Wookies Café has now opened in Whissendine! Located next to the village shop on Main Street, Wookies is open from 8am to 5pm Monday to Saturday serving hot and cold food to eat-in or takeaway. Fabulous coffee from Two Chimps Breakfast Menu including Bacon, Sausage & Egg Cobs, Porridge, Muffins, Omelettes, Croissants and more Lunches [...]
The Rutland Youth Council would like to invite you to nominate for this year’s Young Peoples Awards which are taking place on Wednesday 6th March from 6pm at the Rutland County Museum. The awards recognise and reward young people who have achieved a great deal and pushed their personal boundaries, whatever they are, demonstrating exceptional [...]
Do you know how to keep yourself and your children safe on the internet? The UK Safer Internet Centre and Rutland County Council are running an Internet Safety Event on Saturday 9th February at The Rutland Showground from 11am where practical advice will be given for the whole family including topics such as: online gaming, [...]
Above is a copy of notice of conclusion of audit. The Annual Governance and Accountability Return is available for inspection by contacting the Honorary Clerk to the Parish council at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively a note requesting access may be posted to 33 Ashwell Road. A time, convenient to the applicant will be arranged for viewing. Copies [...]
Girlguiding in Whissendine is moving both venue and meeting days. With effect from the Autumn term we will be meeting on a THURSDAY at the SPORTS CLUB. Rainbows (girls aged 5 - 7) will meet from 4.45pm to 5.45pm and Brownies (girls aged 7 to 10) will meet 6pm to 7.30pm. If anyone [...]
Saturday 16th June 2018, 6:30 pm to 11 pm, £15 per person Join us for Pimms and canapés in the gardens of the Old Rectory from 6.30pm for a relaxed evening in great company. Stroll through the village to enjoy a delicious meal, finally returning to the church for deserts. Perhaps you could host a [...]
CANCELLED DUE TO ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS A village meeting will be held on Saturday 3rd March between 11am and 12.30am at the Village school by Ian Arnold and Rutland Police Constabulary to update the village on activity in Rutland and Whissendine.
Home Straight are recruiting ... Home Straight provide bespoke premium care for people wishing to remain in their own home. Our carefully selected team specialise in supporting clients living with dementia and other disabilities, to lead independent lives. We do this by recognising that every client is different, with unique needs. We put them at [...]
We are renting in Whissendine and hoping to buy a bungalow in the village. Please contact us if you know of any bungalow available now or coming on the market in the next 6 months. Thanks. J & J McCulloch Email
Sir John Sedley Educational Foundation Helping Young People since 1637 Registered Charity 527884 Young people, under the age of 25 years, living in Whissendine are eligible to receive financial support to further their education. With high tuition fees, travel costs and expensive books and equipment, the average student spends over £10,000 each academic year. We understand [...]
If anyone is interested in fire walking, sweat lodge and drumming classes - not all at the same time - please call 07848956269.
The Archer’s Graham Harvey, brings to the stage the true tale of an unlikely Cotswold hero and an enduring romance. What inspires a young Somerset land girl to set off in search of a best selling author in the darkest days of war? The production moves between the 1940s and the current day, reflecting that [...]
Whissendine Pre-school is now open on Wednesday afternoons. Our opening times are 9.15am to 3.15pm Monday through Thursday and 9.15am to 1.15pm on Fridays. For more information, please visit our website.
Whissendine Ward Councillor Ian Arnold will host a village meeting this Saturday, the 11th November 2017 at 10am - 11.30am at the village school, where he will give an update on Rutland activity including Oakham one-way, as well as the village.
Whissendine Pastel Workshop 23 Sept 2017 We still have a some spaces left. Whissendine Village Hall from 9:30 until 2:30. Price £28 This meeting our artist is Vivien Blackburn who is the president of Leicestershire Sketch Club and a member of Leicestershire Pastel Society. Our subject will be:- Woods/fields with or without snow or [...]
Saturday 1st July Big Band @ Village Hall 7pm - 11pm. Enjoy big band swing music and song. Tickets @£11 each. Sunday 2nd July Open Gardens @ The Green from 10am. Visit the many gardens in the village. Tickets @ £4 each. Children's Picture Treasure Hunt @ The Green from 10am. Walk round the village [...]
Saturday 17th June 2017, 6:30 pm to 11 pm, £15 per person Join us for Pimms and canapés in the gardens of the Old Rectory from 6.30pm for a relaxed evening in great company. Stroll through the village to enjoy a delicious meal, finally returning to the church for deserts. Perhaps you could host a [...]
