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Uppingham WW1 Remembrance PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 05 November 2018 06:09

altWith the help of many volunteers Uppingham prepared for Sunday November 11th  and the centenary commemorative events of the end of WW1. Pictured is the superb town hall weeping window poppy display created by Uppingham resident and In Bloom champion Sue Streeter and her team of volunteers.

We will remember them. 

Uppingham Vanguard Board

November 20th 

Special Guest Corby BC CEO


UNF WW1 Lunch PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 21 October 2018 18:51
altCome and here the Mayor of Oakham, Adam Lowe, presentation in WW1 uniform entitled 'The Ruler' on November 11th at this community lunch. Only 10 tickets now available. We will remember them. 
Rotary Polio Day PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 21 October 2018 18:44
altSupport the world wide eradication of polio by giving generously in Uppingham town centre on Friday. Look out for the Rotary collectors. 
Uppingham Neighbourhood Forum 2018 Review PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 21 October 2018 18:36

altUppingham Neighbourhood Forum (UNF) has announced that every household in Uppingham, Rutland is to receive a twelve page booklet by the end of the month entitled the 'UNF 2018 Review'. Copies will also be available for all new residents moving into the town over the next 12 months. Funding agencies which have supported Forum activities are to be forwarded a copy.

The booklet will summarise the work of the Forum and its community partners over recent years and thank residents for their neighbourly conduct and volunteering efforts. The review also outlines the Forum's priorities for the coming year and details a number of future volunteering opportunities.

Accompanying the booklet will be a copy of the new Uppingham Household Emergency Card,  details of the ticketed WW1 events for November 11th, the date of the next defibrillator volunteer training session,  a copy of the community's police special recruiting initiative and advance notice of a Rotary led Craft Fair featuring products created by local artisans.

Commenting upon on the publication UNF Coordinator Ron Simpson said, "Janet Thompson and her UNF team have achieved a great deal in recent years. The  booklet neatly captures much of the activity where community groups, statutory agencies  and volunteers have collaborated to make a difference. The booklet will also be published online".  

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Help Keep Uppingham Safe PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 06 October 2018 19:16

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