Back to the land for new glamping consultancy

Back to the land for new glamping consultancy

Inspired by one of the world’s most renowned 18th Century designers, new glamping development company Morel & Co will officially launch at the UK’s dedicated glamping event, The Glamping Show (20th to 22nd September) at the NEAC Stoneleigh Park, near Birmingham.

Out with the "old" at The Wisteria Hotel

Out with the "old" at The Wisteria Hotel

New owners Chris Newsham and Kristy Carey moved into The Old Wisteria in Catmos Street in April and have grand plans to restore and revive the hotel to make it more appealing to people living in and visiting the town, starting with the bar and restaurant areas.

Grainstore Brewery Tap ditches plastic straws

Grainstore Brewery Tap ditches plastic straws

An Oakham pub has ditched traditional plastic straws in favour of biodegradable alternatives in a bid to reduce the amount of waste it is sending to landfill...

Rutland businesses team up for "beerish" bake-off

Rutland businesses team up for "beerish" bake-off

Using bottles of The Grainstore’s real ales and ciders brewed in Oakham, Naomi Morgan, who opened The Rutland Cake Company Café earlier this year has written recipes that will not only be baked and sold at both locations but can be recreated at home...

New grant scheme available from Arts 4 Rutland

New grant scheme available from Arts 4 Rutland

Arts 4 Rutland, which is a team of volunteers who organise cinema nights, drama and arts events in the county voted unanimously to increase the amount of grant money that arts groups can apply for to help fund their project, from £500 to £1,000 and for individuals from £250 to £500.

Casterton College Rutland celebrate best ever GCSE results

Casterton College Rutland celebrate best ever GCSE results

It is the first year that students have been graded on a score of 1-9 in English Language, English Literature and Maths and Hannah Mahon from Stamford and Katie Mounsor from Careby have become the first Casterton students to pass two subjects with a grade 9 score, putting them in the top two per cent in the country...