Exton and Horn Parish Council

Serving the people of Exton and Horn

Clerk: Helen Duckering
3 Ruddle Way, Langham, Rutland
LE15 7NZ

Tel: 01572 759554

Author: Paul Taylor

Leicestershire Police newslestter

Leicestershire Police newslestter

For the latest Rutland newsletter from Leicestershire Police please see the attachment below.

Posted: Thu, 11 Mar 2021 13:27 by Paul Taylor

Tags: News

Message from Centrebus re bus services

Message from Centrebus re bus services

Since the government announcement on 22nd February and the roadmap to ease out of lockdown we have been working with our bus operators on re-building our local bus services. Several changes will come into effect from 8th March 2021 including the addition of an earlier journey to the RF2 service in order to assist with getting students into Oakham to meet up with other transport connections. I attach... Read More »

Posted: Sat, 06 Mar 2021 16:22 by Paul Taylor

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Christmas services at Exton

Christmas services at Exton

For details of Christmas services see the attachment

Posted: Sun, 06 Dec 2020 10:55 by Paul Taylor

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Covid lockdown latest news

Covid lockdown latest news

If anyone requires assistance during the current lockdown, for example with shopping, we hope to resurrect the volunteer scheme running in the last lockdown. Please contact Annette Oliver (annetteoliver63@gmail.com or telephone 01572 812233).

For the latest beifing on the current lockdown from Rutland County Council please see the attachment.

Posted: Thu, 05 Nov 2020 15:26 by Paul Taylor

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Changes at the Parish Council

Changes at the Parish Council

At the Annual Parish Meeting Derek Palmer the previous Chairman announced his resignation from the Council. John Pitts was elected as the new Chairman while Tommy Cooper was elected as Vice Chairman.

Annette Oliver is also stepping down from the role of Clerk to the Parish Council and Helen Duckering has been appointed as the new Clerk. Helen's contact details can be found on the About the Council ... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 24 Sep 2020 10:16 by Paul Taylor

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Update from Parish Clerk

Update from Parish Clerk

Dear Residents

EXTON UPDATE – LATEST

Playpark opening

The Exton and Horn Parish Council is pleased to announce that the Play park will be open for use Saturday 3rd August. The wooden skateboard ramp has now been repaired at a cost of almost £2000. It seems the ramp will require regular maintenance on an annual basis of possibly £300 or more; it would be great if users would try and consider... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 11 Aug 2020 10:11 by Paul Taylor

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Vacancy on the Parish Council

Vacancy on the Parish Council

Would you like to serve your local community and help make decisions about local issues in the Parish of Exton and Horn. Why not apply to be a Parish Councillor?

Following the resignation of Derek Palmer from the Parish Council there is a vacancy. For full details please see the notice below.

If you have any questions about this role please contact Annette Oliver, the Parish Clerk at annetteoliver63@gmail.com... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 15 Jul 2020 17:11 by Paul Taylor

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Exton Playpark update

Exton Playpark update

Exton Playpark has been closed for some weeks due to the Cornavirus. However, the Parish Council plan to re-open it shortly once repairs have been carried out to the equipment. Users will need to take sensible precautions in using the park due to the risks posed by Covid 19. For further details please see the attached report from the Parish Clerk.

Posted: Wed, 15 Jul 2020 17:01 by Paul Taylor

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Update from Parish Clerk

Update from Parish Clerk

EXTON AND HORN UPDATE 3rd July 2020

Foodbank
A message from Ali Wainwright – Chair Rutland Foodbank On behalf of the Rutland Foodbank I'm pleased to say thank you to everyone involved in the Community Collections Scheme. No-one could have predicated the situation we find ourselves in and the impact upon our local communities. Already this financial year the Foodbank has helped over 550 people... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 03 Jul 2020 18:08 by Paul Taylor

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Playpark vandalism

Playpark vandalism

It is disappointing to report that while the world is fighting a virus of huge proportions and in this small village people have had their lives turned upside down because of it, a mindless individual has decided this is a good time to shoot air pellets into the slide in the playpark.As soon as the Government advises we may do so then this recreation area will be opened up properly for use and the... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 19 Jun 2020 13:33 by Paul Taylor

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