Welcome to Greetham, Rutland
Welcome to Greetham, Rutland.
Greetham is a rural village situated in the north of Rutland, England's smallest county. It is some six miles from Oakham, the county seat and very close to Rutland Water which is internationally recognised as a globally important wetland site. The village is a mixture of stone cottages, several thatched cottages, converted barns and modern detached houses. It has a population of 650.
Despite its small size, it has a very active community with a warm and friendly atmosphere. In addition to three excellent pubs, village shop, a premier golf course nearby and a thriving community centre.
Each week, there is a "Meet'em in Greetham Cafe" cafe in the Community Centre at 10am on Thursday. All welcome. Click this link to see more.
MAKE A DATE FOR THE FETE!
Greetham Church Fete – Saturday 8 July 2017
Donations wanted!! Clear out your attics!! Please can you help raise money for the church roof repairs by donating any second hand items that are in good condition to the fete:
second hand books and DVDs
scarves, ties, handbags and jewellery
We’ll start collecting these on 17 June – please bring directly to the church. Also, we’d be very grateful for any tombola or raffle prizes (new items in packaging).
Competitions!! Kids – start preparing for our annual competition. This year your challenge is to make a model from LEGO. Be creative and choose your own theme. Men – your cake baking challenge is to bake a boozy cake! The only specification is that it should include alcohol.
Please like our Greetham Church Fete facebook page and look out for posts with more information about competitions and events on the Greetham in Rutland page. Information is also posted on www.greethamrutland.com.
Hope you can support this annual village event which is raising money for repairing the church roof.
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