Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Botcheston Bonfire and Fireworks Display.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5

Botcheston Bonfire and Fireworks Display. 

Bonfire with fireworks display from 6:30pm. 

Hot food available plus a bar. 

Venue details: Botcheson Village Hall, 15 Main Street, Botcheston, Leicestershire, LE9 9FF. 01455 824372.

Foxton Fireworks at the Shoulder of Mutton, in Foxton.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5

Foxton Fireworks at the Shoulder of Mutton, in Foxton. 

Bonfire and fireworks at the Shoulder of Mutton in aid of Foxton pre school, 
Foxton Scouts and Gumley CC 

Adults £4.50 kids £2.50. 

The fun starts at 7pm. Contact: Sam.smith69@btinternet.com 

Venue details: Shoulder of Mutton, 60 Main Street, Foxton LE16 7RB.

Vipers RFC Bonfire Night at Vipers RFC, Blaby, Blaby-by-pass, Whetstone, LE8 6DA.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5

Vipers RFC Bonfire Night at Vipers RFC, Blaby.

Gates open at 6pm and the fire will be lit at 7pm. Fireworks 7.30pm.
"Fantastic Bonfire Night Fun!"

As wellas the bonfire and firework display, there will be a funfair, food and bar.

£15 per car or on foot £5 per person (under 10's free if accompanied by an adult).

See the website: www.vipersrfc.co.uk

Venue details: Vipers Rugby Football Club, Blaby-by-pass, Whetstone, LE8 6DA.

Bonfire Night at the Great Central Railway. Quorn and Woodhouse station is the venue for a big bonfire and firework display

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5

Bonfire Night at the Great Central Railway. Quorn and Woodhouse station is the venue for a big bonfire and firework display plus children's rides, beer tent and hot food.

You can arrive at the gate - or travel in by train from Loughborough, Rothley or Leicester North station.

From 6pm to 11pm.

Venue details: Quorn and Woodhouse Station, Woodhouse Road, Quorn, LE12 8AG.

St Andrews Football Club Bonfire & Fireworks, Canal Street, Leicester LE2 8LA.


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10

St Andrews Football Club Bonfire & Fireworks at St Andrews Football Club, Aylestone. Bonfire and Fireworks offering a great night out for all the family, Fairground rides, BBQ, Hot Food and lots more... Venue details: St Andrews Football Club, Canal Street, Leicester LE2 8LA.

Leicester Forest Rugby Club Fireworks display, Hinckley Road, Leicester Forest East, Leicester, LE3 3PJ

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4

Leicester Forest Rugby Club display.

The doors open at 4pm and the bonfire starts at 5.30pm with fireworks scheduled for 6.30pm.

Tickets in advance £15 per family, £5 adult, £3 per child. Or on the gate £25 family, £8 adult, £5 per child.

Venue details: Hinckley Road, Leicester Forest East, Leicester, LE3 3PJ

Burbage Firework Display 2012

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4

Burbage Firework Display 2012.

The village's annual firework display is at the Britannia Fields, off Britannia Road.

Venue details: Britannia Fields, Off Britannia Road, Burbage, Hinckley, Leicestershire. 0844 357 8769

Fireworks at Conkers, Ashby Rotary Club, Conkers, Rawdon Road, nr Swadlincote DE12 6GA.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Fireworks at Conkers.

An evening for all the family including children’s rides, face painting and a fireworks extravaganza!
Doors open 5pm with the main display at 7.30pm. Price: £5.50 adult. £3 child.

Ticket sales proceeds go to charity and the evening is being presented by Ashby Rotary Club.

Venue details: Conkers, Rawdon Road, nr Swadlincote DE12 6GA. 01283 216633

Fight of the Fire Dragons at Twinlakes Park.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Fight of the Fire Dragons at Twinlakes Park.

An all-day event at Twinlakes near Melton with torches to light up the stalls and games, live music, kids' entertainer, BBQ.

When: 10am to 9pm. Bonfire lit at 6pm and fireworks at 7.15pm.

Venue details: Twinlakes Park, Melton Spinney Road Melton Mowbray LE14 4SB. 01664 567777.

Rainbows Festival of Fireworks at Leicester Racecourse, Sponsored by Gem106

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Rainbows Festival of Fireworks at Leicester Racecourse

The annual Rainbows' Bonfire Night will be packed full of fireworks, with funfair and a huge bonfire and firework display at Leicester Racecourse. Sponsored by Gem106.

When: 5:30pm gates and fun fair open. 7pm Children's firework display. 7.30pm

lighting the bonfire. 8.15pm main firework display.

Venue details: Leicester Racecourse, Oadby, Leicestershire, LE2 4AL. 0116 271 9480.

Loros Fireworks Extravaganza and Bonfire at Mallory Race Track.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Loros Fireworks Extravaganza and Bonfire at Mallory Race Track.

An evening of entertainment with fireworks topping the bill. Gates open 5.30pm, entertainment 6.30pm, bonfire 7.45pm and fireworks 8.30pm.

