 in Regional East
 

Weeks to go until county council elections

Only a few weeks remain before the district goes to the polls for the county council elections. Only a few weeks remain before the district goes to the polls for the county council elections. More than 107,000 residents are registered to vote on May 4 wi

Friday, 17:18 in Regional East
 

Rising Stars of Rutland Day

Some of the most able children in Year 5 at Malcolm Sargent Primary School in Stamford, Great Casterton Primary School, Empingham CE Primary School and Ryhall Primary School attended a ‘Rising Stars of Rutland Day at Casterton College Rutland. The high-l

Thursday, 17:13 in Regional East
 

Film based on Rutland man’s harrowing story to be released on DVD

A film based on a Rutland man which has won rave reviews is set to be released on DVD on Monday. Starfish tells the story of Tom and Nicola Ray, who live in Oakham, whose love is tested to the limit when Tom becomes critically ill with sepsis. As a resul

Thursday, 17:13 in Regional East
 

Sunny weather draws crowds to gardens

Unusually sunny weather helped draw crowds to see some beautiful Rutland gardens. Six gardens were open in Uppingham on Sunday as part of an event held every other year, which is organised by Uppingham Parish Church. It also included some of the grounds

14 April 2017 in Regional East
 

First osprey eggs are laid ready for Easter

Rutland Water’s resident ospreys have given the staff and visitors an early Easter surprise by laying this year’s first eggs. Having been extinct in England since the mid-1800s, 64 six-week-old Scottish Ospreys were released at the reservoir in England’s

10 April 2017 in Regional East
 

As London Marathon approaches, these runners are raring to go

Two people from Stamford will be pounding the streets of the capital later this month for the London Marathon in aid of causes close to their hearts. Marcus Brown will be running the event on April 23 to raise cash for a hospice that cared for two of his

9 April 2017 in Regional East
 


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