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  • The Village Hall

Welcome to the Braunston in Rutland parish website. We are 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.

Latest News

European elections

Posted: Tue, 02 Apr 2019 09:21 by Janet Taylor

Elections to the European parliament will be held on Thursday May 23rd. Our local polling station is the Village Hall which will be open for voting between 7am and 10pm.

May Fayre preparations are go !

Posted: Wed, 06 Feb 2019 12:21 by Janet Taylor

Our annual May Fayre is on Mon May 6th from 10am to 4pm - fun for everyone, with street market, games, food, music and much much more. Planning is underway - check out our May Fayre page

Activities in the Village Hall

Posted: Mon, 14 Jan 2019 17:30 by Janet Taylor

There is something happening in the hall almost every day - why not try something new this year?

On Monday evenings we have Oakham Sings!, a ladies' singing group where the emphasis is on upbeat music and having fun.
Tuesday and Wednesday you'll find the Braunston Table Tennis Club knocking seven bells out of a ping pong ball, new members always welcome. Also on Wednesday the quilting group meets in the small hall, so whether you're an experienced quilter or just starting out there's a place for you with plenty of good chat thrown in as well.
The Gardening Club meet once a month on a Thursday evening, and again monthly on a Thursday, Leslie Gadd from Lovely Loaves runs a baking class - all ingredients supplied, just bring along a container to take home your goodies.
On Friday mornings there are two Pilates classes, just the thing to tone and strengthen ( maybe counteracting the effects of the Christmas season ! ), and on Friday evenings we have the fortnightly indoor bowls club, another group where the spirit of competition doesn't get in the way of a having a sociable evening out - or at least, not too often !! More »

If you're interested in joining in the fun and learning something new have a look at the Regular Activities page on the village hall website to find out contact details.

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