Tickets available at Loros shops and online. Cost: adults £3, concessions £2, family ticket £8 (under-fives free). On the night: adults £5, concessions £3.

Venue details: Mallory Race Track, Kirkby Mallory Leicester LE9 7QE. 01455 842931

Hathern Firework & Bonfire Party, Hathern Nurseries, Whatton Road, Hathern, LE12 5LX.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Hathern Firework & Bonfire Party.
The annual event features "an even bigger and better" display, mini-funfair, stalls, bar, music & BBQ
and a huge bonfire.

Venue details: Hathern Nurseries, Whatton Road, Hathern, LE12 5LX.

Bonfire Night Firework Express at the Battlefield Line.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Bonfire Night Firework Express at the Battlefield Line. The train departs Shackerstone Station at 6pm for a round-trip to Market Bosworth Station where there are bonfire and fireworks. The train then continues its trip back to Shackerstone Station. Refreshments will be available both on the train and also at Market Bosworth Station. Prices: Adults £10, senior £7.50, children £6, family £25. Venue details: Market Bosworth Station, Station Road, Market Bosworth CV13 0PE.

Firework Spooktacular at Snibston Discovery Park.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Firework Spooktacular at Snibston Discovery Park. 
A choreographed Fireworks Spooktacular with bonfire. 
The Halloween theme event includes spooky surprises and ghouls galore.
The evening starts off at 5pm with free admission to the museum galleries and live entertainment including Hermitage FM Radio Roadshow, live bands. Characters will be on hand to meet and greet you. Children's rides and a spooky ghost train. 
Hot food and refreshments will be on offer all evening. 

No sparklers, fireworks, alchohol or dogs allowed. 

Start time 5pm. Fireworks 7.45pm. Advance £5. On the door £7. Family of 4 £18 (booking only) 

Venue details: Snibston Discovery Park, Ashby Rd Coalville LE67 3LN. 01530 278444.

Abbey Park Bonfire and Fireworks Display is Leicester’s biggest display, BBC Radio Leicester


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Abbey Park Bonfire and Fireworks Display is Leicester’s biggest display,

attracting over 15,000 visitors. In addition to the main fireworks at 8pm there’s also a children’s firework display, at 6.45pm for a younger audience. BBC Radio Leicester presenters will be hosting a stage

programme including an appearance from ‘A Tiger who Came to Tea’. Elsewhere on site there will be fire dance performances by Phosphorus, a children’s funfair, food stalls and, of course, the bonfire.

Gates open 5pm, last admission 7.30pm. Advance tickets: Adults £4.50, concessions £3, family £13.
On the gate: Adults £6, Concessions £4 (no family tickets available on the gate), children under-five free. Venue details: Abbey Park Road, Leicester, LE4 5AQ.

Sileby Fireworks Display and Bonfire Night. Head to Sileby Redlands Community Primary School

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2

Sileby Fireworks Display and Bonfire Night. Head to Sileby Redlands Community Primary School
for the professional display plus a Guy competition, children's rides, stalls, refreshments, BBQ.
Please bring a torch. Family tickets £10. Adults £3.50. Children £2. On the gate: £4, £2.50.

Tickets available at Redlands School and Cafe Nineteen in High Street, Sileby.

When: Gates open at 6pm.
Venue details: King Street, Sileby, Loughborough LE12 7LZ. 0150981 2376 .

Chairman’s music and fireworks for charity, The Nottinghamshire Performing Arts Advanced Music Ensemble, Kelham Hall


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8

Chairman’s music and fireworks for charity:
The Nottinghamshire Performing Arts Advanced Music Ensemble
will provide a taste of classical music for the event which will be held in the grounds of Kelham Hall
from 7pm. Classical music will be rounded off with a firework display and tickets also include a party
supper.

Tickets cost £15 for adults and £12 for under 16s and can be purchased
by calling the council office on 01636 655911.

Ancaster Primary PTFA firework extravaganza:

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5

Ancaster Primary PTFA firework extravaganza:
Gates open at 6.30pm.
Adults £3, children £2, under 4s free.

Sleaford Town Football Club: Fairground rides and food stalls will complement the fireworks display at Eslaforde Park

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5

Sleaford Town Football Club: Fairground rides and food stalls will complement the fireworks display at Eslaforde Park. Gates open at 6pm with fireworks at 7.30pm. A raffle and tombola will also take place. Tickets cost £3 for adults, £2 for under 16's and under 5's are free.

Car parking is free and a complimentary bus service is running from Sleaford Market place to the ground from 6pm onwards.

Retford Rugby Club: A 'Firework Spectacular'

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5

Retford Rugby Club: A 'Firework Spectacular' will offer something to suit all ages.
Gates open at 6pm and the bonfire is lit at 6.45pm.
There will be a children's firework display at 7.15pm with the main display at 7.45pm.
There will also be a bar and food.

Newark Rugby Union: The Rugby Ground on Kelham Road is playing host to a firework spectacular

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5

Newark Rugby Union: The Rugby Ground on Kelham Road is playing host to a firework spectacular and bonfire night celebrations.

