Uppingham YouTube Channel PDF Print E-mail
Written by Uppingham Neighbourhood Forum   
Wednesday, 27 April 2016 19:43

The Uppingham Neighbourhood Forum has launched a YouTube Channel. The channel will be used to give community access to a range of recorded public meetings and events.

Uppingham Town Council has been given the honour of being the first organisation to be represented on the channel  with a seven part recording of its April 2016 council meeting. Items of public interest include the debate on a proposal to list the empty pub in Queen Street as an asset of community value and a discussion over the need for public consultation before approving road and car park closures such as that for the Annual Fair. 

Information on the new channel is available from  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   See the council meeting here 

Uppingham Neighbourhood Forum  - Thursday May 19th 2016 - 7.30pm - The Falcon Hotel

Agenda Includes:  Secret Ballot on Europe; European Refugee Presentation; Crime Report

Last Updated on Thursday, 28 April 2016 07:03
High Street Welcomes New Investment PDF Print E-mail
Written by Uppingham Business Forum   
Wednesday, 27 April 2016 20:15
Inward investment continues for Uppingham High Street with a number of new 'independent' arrivals and updates for some existing businesses. 
Pictured is unique gifts and jewellery dealer Blue Gryphon which is to be found in High Street West. A new ladies clothes independent will open soon in Queen Street. Martins Newsagent has had a facelift and is now McColl's. The new conference centre and garden (rumoured to be superb) at The Falcon Hotel is moving toward completion.
More investment news soon with a proposal for a £50k Virtual High Street and Uppingham App now submitted  for European Leader funding support, and the details of a fibre to the premise broadband duct for the town centre due for publication as part of the Uppingham Town Centre and Business Zones Plan.
Uppingham Business Forum
Tuesday May 10th 2016
6pm - The Falcon Hotel  
Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 April 2016 20:54
Freedom of the Town PDF Print E-mail
Written by Uppingham First   
Wednesday, 27 April 2016 20:00
On Tuesday 3rd May 2016 the town and community of Uppingham recognise the service given by The Royal Anglian Regiment both in Rutland and around the world. A ceremony will be conducted in the Market Place commencing at about 10:15am with entertainment by a corps of drums. Ceremony timings are as follows:-


10:15am - Corps of Drums perform in the Market Place

10:30am - Parade steps off from the science block at Uppingham School

10:40am - Parade arrives in the Market Place

10:45am - General salute

10:50am - Service conducted by Canon Rachel Watts & Rev. R D Burley

11:00am - Inspection of troops

11:00am - Presentation of Freedom Scroll by Cllr David Ainslie, Mayor Uppingham

11:25am - Parade marches down High Street East

11:45am - Civic Reception on Tod's Piece

Invites have been issued to all local schools to line the route and some of Uppingham School's cadet force will help with the event.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 April 2016 20:06

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