Residents of Rutland are invited by the High Sheriff of Rutland, attended by the Sheriff of Rutland Vermont, USA, to be held on Sunday 26th February 2017 (not 2016 as per the invitation).
Save the Date for Whissendine Feast Week 2017: Saturday 1st to Saturday 8th July. There will be plenty of activities throughout the week in the village, for example Open Gardens, Children's Picture Treasure Hunt, Quiz, Pig Race, Duck Race and something new: "Snap, Cackle & Pop", so watch out for more announcements in the Grapevine [...]
The Road at the Ashwell Level Crossing will be closed for 12 hours from 22:00 hours on 18th March 2017 until 10:00 hours on 19 th March 2017.
Are you on o2? Are you having problems? We have two mobile phones, both on o2. A couple of months ago we received a text from them saying that the coverage might be weak for a couple of days as they were doing some work in the area. Since then, our signal has been appalling: [...]
Residents of Whissendine may have noticed unusual chalk markings on roads and pavements over the Christmas break. Please do not be alarmed, these were simply route markers for a local running group. Several residents contacted the police concerned their properties were being targeted by burglars but this was not the case. The running group emailed [...]
Leicestershire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Willy Bach is asking for your views as he prepares his first Police and Crime Plan. He wants to make sure that the Plan reflects the issues that local people say are important to them to meet their policing needs and expectations. Are you prepared to help? Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/B78HPFL ----------- [...]
Based in the village of Great Dalby, Country Paths is a high quality Day Care provider who supports adults with additional needs. We are launching a brand new weekly support service with an open day on Wednesday 21st September 9:30am – 4pm. During the day there will be an opportunity to try a variety of [...]
Revd. Julie and Revd. Janet invite you to a holiday club for primary age children. Join us for fun, games and craft from 10:00 to 12:30 on 9th to 12th August in Langham village. Email email@example.com for more details and a booking form. See the attached poster for more details.
We have received the following update from the Senior Environmental Health Officer regarding monitoring for flies around the village. Just to confirm our weekly inspections of both sheds at Loodall Farm have been completed yesterday (18th July). I am pleased to say the new shed, we took over 60 samples and the entire shed is [...]
The Parish Council has received the following update from the Environmental Health Officer inspecting sheds at Loodal Farm and other locations around Whissendine. Note that the current increase of houseflies in the village cannot and should not be attributed to just one source. Yesterday (21 June) we inspected both sheds (at Loodal Farm). We took [...]
Many of you will know that Ian is working out in Nigeria this year for Voluntary Services Overseas, he is hugely enjoying the challenge of doing something completely different and you can follow what he is up to by checking his blog at ianinnigeria.wordpress.com. If you do you will know that when I went out [...]
Back by popular demand - Chris at the The White Lion Whissendine will be performing his one man Close up Magic Show as lots of people missed it last time! Tickets £12 and are limited to 20 per show. There will be two shows on Thursday 28th July at 7.30pm & 9pm. Contact The White Lion [...]
The Parish Clerk has received the following update from the Environmental Health Officer responsible for monitoring at Loodal Farm: I am writing to update you as to our monitoring this spring that started in April. Until just over 2 weeks ago there were no maggots or flies in either of the chicken sheds. The manure [...]
Sixty-three bird species have been recorded in Whissendine. The full list may be viewed here. Can you add to the list? Barn owl Black-headed gull Blackbird Blackcap Blue tit Bullfinch Buzzard Canada goose Carrion crow Chaffinch Chiff chaff Coal tit Collared dove Common gull Fieldfare Goldcrest Great spotted woodpecker Great tit Green finch Green woodpecker [...]
Whissendine Environment Group AGM 2016 will be held on Thursday 16th June 2016 at 7.30pm at 1a Station Road, Whissendine. Everyone is welcome to attend and find out about WEG’s activities so far and their future plans.
I am producing 2 x one-act plays for Whissendine STARS at the village hall for performances in September 2016, with rehearsals beginning from July. We still need a young male actor, ideally aged between 17 and 25, to act in both plays. If you are interested, or know of anyone who might be, please do [...]
From September 2016 Whissendine Pre-school will extend its afternoon opening hours until 3.15pm on Tuesdays and Fridays (it is currently open on Monday and Thursday afternoons until 3.15pm and on Wednesdays until 12.15pm). The pre-school is located in the village hall and welcomes enquiries. For more information and contact details, please see the pre-school page [...]
