Burghley Horse Trials Director steps down
The Event Director of the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials is stepping down after over 40 years’ association with the world’s most prestigious equestrian show.
Rutland car enthusiasts meet again for the first time this year.
The Greetham Gathering re-opens its gates to car enthusiasts tonight as the easing of restrictions allow their evening meet to get underway once more.
Masks and distancing ‘still a good measure’
As Rutland exits Covid restrictions today, Rutland’s Director of Public Health reminds us to remain cautious.
Priority shifts from Covid vaccinations back to GP appointments
As Rutland achieves 20,000 second jabs of the Covid vaccines, the priority will begin to shift back towards routine healthcare.
Melton hosts UK's largest cheese fair
Melton Mowbray - the 'rural capital of food', is holding the Artisan Cheese Fair this weekend.
Locals encouraged to consult on 650 new homes for Rutland
As plans firm up for 650 new homes to be built off the Casterton Road, locals are being encouraged to have their say about the development.
Have you shared your views about life in Rutland?
The results of The Future Rutland Conversation have just been published but there is still an opportunity to have your say about life in the county.
A6003 by Manton Bridge finally open again
After nearly three months of diversions, the A6003 by the newly replaced Manton Bridge has now re-opened.
Stamford pub holds Big Tea as part of NHS birthday celebrations
The Danish Invader in Stamford is holding an NHS Big Tea event this afternoon, as part of a countrywide celebration of the NHS’ 73rd birthday.