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.
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Just a quick note for those interested in the BBC TV
quiz show POINTLESS.
Sue Bromwell and Don McGarrigle's performance on the show will be broadcast on 23rd and 24th May on BBC1 at 5.15pm. Sue and Don will be leaving the county on those evenings for fear of embarrassment but will be available for signed autographs after the shows.
If anyone is inter-
ested in playing social tennis at the Community Centre come along 7pm to 9pm
Also the Cricket nets are up (well they will be hopefully tomorrow night), so anyone wanting to prac- tise their bowling or batting please use the facility.
Perhaps interested parties to come along Thursday’s 7pm to 9pm (except when the Gathering is on!)
Thanks Stephen Calnan Anyone can e-mail ste- email@example.com if you want to discuss further
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