I am currently researching the life of Horace Charles Snary, who played cricket for Leicestershire in the 1920s/30s. Horace was born in and, as far as I know, lived in Whissendine all his life, dying there in 1966. Much is known about his career with Leicestershire, but I would dearly like to know more about [...]
Below are the confirmed real ales and ciders for the White Lion Inn Beer Festival served from Fri 27th May: Real Ales CHARNWOOD Salvation 3.8% A light refreshing golden beer, with tropical fruit, citrus, and floral flavours. American Cascade and Amarillo hops create a citrus aroma, and crisp clean bitterness on the finish. DARK STAR [...]
Rutland Walking and Cycling Festival 2016 21st May - 12th June Download PDF programme HERE Discover where walking and cycling can take you this summer with the Rutland Walking and Cycling Festival. Following huge success over the last 7 years, the festival is back for 2016 for a fun packed celebration of Rutland and its [...]
Due to essential road works between Whissendine and Ashwell, the Centrebus 19 service will be re-routed between Whissendine and Langham, and vice versa. The bus will tum around at The Green beforc continuing on to either Langham or Melton as applicable. Passenger Notices will be displayed regarding bus stops that will not be in use for Thursday 14th [...]
A new walk has been posted to the Walks page of the Whissendine website. Click here to see the Whissendine to Ashwell Walk by Graham Davies and Tom Digby. This walk takes you from the Church of St Andrew to the Church of St Mary in Ashwell, taking in field paths, bridleways, quiet lanes and [...]
From Rutland County Council ... notification of road closures: "On or about 27 April 2016 or when Road Closed signs are erected" Cold Overton Road, Langham: Langham to County boundary Whissendine Road & Ashwell Road: Ashwell to Whissendine. Whissendine Lane, Langhamand Oakham Road, Whissendine: Langham to Whissendine Download PDF of full Rutland road closures in [...]
Oakham Castle has been closed for major restoration work since September of last year but will reopen its doors to members of the public on Monday 30th May 2016. A grand reopening event is planned to attract visitors back to the Castle on 30th May (a bank holiday) and showcase what the restoration has achieved. [...]
Thank you to all the wonderful children who took part in the Easter Colouring Competition at White Lion Inn. The lucky winners are: Harry, Harvey, Summer and Ava. Your Easter eggs are waiting at the pub for you! Chris and Yolanda
Join us for Pimms and Canapés in the gardens of the Old Rectory from 6.30pm on Saturday 11th June for a relaxed evening in great company. Stroll through the village to enjoy a delicious starter and main course at two different venues, finally returning to the church for deserts. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets. Calling hosts [...]
Due to essential maintenance work on Oakham Road, Ashwell there will be no through bus service between Whissendine and Ashwell from Monday 14th to Wednesday 16th March. As a result the Service 19 bus will be re-routed during this period, operating as normal to the VILLAGE GREEN BUS STOP in Whissendine, and will then turn [...]
TUESDAY 17TH May 2016 1.30-2.30 pm only £4 Are you interested in buying an Ipad, but want to know more about them before you commit? come along to try out one of our new ipads! Basics of using an iPad Discover some really useful applications Carry out effective internet searching using Safari Take photos and [...]
6 WEEKS FOR £48 Oakham Enterprise Park Wednesdays 20th April to 25th May, 6.30-8.30pm Have you have ever wanted to write, extend your skills, share ideas or work on something you have already started? Now is your chance, come along and join us. Writing and sharing your own ideas within a supportive group. Work on [...]
This year's pantomime is "Puss in Boots". Performances are in the Village Hall on Friday 5th February at 7:30pm and on Saturday 6th February at 2:30pm and 7:30pm. This is a traditional pantomime, fun for all the family. Tickets on sale from the village shop from the first full week in January.
Mr Nirav & Mrs Nipa Modhvadiya are proud to take over our award winning shop from Monday, 16th November . We aim for excellent customer service and product availability, so why not shop with us and support your local village store? Come and join us on our Opening Day between 10am to 2pm. We have some free samples of cheese & bread from [...]
