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Saturday, 21 January 2017 12:01
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Open Gardens PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 21 January 2017 11:55
Rutland residents and visitors are to be able to view five gardens at an unusual time of the year in 2017. The event is to be held between 2pm and 6pm on Sunday April 9th. Four of the gardens are at private homes. The fifth is the garden around the Uppingham School new Science Block. There will also be a special display of hanging baskets in High Street West. Tickets, in aid of church funds, are £4 (£1 for accompanied children).  

Also on offer, linked to the event, are afternoon teas with optional champagne in the Church Hall, an Easter Egg hunt and a display of photographs of Uppingham School buildings before and after recent changes.  Tickets from the Porter's Lodge in High Street West or the Church Hall.


 
NHS Community Engagement PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 21 January 2017 11:05

altResidents of Uppingham and its surrounding villages are being urged to attend a meeting in Uppingham to discuss the proposed changes  to NHS hospitals in the area.

The NHS has published a draft Strategic Transformational Plan (STP) which includes proposals to close Leicester General Hospital, the maternity unit at Melton and the beds at Rutland Memorial Hospital. The Plan also proposes a Home First strategy for future care requiring a considerable re-deployment of resources. Its authors now wish to engage with the public, explain its rationale and proposed actions and hear public concerns. 

The meeting will be held in The Falcon Hotel on Thursday January 26th commencing at 6.30pm. Come early for a good seat. Among the audience will be members of the Uppingham Neighbourhood Forum and Board members of Uppingham First. The draft STP can be seen here.  

 

 

 

 Uppingham in Bloom Winter Warmer - 12noon to 1.30pm - Saturday January 28th

A 2 course fund raising lunch in  St Peter & St Paul's Church Rooms 

Uppingham Open Gardens - April 9th 2017            High Sheriff's Musical  Safari - February 4th

Uppingham Flower and Produce Show - August 6th

 
NHS Community Engagement PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 21 January 2017 11:05

Residents of Uppingham and its surrounding villages are being urged to attend a meeting in Uppingham to discuss the proposed changes  to NHS hospitals in the area.

The NHS has published a draft Strategic Transformational Plan (STP) which includes proposals to close Leicester General Hospital, the maternity unit at Melton and the beds at Rutland Memorial Hospital. The Plan also proposes a Home First strategy for future care requiring a considerable re-deployment of resources. Its authors now wish to engage with the public, explain its rationale and proposed actions and hear public concerns. 

The meeting will be held in The Falcon Hotel on Thursday January 26th commencing at 6.30pm. Come early for a good seat. Among the audience will be members of the Uppingham Neighborhood Forum and Board members of Uppingham First. The draft STP can be seen here.     

 
NHS Community Engagement PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 21 January 2017 11:05

Residents of Uppingham and its surrounding villages are being urged to attend a meeting in Uppingham to discuss the proposed changes  to NHS hospitals in the area.

The NHS has published a draft Strategic Transformational Plan (STP) which includes proposals to close Leicester General Hospital, the maternity unit at Melton and the beds at Rutland Memorial Hospital. The Plan also proposes a Home First strategy for future care requiring a considerable re-deployment of resources. Its authors now wish to engage with the public, explain its rationale and proposed actions and hear public concerns. 

The meeting will be held in The Falcon Hotel on Thursday January 26th commencing at 6.30pm. Come early for a good seat. Among the audience will be members of the Uppingham Neighborhood Forum and Board members of Uppingham First. The draft STP can be seen here.     

 
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