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.
Fusion - New group for girls
See Whats On - 19th January 2017
A new teenage girls group, age 12-18, called Fusion, will be launched on 19th January starting 7-8.30pm at greetham community centre.
Fusion will be an opportunity for girls to create their own space for fun, creativity, and friendship to ultimately fill girls with self-confidence, self awareness and self esteem. It aims to involve the whole of our community, bringing together girls from around the Cottesmore diocese.
Fusion will be facilitated by Ruth Douglas and Julie Bertuzzi to allow girls freedom to express themselves in a safe place, initially on a monthly basis.
If you can spread the word to any teenage girls you think would be interested that would be great.
Fusion will be advertised through posters and flyers around the diocese, and in the local newsletters, with contact details for any girls interested in building their own teenage girl space, from scratch.
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