Saturday 23rd January 2016, 7pm at Market Overton Village Hall. 3-course meal, light-hearted speeches, musicians, Scottish country dancing. Celebrating the life and works of Robert Burns. Raising funds for local charities including Lodge Trust and MO Play Area Association. For tickets (£17) please contact Lynn email@example.com
Please could you help look for missing cat Mack. Mack is a very nosey cat who likes nothing more than to squeeze into new places to investigate and likes to roam, but always comes home. He has not been seen now for 10 days. Please check sheds, outhouses etc. to help us find him and [...]
UPDATE: We raised an amazing £324.00 from the Macmillan Coffee Morning, raffle and games played!! Our sincere thanks to everyone who either donated a cake or turned up to eat one at our Macmillan Coffee Morning!! It was so good to see villagers coming together to support this fantastic charity and to know we are [...]
Click the poster above to enlarge it or download the iPad/Tablet course information on a PDF here. To enrol, or for further information, please contact Rutland Adult Learning. Rutland Adult Learning & Skills Service Oakham Enterprise Park Ashwell Road Oakham Rutland LE15 7TU telephone: 01572 758122 e: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.rals.org.uk
Click the poster above to enlarge it or download the course information on a PDF here. To enrol, or for further information, please contact Rutland Adult Learning. Rutland Adult Learning & Skills Service Oakham Enterprise Park Ashwell Road Oakham Rutland LE15 7TU telephone: 01572 758122 e: email@example.com Web: www.rals.org.uk
Rutland County Council have provided advice of the following road closure. For more details and a map of the effected roads click here. Temporary road works will be in operation - Burley Closure from the 17th to the 26th September 2015 and - Barnsdale closure commencing on the 28/09/2015 ending on the 08/10/2015, to allow [...]
UPDATE: Results of this meeting may be viewed here. An Extraordinary meeting of the Whissendine Parish Council will take place on 23rd September 2015 at 7.30 in the Village Hall, Whissendine to discuss the future of our village magazine - the Whissendine Grapevine. Residents who can offer to help in any way, or have positive [...]
New Double Yellow Lines are proposed for Main Street, Whissendine to help prevent poor parking practices in the village. Click here to see details of the proposed location. This proposal is currently at the consultation phase. Anybody wishing to comment on this proposal should contact the Parish Council Clerk.
Whissendine Women's Institute is celebrating the national WI centenary this month and they are looking for photos of Whissendine WI to put together a sideshow. If anyone has any photos to share could they e-mail a copy with any details to firstname.lastname@example.org? Some of the WI's old photos have also been borrowed from the WI [...]
Fishes Club, held at St Andrew's Church, Whissendine, will restart after the summer holiday on Sunday 6 September. Fishes Club meets on the 1st and 2nd Sundays of each month at St Andrew's Church on Main Street. On the 1st Sunday, during the 11am Communion Service, children leave the main service after the first hymn [...]
My name is Stella and I’m lost in Whissendine. I left the cattery on Stapleford Road and started exploring the gardens and fields behind it, but I need to get back home now. Please contact Jen Lacey on Whissendine 408 if you see me. Very unfortunately Stella escaped from the cattery at the weekend. She was [...]
In September 2015, Odd John's Kitchen, a new deli/cafe, will open in the picturesque village of Swithland, Leicestershire, offering the best in locally produced/British made artisan food. Local producers are now invited to submit their products. Designed to be a working kitchen offering a home from home environment, the deli/cafe will welcome customers with freshly [...]
Visionary Vocals Choir, a choir for the blind and visually impaired is appealing for new members across Rutland. There are 224 people with visual impairment or sight loss across Rutland and the Visionary Vocals Choir would like those with an interest in singing to join them. The choir was set up and continues to be [...]
Over thirty cars, a dozen bikes, a truck and a tractor put in an appearance at the 2015 Whissendine Feast Week Classic Car and Motorcycle Meet, held at the Sport Club. Families picnicked on the grass and those not driving enjoyed a drink from the open bar on a warm July evening.
The Whissendine Feast Week committee invited folk to make an American-themed scarecrow. A prize of £25 was on offer to the winning scarecrow (or the family who made it). We think that there were 9 entries across the village, and we managed to get pictures of 8 of them. Many apologies if we have missed [...]
Congratulations to all the runners, marshals and event organisers for a fantastic 2015 Whissendine 6ix Road Race. A full list of runners and times can be downloaded from the official Whissendine 6ix Road Race website. The 2015 race was won in 30 minutes and 55 seconds by the 2014 winner Tim Hartley. In second place, [...]
