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Sunday, 14 January 2018 14:32

altThe first 2018 meeting of Uppingham Business Forum was held on Tuesday January 16th in The Falcon Hotel. All Uppingham businesses were invited including those which are home based. Minutes of the meeting are available from This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  

Discussion items include a review of the festive period, the implications of the May 2018 General Data Protection Regulation, business views on the scrapping of credit card charges, reports on meetings with the Police and Crime Commissioner and the Deputy Chief Constable, the latest crime statistics and proposed 2018 road closures.

Local project updates included the Uppingham Hopper, the completion phase of the Antiques, Arts, Books and Creative Crafts Trail, the Rutland Electric Trail and the new Uppingham Online Portal and its associated broadband infrastructure.


    Uppingham in Bloom Winter Warmer Lunch 

Saturday Jan 27th - Church Rooms - 12noon  

       

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UppWatch PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 January 2018 16:39

altOld Time Music Hall

Saturday January 13th

The Falcon Hotel  7.30pm

Tickets from 01572 823465

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Disability Games PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 January 2018 16:36
altKnow someone in Rutland who might like to participate? Transport could be provided.
 
           Call Phil Marston on 01572 822731 
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Market Place Enquiry PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 January 2018 16:27

altCalls for an investigation into the circumstances leading up to the call out of two ambulances,  injuries to two elderly residents and the abandonment of the Uppingham Friday Market on Friday December 29th, are to be made at the next public meeting of the Uppingham Neighbourhood Forum. Pictured is one of the residents being treated by the first ambulance to arrive after a 45 minute wait lying on the icy market place surface following a fall.

Failure to treat the road surface, resulting in treacherous conditions, was blamed for a series of incidents which resulted in the majority of market traders refusing to stay once they had arrived, arguing the market place was dangerous and unsuitable for trading. Exceptions were the bread and fish stalls which did little trade but stayed several hours to assist the elderly who had suffered falls, along with some local traders.   

The appalling conditions and series of incidents were captured on the Uppingham Webcam and will be shown to Neighbourhood Forum attendees. Questions to be asked include which organisation is responsible for ice clearance in such circumstances and why no action was taken to ensure public safety on what is normally Uppingham's busiest trading day.   


 

Uppingham in Bloom Winter Warmer Lunch - Saturday Jan 27th

Church Rooms - 12noon to 1.30pm 

For Sale - Refurbished Spinning Wheel - Call 01780 722072

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Old Time Music Hall PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 23 December 2017 11:30

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Following popular demand old time music hall returns to The Falcon Hotel, Uppingham in Rutland. Guests are invited to wear period dress. 

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