The venue offers fairground rides along with food, refreshments and a licensed bar.
Gates open at 5:30pm, the bonfire will be lit at 7:30pm and the firework display begins at 7:45pm. Admission costs £5 for pedestrians and £15 for cars.

Bottesford Bonfire Night and Firework Display, Vale of Belvoir Lions

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5

Bottesford Bonfire Night and Firework Display:
Annual event organised by Vale of Belvoir Lions and held at The Paddocks,
Devon Lane.

In addition to the stunning fireworks display there will be food and drinks.
Tickets cost £3 for adults, £1 for under 16s.
Gates open at 6.15pm and the event starts at 7pm.

Royal Hotel, Drummond Road, Skegness: Bonfire night fireworks display

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5

Royal Hotel, Drummond Road, Skegness:
Bonfire night fireworks display. 5pm to 10pm.

Horncastle and District Lions Club: The annual charity bonfire and firework display

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5

Horncastle and District Lions Club: The annual charity bonfire and firework display
In the field on the corner of Lincoln Road and Thimbleby Hill junction, Horncastle.
Gates open at 6.00pm, the bonfire is lit at 6.30pm and the firework display starts at 7.00pm.
Entrance costs £3.00 per adult, £2.00 per child, £10 family ticket and children under five go free.
Hot dogs, burgers and refreshments available. All proceeds go to local Lions' charities.

Baston Fireworks' Annual Firework's Display: 'Great Britain' is the theme

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4

Baston Fireworks' Annual Firework's Display: 'Great Britain' is the theme
of this year's spectacular staged on the Brudenell Playing Fields, Main Street.

The event opens at 3pm with the fun fair, followed by the food court at 4pm and braziers being lit at 5.30pm.

The children's firework display, which does not have many big bangs but plenty of light, music and excitement, starts at 6pm. The main display, accompanied by themed music, kicks off at 7pm. Tickets,

available from Baston Village Post Office, Main Street, cost £15 for a family of two adults and three children, £5 for adults and £2.50 for children. Tickets at the gate will cost £20 for a family, £7.50 for adults and £2.50 for children.

Skegness Stadium, Orby: Fireworks display with stock car and banger racing

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4

Skegness Stadium, Orby: 
Fireworks display with stock car and banger racing. Start 2pm. Adults £13.50, seniors £10, children £5 on the gate.

Jakeman’s Stadium, Boston: Boston United fireworks display.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4

Jakeman’s Stadium, Boston: Boston United fireworks display.

Gates open 5pm. Pre-display entertainment.
Grand firework display 7.30pm.

Lincoln Rugby Club: A firework display and barbecue

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4

Lincoln Rugby Club: A firework display and barbecue will be hosted at the club on St Giles Avenue.

The barbecue opens at 5pm and the fireworks are at 6pm.
The licensed bar will be open throughout.
Tickets cost £8 for families and £3 for single admission.

Oakham Town Council, Oakham Police Corruption, Grant Applications

Oakham Town Council, Oakham Police Corruption



Earlier this year I found an Oakham Town Councillor had presented a grant application to the Council.
There were issues with the application, criminal issues.

I notified Oakham Town Council and Melton Borough Council. (The applicants said they were also intending to make a similar large claim from that council, I notice that council no longer awards public money in this way, something Oakham Town Council should consider)

I also notified Oakham Police who were not interested in my complaint. An organisation who
listened to 10 idiots connected to local governance and then proceeded to treat me in the most
despicable manner.

The application was withdrawn at the meeting. The Clerk told the Councillor not to say anything. I imagine he learnt that from his father a ex Oakham Police Officer.


Oakham Mayor Alf Dewis always with his hands in 
pockets with the police comfortable in there 
I am surprised there is room for his hands 
when  I meet him I never shake his hand it might be damp?


Regular readers will know the past issues, I had with the former LPU commander Inspector Johnny Monks,
who lived in the pocket of Rutland County Council and Oakham Town Council and the disgraceful small
mob that supports them.


Inspector Kam Mystry

I was rather stupid to think anything would change when Inspector Kam Mystry took over. He can't even
look me in the eye.

He wrote to me and suggested, the police need not take any action against the Councillor because the Town
Council can deal with it.

He was wrong, so I persisted with my complaining.

The police wrote to me, I received the above letter today it took 3 months for them to reply to one of my complaints. I had received a previous reply complaining about me complaining and that officer suggested I sent my complaints to Inspector Kam Mystry, he wrote and told me email was inappropriate and I should pay to call 101 disgraceful...

They have failed to answer one of my questions, which of the two lodges Inspector Mystry belongs to. I can not think of any other reason why he failed to take action against the Councillor who belongs to two.

Six months on the Councillor and another person are now subject to criminal investigation by Leicestershire Constabularies Economic Crime unit.

In the meantime Oakham Town Councillors, Dewis, Lucas, Haworth, Lowe along with Rutland Tory Mobster Gene Plews and his team of retired depraved ex Councillors and supporters don't call for this Councillors resignation. Why?

Are they blogging and sending them filthy letters with the support of Oakham Police?