A huge thanks goes out to all of you who helped us in any way to celebrate Johns 70th and to also raise money for St Andrew's Church. To those of you who bought tickets, gave raffle prizes or sent donations we are so grateful. I’m sure you’ll agree it was a terrific, fun, warm, [...]
Just a reminder about the Rutland Food Bank collection point in St Andrew’s Church. If you have any contributions of food do drop them into the box by the large noticeboard at the back of the church, and we will make sure they are taken to Oakham. Why not use the BOGOF or 3 for [...]
Rutland Walking Festival will start on Sunday 17th May to Saturday 23rd May followed by the 65 mile Rutland Round the week after. Download the programme of events here.
Announcing the Whissendine Feast Week Village Party! Hog Roast & Live Music from SUPERNOVAS. Saturday 4th July 2015, 7pm till 1am at The White Lion. Including the award ceremony for Whissendine Digital Photographic competition. Discounted tickets@ only £17.50 each until 26th June, then £20.00 each. Entrance by ticket ONLY - available from: Mace Shop 474964 Emma Studdert-Kennedy [...]
Below is a summary of the road closures planned for Whissendine in May 2015. For more information and downloadable County Council orders and maps, and contact information, please visit the Road Closures page HERE. Dates: 18-19 May 2015 Road: Pickwell Lane Summary: All vehicles will be prohibited from proceeding along the length of Pickwell Lane, [...]
You’ll have read about Open Gardens in Feast Week, as part of this event we wondered if anyone would like to run a garage sale that same day – Sunday, 28th June – an excellent opportunity to clear out the clutter and make some money too – what could be greener than recycling all your [...]
Even if you are not a flower arranger, you can still be involved in this popular event by helping with any of the events below. For further information, or to volunteer, please speak to Rosemary (Whissendine 605), who will direct you to the appropriate person. If music be the food of love and flowers speak [...]
Congratulations to Yolanda and Chris of White Lion Inn, Whissendine, for winning a ‘Making a Difference’ award from Everards Brewery. The award is given by Everards to a licensee delivering a fantastic pub experience and making a difference through creativity, innovation, loyalty and commitment and, of course, offering their customers first class beers! Yolanda and [...]
April 29, 2015 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm Question your candidates for the Rutland and Melton constituency at All Saints’ Church Oakham. Submit questions in advance to email@example.com; the event is hosted by Churches Together in Oakham and will be chaired by Revd Canon Lee Francis-Dehqani.
A pair of bi-focal spectacles was found in the village hall on March 4th. Please ring Whissendine 279 for its return.
Whissendine's favourite shopkeeper is holding a Spring Sale from 23 April - 13 May! Head down to Mace village shop in Main Street for bargains galore ... CHILLED - Milk 2ltr and Kingsmill/Hovis bread £2.50 save 48p - Seriously Strong Cheese £2.99 save £2 - Bacon buy 1 get 1 free save £2.75 GROCERY - [...]
You may have read about Open Gardens in Feast Week. As part of this event we wondered if anyone would like to run a garage sale that same day – an excellent opportunity to clear out the clutter and make some money too – what could be greener than recycling all your unwanted things? If [...]
Energy Action for Rutland aims to combat fuel poverty in the county through free energy saving advice. The organisation has shared these details with us to alert villagers on the services available and potential benefits... Energy Action for Rutland has received a £1500 prize from National Energy Action (the UK national fuel poverty charity) for [...]
Severn Trent Water are to commence a water main replacement scheme in Whissendine to rectify multiple leaks. This will entail closing Main Street, the Nook, Cow Lane and Ashwell Road at various different times, often for a week or more at a time. The diversion route during the closure will be signed via Ashwell Road [...]
Two burglaries were reported in Whissendine on the evening of 28 March 2015: one at Hall Close and the other in Foxhill. Please be vigilant and contact the Whissendine Neighbourhood Watch for more information or advice. Contacts: Police Emergencies 999 / Non-urgent calls 101 Police (Rutland North): website Crimestoppers 0800 555 111 (to supply anonymous [...]
The Whissendine Environment Group's next working party (planting) will be held at 10am on Saturday 25 April 2015. Please contact WEG (email firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information or to volunteer. Also, a date for the diary: WEG AGM 7.30pm Thursday 11th June 2015. Venue to be arranged contact WEG for further info.
