There will be a rare opportunity to go behind the scenes at Belvoir Castle soon with a tour hosted by the Duchess of Rutland herself.
It’s easy to think about the benefits of walking - fitness, fresh air and a chance to clear the mind.
On Sunday and Monday there will be a music festival at Cutts Close Park in Oakham.
All the pieces are now in place for the second Rutland Jigsaw Festival.
People can enjoy afternoon tea in a country garden to help support the care given by a local hospice.
August Bank Holiday beckons us to enjoy the last days of summer, so what is there to do this long weekend?
British comedy drama Military Wives will kick off a new season of cinema at Rutland County Museum.
Book now to attend the festival of verse, back with a programme of events at Stamford Arts Centre.
Grab your sandwiches and a hamper - an opportunity to spend time in the company of others is happening this weekend.
A traditional pub game is making a comeback thanks to a new competition starting in October.
A community group has announced the date for its Santa Fun Run.
Rockabilly band The Houndogs will perform a free pub gig this weekend.
For those who have missed live pub music, the White Lion at Whissendine is going all out to plug a gap.
Young dog lovers from across the country brought their four-legged friends along to Rutland Showground for a keenly-anticipated camp.
A selfless Stamford couple are embarking on another fundraising mission, just weeks after completing a huge project.
A two-day arts, crafts, and enterprise fair will take place at Rutland Garden Centre in Ashwell as part of its ‘Small Business Summer’ initiative.