No of course not they continue to attack me because this Councillor who set out to defraud the tax payer
is such a good charity worker.

Is that what they used to say about Jimmy Saville?

Why are they not running to their friends at the Rutland Times?

Simple answer he is one of the mob, If the looks from the husband of the woman who lied to police a friend of this councillor could kill, I would be dead by now. I wonder how long the intimidation will continue?

Each year Oakham Town Council gives away tax payers money to their friends in the form of community grants.

They all feel as if they are beyond reproach.

Cllr Dodds gave away public money, Instead of returning the large sum of unused  money to the council.
No action was taken because the a solicitor advised the council it was their fault because they awarded the grant with no conditions attached.

They don't call for her resignation why?

Because in her own words "we have always done things this way"

The Councillor currently being investigated still attends meetings, Their input is next to nothing, They do not speak at the infrequent points of debate.

I wonder if they are charged, will they still attend meetings.

Will we read about in the Rutland Times? All so often ready to publish anything the mob tell them about me.

Newark Bonfire and Firework Display: A professional firework display at Sconce and Devon Park


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Newark Bonfire and Firework Display: A professional firework display at Sconce and Devon Park

has been organised by firefighters from Newark fire station.
There will be a funfair, hot and col refreshments, a huge bonfire and fantastic firework show.

Gates open from 5:30pm and entry costs £3 for adults and £1.50 for children and senior citizens.

Hop Pole Pub on Welham Road, Retford: Bonfire night celebrations

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Hop Pole Pub on Welham Road, Retford: Bonfire night celebrations
will include fireworks and a pie and pea supper.

Gates open at 6pm, bonfire lit at 6:45pm and fireworks display at 8pm.

The night will include live entertainment and an outside bar.

Tickets cost £4 for adults and £2 for children under 14 with under fives free.

Gainsborough Rotary Club: The firework display and bonfire will be lit in the town's Lea Park

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Gainsborough Rotary Club:

The firework display and bonfire will be lit in the town's Lea Park on Saturday, November 3, at 5.45pm.

Admission for adults is £4 per person, and children aged between two and 14 will be charged £2.

Food and drink will be available.

Empingham Social and Cricket Club Firework Night:

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Empingham Social and Cricket Club Firework Night:

Tickets cost £3 for adults and £2 for under 16s in advance and £4 for adults and £3 for under 16s on the door. Under two-years-old free.

No unaccompanied children. Doors open at 5.30 pm.

Grantham Rotary Bonfire and Fireworks: Annual event held at Trotters Lane, Harlaxton.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Grantham Rotary Bonfire and Fireworks: Annual event held at Trotters Lane, Harlaxton.

Tickets cost £10 for adults and £5 for schoolchildren and includes soup, burger and gingerbread.
Donation bar available.

The bonfire will be lit at 7pm, fireworks at 7.30pm. Contact Keith Hiley on (01476) 870501.

Lincolnshire Fire Aid Bonfire and Fireworks Display, Grantham:

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Lincolnshire Fire Aid Bonfire and Fireworks Display, Grantham:

This hugely-popular annual event, supported by Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue,
is being held in Belton Lane, Great Gonerby. As well as the spectacular
fireworks display there will be children's rides and food stalls.

Tickets cost £4, free for under 7s. The gates open at 5.30pm,
the bonfire will be lit at 7pm and the fireworks display starts at 7.30pm.

Princess Royal Sports Arena, Boston: Boston Rugby Football Club fireworks fiesta.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Princess Royal Sports Arena, Boston: Boston Rugby Football Club fireworks fiesta.

open 6pm. Fireworks display 7.30pm. Fairground rides, barbecue, licenced bar and balloon artist.

£3, children £2.

Sturton by Stow Recreation Field: Bonfire and firework display

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Sturton by Stow Recreation Field: Bonfire and firework display in Fleets Lane to raise money for the Primary School and Recreation Field.

Gates open at 6pm with hot food and drinks available.

Free car park at the school with a torchlit walk to the field at 6pm.

No pets or sparklers. For more details call Friends of Sturton School Association on 07947 818528 or 07930 627525

Lincoln Moorlands Railway Sports and Social Club: A fireworks display with performance from singer, Charlie

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Lincoln Moorlands Railway Sports and Social Club: 

A fireworks display with performance from singer, Charlie will take place at the club. 
Gates open at 6:30pm and fireworks begin at 7:30pm 

Tickets are free to members and their children and cost £2 for guests and children.

Bridge Inn Saxilby: The Bridge Inn is offering a mix of food and fireworks.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Bridge Inn Saxilby: The Bridge Inn is offering a mix of food and fireworks.

Hot food will be available from 5pm and fireworks begin at 7:30pm. Entry is free.

Brant Broughton, Playing Field: Village Bonfire and Fireworks Display


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Brant Broughton, Playing Field: Village Bonfire and Fireworks Display

set to music. Hot Pork rolls, mulled wine, homemade cakes, sparklers and light ropes.
Gates open at 5:30pm, bonfire lighting by 6:00pm, fireworks at 7:00pm.

