Cottesmore Parish Council

Serving the people of Cottesmore

Clerk: Kerry Nimmons
17 Crocket Lane, Empingham
Oakham LE15 8PW

  • Wreath laying at Memorial

    Wreath laying at Memorial

  • Beacon of Light

    Beacon of Light

  • Air Training Corp

    Air Training Corp

Welcome to the Cottesmore Parish Council Website

Cottesmore Parish Council provides YOUR local services. We strive to make the village a better place to live, work and visit. The website includes a wealth of information about what is happening within our community.

Notices:

Cottesmore History and Archaeology Group

Cottesmore History and Archaeology Group are currently working to produce another book, and we are looking for your help with it. Sometime ago we captured on tape memories of village life from some of our older inhabitants – this new book will bring together extracts from these interviews, and so aim to present a picture of village life between the 1930s and the 1970s. We would like to illustrate these memories with pictures of village scenes from that period – so if you have any photos that you would be willing to lend us we would be happy (and very grateful) to hear from you. If you think you can help, may we ask you to contact us by ringing John Meara on 812350. Many thanks.

  • : Internet Safety Event – 9th February 2019 (PDF, 458 Kb)

    Internet Safety Event - 9th Feburary

    Rutland County Council are organising an Internet Safety Event aimed at parents to come along and find out about online gaming, image sharing, privacy settings and online controls in order to keep their children safe online and when using their mobile phones.

    Our young people have a lot of input through schools but as parents, it is difficult to know where to go to access support when your child begins their journey into online gaming and using mobile technologies. Furthermore, apps change so quickly it is difficult to keep up with what is current and safe to use.

    Please would you be so kind as to print off this poster and share with your own networks. We have key speakers from the UK Safer Internet Centre as well as opportunities for Q and A session to ask any questions relevant to help and support.

    We thank you for your support in raising awareness of this event. We feel it is so important to offer our parents the opportunity to come along and gain support and advise in how to keep their children safe on line.

    For more information including timings click on the link to see the Poster.

  • Road Closure Junction Main Street and Mill Lane (PDF, 354 Kb)

    NOTICE FROM RUTLAND COUNTY COUNCIL

    Road Closure at the junction of Main Street and Mill Lane.

    The Closure is to enable Tarmac to undertake a build out at the junction on behalf of Rutland County Council
    It is anticipated the works will take 5 days. The closure shall come into force when the appropriate signs and diversion route are erected on site.
    The duration of the Closure shall be as follows: from 14th January 2019 to 18th January 2019
    The alternative route during the closure will be via the route shown on the attached plan (also available to view at the Council Office) and as shown on roadworks.org
    The alternative route during the closure will be via the following streets: Mill Lane, Market Overton Road, Ashwell Road, Burley Road, Main Street
    Reasonable facilities will be provided to allow access to adjacent premises while the work is being carried out.

    See the link above for the full RCC Notice.