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A busy time for gardener Joe

A busy time for gardener Joe

A busy time for gardener Joe

Head gardner at Burghley House, Joe Whitehead, gave a talk to the Rutland Group of the Hardy Plant Society.


'Rutland is a county under threat'

'Rutland is a county under threat'

'Rutland is a county under threat'

The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) Rutland’s alternative vision for development has been launched at a meeting.


Climate change activist believes ‘we have 10 years to do something’

Climate change activist believes ‘we have 10 years to do something’

Climate change activist believes ‘we have 10 years to do something’

Maggie Bentley is a familiar face in Stamford's High Street as part of Fridays for Future.


Podcast launched by TV gardener is a hit

Podcast launched by TV gardener is a hit

Podcast launched by TV gardener is a hit

'Roots, Wings and Other Things', with Adam Frost from Gardener's World was launched in September last year.


Charity hosts plan meeting

Charity hosts plan meeting

Charity hosts plan meeting

The Rutland branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England is to discuss the newly-adopted county local plan at a public meeting.


Fairtrade Fortnight in county

Fairtrade Fortnight in county

Fairtrade Fortnight in county

Events to mark Fairtade Fortnight are being held in Oakham and Whissendine.


Business pledges to plant trees

Business pledges to plant trees

Business pledges to plant trees

An estate agents is pledging to plant a tree for every house they sell in 2020.


Charity bin is finally in place

Charity bin is finally in place

Charity bin is finally in place

A recycling bin which collects cans that will be turned into hospital helipads has been installed at a town’s car park.


Boost for green rebellion group

Boost for green rebellion group

Boost for green rebellion group

The Stamford Extinction Rebellion group say 20 new members have signed up after a ‘Heading for Extinction’ talk.


Have people really not heard of Rutland?

Have people really not heard of Rutland?

Have people really not heard of Rutland?

The Daily Telegraph might suggest ‘few people have ever even heard of Rutland'’, but flourishing visitor numbers tell a different story.


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