Tickets cost £3 per person or £10 per family, 2 adults and 3 children under 16.
parking only, no on-site car park.

The Sun Inn at North Wheatley Bonfire and fireworks party



FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2

The Sun Inn at North Wheatley

Bonfire and fireworks party from 6.30pm.

Deepings Fireworks Extravaganza: Annual event held at Deepings Rugby Club, Linchfield Road,


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2

Deepings Fireworks Extravaganza: Annual event held at Deepings Rugby Club, Linchfield Road,

Deeping St James.

In addition to the stunning fireworks display there will be hot food and drinks, stalls, rides and a licensed bar. Tickets cost £4 for adults, £3 for children, and £12 for a family of two adults and three children. Gates open at 6pm and the display starts at 7.30pm.


David Lloyd Health Club, Burton Waters, Saxilby Road, Lincoln, Fireworks Display


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2


David Lloyd Health Club, Burton Waters, Saxilby Road, Lincoln, Fireworks Display

Events opens at 5.30pm with fireworks display at 7pm. Tickets cost £5, with under 2s free. Non-members welcome.


Duke William Hotel in Lincoln, The hotel in Lincoln is offering a free fireworks display.



FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2


Duke William Hotel in Lincoln: The hotel in Lincoln is offering a free fireworks display. 

Hot food will be available from 5pm and fireworks begin at 7:30pm. Entry is free.



Lincolnshire Showground, Lincolnshire Fireworks



FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2

Lincolnshire Showground: Lincolnshire Fireworks is offering a traditional bonfire and fireworks display along with a giant funfair, children's entertainment and food stores. 

Gates open at 4pm with a children's fireworks display at 6:30pm, the bonfire being lit at 7pm and the main fireworks display at 8:45pm. Tickets are £7 for adults, £4 for children and £18 for a family ticket with under 2s free. Parking is also free.

Springfields, Spalding: James Bond Fireworks Spectacular.



THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1

Springfields, Spalding: James Bond Fireworks Spectacular. 

Gates open 6pm, fireworks 7.30pm, entertainment until 9pm. 

Tickets on the gate, adults £7, children £5.

Lincoln City Football Club: Sincil Bank is holding a night of fireworks and family entertainment.


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31

Lincoln City Football Club: Sincil Bank is holding a night of fireworks and family entertainment.

The event offers mascot races, a cash prize fancy dress competition, music from Britain's Got Talent duo Ted and Grace, Ultimate Rock School and Lounge Cruisade. Tickets cost £6 for adults, £4 for concessions and £3 for children with family admission £15 for two plus two. The event runs from 6.30pm until 8.30pm.

Oakham Town Council, Cutts Close, ugly signs, take a bashing


Oakham Town Council, Cutts Close, ugly signs, take a bashing

Oakham Town council recently installed ugly signs in Cutts Close as part of the Green Flag recommendations. The Keep Britain Tidy Group did not specify the type of sign.

At the last parks and planning committee, there was talk of complimenting these signs with additional signs to display events information.

I always thought the council would have gone for a wooden sign and they did mention many meetings ago 
incorporating in a least one, a place for notices.

If the Town council adds any further expensive street furniture to this green space the only green
thing for the judges to judge, will the green of the signs.

The signs are not made of 100% metal, they are made of a thin sheet of metal sandwiched in plastic. A cheaper option at £180 each?

As you can see from the photograph above they are getting bashed and bent.

Some are further damaged as they are used for bottle openers.

A dangerous practice, I always cringe when I see this remember the person I administered first aid they broke the bottle and stabbed it into their wrist.

The town council is planning to spend money on similar signs for Royce Recreation Ground vandalism has been a little worse there, So I wonder how long they will last.

any jobs in Oakham (within 10 miles) 31st October 2012


any jobs in Oakham (within 10 miles) 31st October 2012

Broad Oak Lodge Residential Home - Melton Mowbray
Please provide your own work ware. You can apply for this job by telephoning 01664 481120 and asking for Senior On Duty....
Jobcentre Plus - 9:02

Textbook Teachers Limited - Oakham
STD/40585. You can apply for this job by telephoning 01572 737000 and asking for Katie Fiddian. If you think you may be interested or know someone who may be,... £25,000 - £35,000 a year
Jobcentre Plus - 9:01

Jacksons Recruitment - Oakham
STD/40581. You can apply for this job by telephoning 07807 389955 ext 0 and asking for Jackie Roberts. Temporary position 16 weeks.... £100 a day
Jobcentre Plus - 8:45

Red House - Melton Mowbray
Applicants can also telephone employer on:. You can apply for this job by sending a CV/written application to Gary Taylor at Red House, theredhousetavern... £6.50 an hour
Easily apply to this job
Jobcentre Plus - 8:40

Rutland Water Cycling - Oakham
You can apply for this job by sending a CV/written application to Lizzie Harris at Rutland Water Cycling Ltd, lizzie.harris@rutlandcycling.co.uk ....
Easily apply to this job
Jobcentre Plus - 9:03

