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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.


Owner of historic house loses battle to build orangery

Owner of historic house loses battle to build orangery

Owner of historic house loses battle to build orangery

The owner of an historic building in Rutland has lost her battle to build an orangery on the back of the house.


Hairdresser to launch refill shop

Hairdresser to launch refill shop

Hairdresser to launch refill shop

A community initiative has been launched to set up a zero-waste shop.


Trailers could return to the tip

Trailers could return to the tip

Trailers could return to the tip

New measures are being introduced which could allow people to take trailers to the tip again.


Nature reserve extends open season

Nature reserve extends open season

Nature reserve extends open season

A wildlife centre has extended its open season.


Beekeepers warn people to look out for vicious Asian hornets

Beekeepers warn people to look out for vicious Asian hornets

Beekeepers warn people to look out for vicious Asian hornets

Beekeepers are urging people to be on the lookout for vicious Asian hornets which can grow to three times the size of a common wasp.


Badger culling to be allowed in Lincolnshire and Leicestershire to stop spread of TB in cattle

Badger culling to be allowed in Lincolnshire and Leicestershire to stop spread of TB in cattle

Badger culling to be allowed in Lincolnshire and Leicestershire to stop spread of TB in cattle

Up to 70,000 badgers could be shot this year in an effort to stop bovine TB which sees 30,000 cattle slaughtered annually.


New £1m community hub would be 'beating heart' of village

New £1m community hub would be 'beating heart' of village

New £1m community hub would be 'beating heart' of village

Plans have now been lodged to create a £1 million community hub in a Rutland village.


North American monster invades British waters

North American monster invades British waters

North American monster invades British waters

An invasive green monster is creeping its way through the area’s watercourses, leaving ducks waist-deep in weed and forcing out native plants.


Village in a flap over huge hen house

Village in a flap over huge hen house

Village in a flap over huge hen house

Feathers are most certainly ruffled in a Rutland village where plans have been approved to build a rearing shed for 80,000 chickens.

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