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Uppingham Community Group Wins Research Award PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 06 December 2009 09:45

The Beeches Residents' Association (BRA), an active member of the Rutland Neighbourhood Watch Association and Uppingham First, has won a Capacity Builders research grant  to explore new approaches to community engagement for Neighbourhood Watch.

Book Launch a Resounding Success PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 21 November 2009 13:08

Almost 100 cricket enthusiasts and local history society members attended Uppingham Town Hall today for the launch of Roy Stephenson's new book entitled HH Stephenson A Cricketing Journey: Kennington Oval to Uppingham School. Special guest at the occasion was Peter Wynne-Thomas, Nottinghamshire CCC Librarian and Archivist. 



2009 Fatstock Show a Success PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 20 November 2009 20:03

The 2009 Fatstock show has once again proved to be a successful visitor attraction. Visitors impressed by the event immediately requested the date of next year's show. See the date under 'Events'.  The Fatstock Show is unique to Uppingham in Rutland being the only event of its type to take place in a town Market Square.                                              



Neighbourhood Forum Hosts Discussion on Uppingham Carbon Challenge Fund Bid PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 20 November 2009 15:29

Uppingham Neighbourhood Forum held an open meeting on November 25th as part of a community consultation on a bid to the Carbon Challenge Fund in respect of a Community Hub for Uppingham. Commenting on the meeting, Forum Coordinator Ron Simpson said, " I found the presentation on the bid and subsequent discussion both informative and thought provoking. Ric Ellis is to be congratulated for all the hard work he has put into the bid so far".   

Partnership to Give More Time for 2025 Responses PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 20 November 2009 15:23
Continuing positive feedback on the ideas contained in the publication Uppingham 2025 have resulted in the Board of Uppingham First allocating more time to collecting community views and delaying a discussion on them to be hosted by the Uppingham Neighbourhood Forum. A public discussion on the document is now to be held in January to allow more copies to be circulated to the community and more responses to be collected. The document can be read on line at www.uppinghamfirst.co.uk

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