Recruit4health - Oakham
Working for the MOD is a great way of boosting your CV, whilst also broadening your clinical knowledge and experiencing a different environment not like any...
greathealthcare.co.uk - 12:26

Ambitions Personnel 2 reviews - Oakham
Our client based in Oakham require a Spanish speaking administrator to join them on a casual basis to assist with business between the UK and Spain.... £7.50 an hour
Easily apply to this job
Ambitions Personnel - 15:13

TeacherActive - Melton Mowbray
A school is urgently seeking a TA who is able to work with children with PMLD, SLD, MLD as well as challenging behavior.... £45 - £60 a day
WorkinSchools - 19:41

TeacherActive - Melton Mowbray
This lovely SEN school specialising in Autism KS1/KS2 is looking for a Teaching Assistant or LSA to work closely with a small group of children and become part... £45 - £60 a day
WorkinSchools - 19:41

Buckinghamshire County Council - Wing
and the role Overstone Combined School is seeking to appoint a Higher Level Teaching Assistant to provide support to teaching staff.... £17,795 - £19,989 a year
Buckinghamshire County Council - 18:20

You could be allocated to work in a number of subject departments and support will be given by faculty heads and teaching assistants.... £65 - £75 a day
CV-Library - 14:27

Site Contract Personnel - Oakham
Temporary 2 weeks, immediate start available. You can apply for this job by telephoning 0113 3970846 and asking for Peter Mather.... £11 an hour
Jobcentre Plus - 8:47

Rutland County Council - Oakham
You will be a qualified Social Worker with experience with PQ1 and substantial experience of adult safeguarding.... £32,800 - £35,430 a year
Jobcentre Plus - 8:56

This is an excellent opportunity for Experience of Sage Line 50 and Microsoft Office is essential. Our client, a highly successful engineering business is... £20,000 a year
reed.co.uk - 15:39

Highway Motors - Melton Mowbray
MEL/26619. Alternatively you can request an application form from any Jobcentre Plus Office and returning it to Roy Saint at Highway Motors Ltd, The Fosse Way,...
Jobcentre Plus - 8:37

Rutland Water Cycling - Oakham
STD/40584. You can apply for this job by sending a CV/written application to Lizzie Harris at Rutland Water Cycling Ltd, lizzie.harris@rutlandcycling.co.uk ....
Easily apply to this job
Jobcentre Plus - 9:05

Igloo Automotive - Melton Mowbray
Igloo Automotive are currently looking for an experienced Automotive Technician / MOT Tester to work with our client - a car dealership in Melton Mowbray.... £13,000 a year
Igloo Automotive - 12:34

You will be required to deputise for the site supervisor from time to time. You will be leading own trade skill groups and demonstrates a good working knowledge... £25,339 a year
Jobcentre Plus - 9:01

Rutland County Council - Rutland
Permanent, full time (37 hours per week). Rutland County Council is working towards being an Equal Opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all... £43,399 - £45,042 a year
CommunityCare Jobs - 9:21

This well renowned restaurant based in the heart of Rutland are currently seeking a highly driven and dedicated CDP or Junior Sous Chef to join the existing...
CV-Library - 14:25




Gaydar Radio Prizes, Calendar Jay Maddison and others, Fridge Magnet, Neil and Debbie Show, Breakfast, Photographs

Gaydar Radio Prizes, Calendar Jay Maddison and others, Fridge Magnet, Neil and Debbie Show, Breakfast, Photographs

Jay Maddison in my shower (he won't stay there) Jay Maddison  is a straight 22yo Boxer from England. 
He is 6ft 1in tall, weighs 82kg, has a 31in waist and a 42in chest.


Thanks Neil and Debbie



Gaydar Radio is on-line in Rutland

http://radioplayer.gaydarradio.com/radioplayer

As you leave Rutland heading South on the A1 you can tune in on DAB. Quite a bit different from Robs Persani's gentle wake up on Rutland Radio...  http://player.rutlandradio.co.uk/

Gaydar still has old presenters like Rutland Radio, later in the morning Simon often refers to the wireless.
He still plays his Anthems on the old gramophone. He's a legend!


Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Heather Small Proud You Tube Video London 2012






Past Oakham Town Councillors say I am wrong to say the council has always been a rotten egg.

Past Oakham Town Councillors say I am wrong to say the council has always been a rotten egg.

I disagree and looking back at old reports like the internal auditor report for 2009 its easy to see I am correct.

Invoices paid with no address's, for large contracts like the watering of the towns floral displays.

I have mentioned that contractor in the past and the cosy relationship between the Clerk and the owner who worked for the council.

I recently complained to the police and the council about the handling and awarding of contracts. 

No reply from the police.

The Clerk responded by saying the councils chairman and deputy would like to meet and discuss the issue.

I declined the invitation as I am not a big fan of the chairman's bullying tactics.

They also request evidence.

Surprisingly the findings of that internal auditors report are minuted, so I suggest the Chairman looks at his own files for the evidence.

