The Blue Ball
All Saints Church
The Old Plough
The Village Hall
Welcome to the Braunston-in-Rutland parish website
Braunston is a thriving village located just two miles from Oakham in the glorious county of Rutland. This website will tell you all about the Parish Council and what our local issues are, plus a wealth of information about the village in general. If you can't find what you want or would like to recommend any improvements to our website then please contact us.
If you are new to the village you might like to download our 'welcome pack' which is designed to get you familiar with what's going on in the village and has some useful contact details.
Braunston Welcome Pack (PDF, 523 Kb)
Information about the village
Posted: Thu, 23 Sep 2021 16:14 by Janet Taylor
New Braunston Advent Fayre launched - virtual and physical -Take Part!
Last year covid forced us to hold a very successful "virtual" Advent Fayre. We missed kicking off the Christmas season in person, but were able to supply lots of Christmas goods to everyone, and raised a good sum for maintaining our ancient church building. More »
This year the Advent Fayre invites you, our local crafts people, artists and artisans to exhibit and sell your products as part of the Advent Fayre, in the village hall, on Saturday 27th November. We expect to have an exciting range of crafts, arts, jewellery, gifts and produce to buy and look at, along with the usual fabulous Christmas goodies the Advent Fayre is famous for.
We will also hold the draw for the festive Advent Fayre Raffle on the day in the hall. Stalls will be free for exhibitors but we ask stall holders for a modest donation based on any sales made. We will publicise stall holders in advance along with links to their websites and product lists. Christmas puddings, Christmas cakes, yule logs, jams, marmalades, chutneys will be available to buy on the day and to order in advance for delivery to your home or to collect at the Fayre.
Posted: Sat, 24 Jul 2021 12:39 by Janet Taylor
Local help group The Bereavement Help Point will be holding drop-in sessions in Ketton for anyone who would like a friendly supportive chat over a tea and biscuits. See the poster for dates and more information.
Posted: Mon, 14 Jun 2021 15:15 by Janet Taylor
Due to the impact of Coronavirus over 5.5 million people are claiming Universal Credit. Many of them are new to claiming Universal Credit having been negatively impacted by Coronavirus.
If you need some guidance in finding out how to claim what you are entitled to, have a look at the Universal Credit Guide which has been produced by the Jobcentre, and details the scheme and how you can apply.