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Banned advert inspires pupils

Banned advert inspires pupils

Banned advert inspires pupils

A class of primary school pupils have written letters to readers about the devastating effects of palm oil on the environment.


Recycle responsibly this Christmas

Recycle responsibly this Christmas

Recycle responsibly this Christmas

Rutland County Council is encouraging residents to cut down on festive waste and recycle responsibly over the Christmas and New Year period.


Community fridge will cut food waste

Community fridge will cut food waste

Community fridge will cut food waste

People who like to pick up a sell-by-date bargain in the supermarkets can now go one step further in helping to prevent food being thrown away.


Water project wins award

Water project wins award

Water project wins award

Allotment holders have won an environmental award.


In Bloom group invites pupils to support Countryfile's Plant Britain Campaign

In Bloom group invites pupils to support Countryfile's Plant Britain Campaign

In Bloom group invites pupils to support Countryfile's Plant Britain Campaign

Schoolchildren are being asked to channel their creative sides and help promote the global fight against climate change.


Oakham in Bloom invite pupils to support Countryfile's Plant Britain Campaign

Oakham in Bloom invite pupils to support Countryfile's Plant Britain Campaign

Oakham in Bloom invite pupils to support Countryfile's Plant Britain Campaign

Oakham In Bloom support BBC's Countryfile Plant Britain campaign with schools design competition


Rutland Water visitors asked to be alert as invasive non-native mussel spotted

Rutland Water visitors asked to be alert as invasive non-native mussel spotted

Rutland Water visitors asked to be alert as invasive non-native mussel spotted

Environment Agency asks public for help to limit spread of prolific non-native mussel at Rutland Water


McRubbish blights town streets

McRubbish blights town streets

McRubbish blights town streets

Rutland's first branch of McDonald's has already created an increase in litter, according to a campaigner from Litter Free Rutland.


Woodland to pay tribute to victims

Woodland to pay tribute to victims

Woodland to pay tribute to victims

The Rotary Club of Uppingham is fundraising to create a woodland in memory of victims of Covid-19 from Rutland.


Birders join to raise funds

Birders join to raise funds

Birders join to raise funds

Birders will come together for the first Global Bird Weekend - the brainchild of Tim Appleton.


New shop aims to help people ditch plastic

New shop aims to help people ditch plastic

New shop aims to help people ditch plastic

People keen to ditch the plastic from their shopping baskets can do more for the environment thanks to a new venture.


Going green to mark flag award

Going green to mark flag award

Going green to mark flag award

Normanton Church at Rutland Water will be illuminated green tonight to mark the reservoir getting a Green Flag Awa


Water drainage issue to be fixed

Water drainage issue to be fixed

Water drainage issue to be fixed

An 'extensive programme of works' involving the replacement of a whole section of drainage system is scheduled to take place next month.


Looking ahead with a year in pictures

Looking ahead with a year in pictures

Looking ahead with a year in pictures

Some key events might be missing from the 2021 Rutland Calendar but the man behind it was determined to make sure it was out.


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