It is shocking the council pays people large sums of public money, with no record of who they are paying. Thousands of pounds is not petty cash. I can only assume the council is supporting tax avoidance by accepting a large invoices with no address. This payment was made when Rutland County Councillor Mark Woodcock was chairman and Mayor. It is likely he was a signatory on the account.

I personally witnessed another example of bad practice last year, when the council asked a contractor, do you want the cheque payable to you personally or the company.

The large cheque was cashed, so I can only the person said don't worry Richard darling, I will pop in and pick up the cheque or you can pop it next time you need something for your garden?

Page 8, The Grainstore Brewery, Station Approach, Oakham, Rutland, LE15 6RE


Page 8 - Saturday 22nd December - 8.30pm

Page 8 are energetic exciting and above, all 6 talented musicians.

A perfect mix of professionalism, experience and youth with a great on-stage presence and great crowd interaction. They are fresh fun and in the moment.

Two captivating female lead vocalists, backed by guitar, bass, keys and drums they perform contemporary and classic covers, but can squeeze in a catchy original if you wish - the choice is yours.


Davis'es Brewing Company Ltd,
The Grainstore Brewery,
Station Approach,
Oakham,
Rutland,
LE15 6RE

Telephone: 01572 770065
Email: enquiries@grainstorebrewery.com

The Dogs, The Grainstore Brewery, Station Approach, Oakham, Rutland, LE15 6R


The Dogs - Saturday 17th November - 8.30pm

Andy's got too many guitars for his own good - but it's his Fender Tele that makes the best noise - obviously! He does do a bit of singing too, catch him at the start of Wonderstuff's Golden Green. Tim plays a Yamaha acoustic and does a mean impersonation of Paul Carrack. It's probably his rendition of Steve Earl's Copperhead Road that brings out the best in him. John plays a Fender Bass and has some rig that looks like it came out of the Tardis and can turn back time. Hasn't worked on him though! Check out his funky bass bits in Take Your Mamma. Martin plays a bashed up Sonor kit and tries to find the odd harmony note, not with much success but the rest of the boys are too deaf (or kind) to notice.


Davis'es Brewing Company Ltd,
The Grainstore Brewery,
Station Approach,
Oakham,
Rutland,
LE15 6RE

Telephone: 01572 770065
Email: enquiries@grainstorebrewery.com

Sticky Fingers, The Grainstore Brewery, Station Approach, Oakham, Rutland, LE15 6R


Sticky Fingers - Saturday 1st December

STICKY FINGERS, from 8.30pm

We were caught between a ‘Rock and a Hard Place’ when we asked these fellas to return to the Grainstore. Maybe we shouldn’t ‘Play with Fire’ or have ‘Mixed Emotions’ because Sticky Fingers really are ‘Hot Stuff’. All the ‘Wild Horses’ couldn’t drag you away once these guys ‘Let it Rock’. ‘You cant Always Get What You Want’, but Sticky Fingers wont ‘Sway’ from the great Rolling Stones numbers that they gloriously cover. You will feel ‘So Young’ as you are Jumpin like Jack Flash himself



Davis'es Brewing Company Ltd,
The Grainstore Brewery,
Station Approach,
Oakham,
Rutland,
LE15 6RE

Telephone: 01572 770065
Email: enquiries@grainstorebrewery.com


Gin House, The Grainstore Brewery, Station Approach, Oakham, Rutland, LE15 6R


Gin House - 3rd November - 8.30pm
Gin House   8.30pm

Gin House have a repertoire of over a hundred numbers including material by Stevie Ray Vaughan,George Thorogood, Eric Clapton, John Mayall, The Hamsters, Tommy Castro, Dr. Feelgood, Freddie King, Otis Rush,Zeppelin,Free,Hendrix and a whole shed load of red hot Rhythm & Blues and Rock Blues classics.

Current band line-up :- Phil Lovell : Vocals, rhythm guitar, harmonica. / Ady Cole : Lead guitar, slide guitar. Andy Stockdale : Bass guitar, backing vocals / Hank Watson : Drums.



Davis'es Brewing Company Ltd,
The Grainstore Brewery,
Station Approach,
Oakham,
Rutland,
LE15 6RE

Telephone: 01572 770065
Email: enquiries@grainstorebrewery.com

any jobs in Oakham (within 10 miles) 30th October 2012


any jobs in Oakham (within 10 miles) 30th October 2012

MMC Limited - Seaton
The applicant will be given the task to assist in the management of our USA facility and its processes in terms of traceability of paperwork and ensuring...
Easily apply to this job
Indeed - 14:39

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust - Wymondham
If you have made any future holiday arrangements please ensure these are included in the supporting information section.... £21,176 - £27,625 a year
NHS Jobs - 16:35

Paul Mitchell Associates - Melton Mowbray
Experience of Sage Line 50 and Microsoft Office is essential. Our client, a highly successful small engineering business is seeking an experienced all-rounder... £20,000 - £26,000 a year
Jobsite UK - 20:34

HT Solutions - Melton Mowbray
Ambition and determination. Excellent ongoing Training, Planning and Support. Eagerness to Learn and work hard....
Jobsite UK - 20:34