Are you a knitter or do you know one? We need your help to raise money for local older people. Age UK Leicestershire & Rutland is calling for all knitters to join in The Big Knit this year to raise much-needed funds to help keep local older people warm and healthy this coming winter. Last [...]
The British Red Cross are pleased to be able to offer a new service to the adult residents of Rutland. The First Call Service provides free practical and emotional support with post-hospital discharge or assisting people to remain independent in their own homes. This free, time limited service is invaluable in assisting people to build [...]
All plot holders and interested parties are welcome to attend. Last opportunity to meet with the Treasurer to pay the annual rents so please bring along your cheque books or cash if you haven’t already paid! Date: Friday, 17 April 2015 @ 7:30pm Venue: Village Hall
A set of keys has been found in Whissendine (17 March 2015) at the Church end of the village. If you think the keys could be yours, please email the village website at email@example.com and we will put you in touch with the person who is holding on to them.
We hope that you have accepted a free Morsbag in the village shop instead of paying for a plastic carrier and have been using it for your shopping ever since. Have you ever wondered how Morsbags are made, or considered learning how to make your own? The WI is holding a coffee morning on Saturday [...]
Ram Odera, our favourite (read: only) village shopkeeper, is considering extending Sunday opening hours at Mace village shop from the existing 8am — 2pm to 8am — 7pm for the benefit of residents. Ram is interested in your views. Do have your say by joining the poll below and do speak to Ram when you're [...]
Sir John Sedley Educational Foundation Helping Young People since 1637 Our prime objective is to assist young people (up to the age of 25) with financial support, to further their education. We help both individuals and groups by providing a bursary to cover a wide range of costs. The Foundation will consider applications from beneficiaries [...]
FLOWER FESTIVAL 2015 IN AID OF ST. ANDREW’S CHURCH An open meeting has been arranged for Monday, 16th March, at 7:30 pm, in the Lady Chapel to discuss this year’s Flower Festival which will, as usual, take place over the August Bank Holiday weekend. The format will be as in previous years - Preview Evening [...]
The Rutland CiCLE Classic cycling event will be taking place on Saturday 25th April from Rutland Water at Normanton between 1100 and 1300. There will be approximately 600 riders taking part. The event will pass through Whissendine on the route shown below. For further details and a notice to householders on the cycle event route [...]
Bid to become an owner and enjoy a flutter on each race. Licensed Bar. 6 exciting races - hotpot supper included! First race 7.30pm, Sat 28th Feb at Whissendine Village Hall. Tickets £7.50 in advance only, from Mike Dickinson (474611), Graham Bysouth (474226) or the Village shop.
The High Sheriff of Rutland in nomination for 2015-16 is Mr Andrew Brown. Mr Brown's term of office starts on the 9th of April. Mr Brown is available to speak at village and association events. Contact Mr Andrew Brown Fairchilds Lodge Lyddington Road Caldecott Rutland LE16 8TE Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 07801 057417
There is currently no Rainbows group in Whissendine and the village would welcome somebody to step up and become a leader as there is demand amongst our primary age girls. If you are interested, please contact Melanie Weaver on 01572 759899 or Pam Gilbert on 01572 723133.
As reported in the December 2014 edition of the Grapevine, there are plans to put signage near to both entrances to The Banks to give a little information about the area, as it’s land Whissendine residents have owned for around 250 years. The purpose of the orignal donation to the village was for sheep washing, [...]
Rehearsals are well underway for next year’s panto 'Cinders, the True Story' by David Tristram, performed by S.T.A.R.S. This is a traditional pantomime, fun for all the family, with an inventive and very funny script. There will be a few surprises in store and one thing is certain, when all has been revealed, you will [...]
Parson’s Pints monthly gathering makes a welcome return to Whissendine under a different guise: Whissendine Saintly Social. Come along to welcome in the New Year, tell us what you got for Christmas and for a chat and good company - All welcome! Venue will alternate between pubs on the last Thursday of each month. First [...]
On February 1st Whissendine will be having a visit from Bishop John Holbrook, the Bishop of Brixworth (Assistant bishop in our Diocese of Peterborough). He will be coming to the 11am communion service at Whissendine, during which four of our youngsters will be confirmed. If anyone else has been thinking about taking further steps in [...]
Whissendine residents were treated to a concert by Stamford Concert Singers over a glass of mulled wine at St Andrew Church on Friday night. In addition to providing festive cheer and some warmth on a particularly cold evening, the concert helped raise more than £600 for the church. Pictured here are two members of the [...]