Rutland County Council - Oakham
Vulnerable People, Permanent, full time (37 hrs per week). The successful applicants will be subject to a check by the Criminal Records Bureau.... £43,399 - £45,042 a year
Local Government Talent - 15:16

Simply Education - Melton Mowbray
This is an excellent opportunity to play a lead role in further improving teaching and learning within a wide range of Leicestershire and Rutland Secondary... £21,588 - £31,387 a year
Jobsite UK - 20:33

Rutland County Council - Oakham
You will be a qualified Social Worker with at least 3 years post qualifying experience with PQ1 and substantial experience of adult safeguarding.... £32,800 - £35,430 a year
Local Government Talent - 15:15

In Touch Recruitment - Seaton
In Touch Recruitment are working on behalf of a quality focused care home provider to recruit a committed Night Nurse (RGN) to join a friendly staff team in a... £12 - £14 an hour
In Touch Recruitment - 20:15

We require a traffic planner to operate from our client's depot based on the outskirts of Loughborough. Be able to resolve any complaints, good geographical... £15,500 - £17,000 a year
Manpower - 23:17

Healthcare Professionals - Ketton LE15
Healthcare Professionals are recruiting MRI and CT Radiographers of all levels for permanent jobs in Rutland.... £30,000 - £50,000 a year
Healthcare Professionals - 21:36

Simply Education - Melton Mowbray
Due to the rapid growth of our Leicester branch, Simply Education are currently recruiting qualified Psychology Teachers to provide short and long term cover... £21,588 a year
Jobsite UK - 20:34

Reed Consulting - Oakham
You will be required to deputise for the site supervisor from time to time. Leading own trade skill groups and demonstrates a good working knowledge of other... £25,339 a year
Jobsite UK - 20:34

Simply Education - Melton Mowbray
Simply Education are looking to recruit experienced and newly qualified Secondary Teachers for both full time and part time supply vacancies within... £21,588 a year
Jobsite UK - 20:34

Switch on to the dangers of leaving your home in darkness


Switch on to the dangers of leaving your home in darkness

Light bulb-shaped leaflets are being put through the doors of homes left in darkness as part of a police campaign to tackle burglary during the winter months.
The leaflet says: ‘No lights on!! If we think no one is home, so could burglars.’ Police Community Support Officers and Police Volunteers will be giving out the leaflets from Sunday 27th October 2012, when the clocks go back.
They are an eye catching way of reminding people to leave a light on when they go out during winter evenings or use a light timer which switches lights on when it begins to get dark. The leaflets are part of Operation Dynamo – a Force wide campaign to tackle burglary.
House burglaries across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are at a thirteen year low but year to date figures are showing a small increase of 8% which is 160 offences more than this time last year.
“The dark evenings and nights help burglars because they can easily see which houses are empty. We’d like people to think about using light timers or leaving lights on when they are out to deter burglars from targeting their property. The timers don’t cost much to buy but could save a great deal of heart ache. We know how awful it feels to be burgled which is why we are doing everything we can to tackle it. We are sending crime prevention advice out using the police’s community messaging system Neighbourhood Alert  and on Facebook and Twitter so we’d urge people to sign up to those to get the latest information.”
Other things homeowners can do;
  • Put timer switches on radios and regularly change the timing. ( Available from NHW at only £2)
  • Fit external security lighting such as dusk to dawn energy efficient lighting that will come on automatically as dusk sets in or brighter infrared activated lighting drawing attention to movement.
  • Make sure gates or access to the rear of the house are locked.
  • Lock sheds, trim overgrown plants, secure windows, use locks and bolts and keep all your keys, out of sight and reach.
  • People should also mark their property with their postcode, name and house number and install intruder alarms.
  • Join a Neighbourhood Watch Scheme and report anything suspicious to the police.
Anyone with information about crime in Leicester, Leicestershire or Rutland is urged to call Leicestershire Police on 101* or Crimestoppers, which is free** and anonymous, on 0800 555 111.

Police are appealing for information following the report of a Burglary in the Uppingham area this week.

Message sent by
Andy Wylie (Police, PCSO, Rutland)


Police are appealing for information following the report of a Burglary in the Uppingham area this week.
The burglary happened between 0830am and 1800pm on Monday 22nd of October in Bramble Close, Uppingham.  A laptop computer has been taken during the break.
“I would appeal to any witnesses to call police immediately.
“We will do all we can to keep residents in Rutland safe but there are also small things that you can do at home, such as keeping windows and doors locked and valuables out of sight. In addition if your have an alarm system fitted please use it.  These things go a long way to helping keep your home safe and secure.”
Anyone with any information about the incident is asked to contact PC4289 Howarth on 101*, follow the instructions to leave a message for a police officer and when prompted key in the officer's identification number 4142.  Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers, which is free** and anonymous, on 0800 555 111. 
* Calls to 101 cost 15p for the entire call from both mobile phones and land lines
** Please note some mobile ‘phone service providers may charge for this call.

Crime Reference Number : LR/01449/12-5

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