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, welcome to Ketton Parish Council website

Ketton Parish Council serving the Village of Ketton in Rutland and bringing village and public information to you. 

Please contact us if you have any information to add to this site, suggestions or questions concerning the work of the Parish Council. We also invite you to tell us if you have any concerns you feel Council should be aware of or where it can help or support you.

The Parish Council office is open on  Wednesday and Thursday from 9am-4pm.

Click here to contact the clerk.

 

INFORMATION  


Ketton Good Neighbour Scheme

For Good Neighbour help with

Occasional transport e.g. visit to doctor, Collection of prescription/pension, Emergency help to look after pets, One-off tidy of your garden, Minor Household repairs, Form filling etc.

call        07517 798397


 
Updated Documents (New)
The Ketton Village Directory (Dec 2016) and the List of Contacts for Societies /Organisations (Dec 2016) are available to read and download from the website Document Archive. To access go  to Parish Council. Document Archive/Village Information.


 
Village Event Information
 
For further Village current event information please go to our Facebook page


 
Ketton Village History Website
 
Ketton has a fascinating history and we are fortunate to have a website dedicated to the subject. To access it follow the link
 
 


 
   

 

PARISH COUNCIL NOTICES


 


 

 
KETTON PARISH COUNCIL OFFICE
CHRISTMAS OPENING HOURS
 
WEDNESDAY 20 DECEMBER    OPEN
THURSDAY 21 DECEMBER OPEN
WEDNESDAY 27 DECEMBER     CLOSED
THURSDAY 28 DECEMBER      CLOSED
THE OFFICE WILL REOPEN ON
WEDNESDAY 2 JANUARY 2018

   


 
COME AND MEET
GARY CONDE' & GORDON BROWN
RUTLAND COUNTY COUNCILLORS REPRESENTING KETTON WARD
 
                     
 
ON THE FIRST SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH IN
BARROWDEN VILLAGE SHOP
BETWEEN 9 & 10AM
&
KETTON COMMUNITY HUB/LIBRARY
BETWEEN 10.15 & 11.15AM
 

 

 

 


 

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There has been a series of recent incidents reported to Action Fraud where a lone fraudster has approached victims whom they believe to be unfamiliar with the local area. They make an excuse to talk to the victims such as enquiring about directions or offering a recommendation for a good hotel.
 
After this interaction, several other fraudsters will intervene purporting to be police officers in plain clothes and will sometimes present false identification as proof. The fake officers will then give a reason to examine the victims’ wallet, purse or personal items. They may also examine the first fraudster’s items or try to tell victims that the first fraudster is suspicious in order to gain victim trust and appear more realistic in their guise.
 
After all the fake police ‘checks’ are finished, victims have then reported being handed back their personal items only to later realise that a quantity of money or valuables were missing.
 
How to protect yourself:
  • If an individual claims to be a police officer ask for their name and rank, force, and examine any identification presented; this is always good practice but especially important if they are not wearing a uniform.
  • The Police will never ask for your passwords or PIN details. Do not give this information to anyone.
  • The Police will never request that you withdraw/transfer any money to them or to a ‘safe’ account.
  • If you have been affected by this, or any other fraud, report it to Action Fraud by visiting
 

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SUNDAY PAPERS

 

COLLYWESTON COMMUNITY SHOP

OPEN 9AM TO 12 NOON

GIVE US A CALL ON 01780 440830

TO PLACE AN ORDER

 

 

 

follow us on Facebook and Twitter @collywestonshop

 

 

 

21 HIGH STREET, COLLYWESTON

   

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 
KETTON PARISH COUNCIL
 
PARISH COUNCILLOR
VACANCY
 
Ketton Parish Council is looking for someone to serve as a Parish Councillor.
 
Are you interested in local current affairs?
Do you wish to serve your Community?
Could you provide a voice for residents?
 
The term of office will run until the next ordinary elections in May 2019
 
To qualify you must either be on the 2018 Register of Electors for Ketton and/or during the previous 12 months prior to appointment by co-option, either have occupied as owner or tenant any land or premises in the parish, or had their principal or only place of work in the parish, or have resided either in the parish or within 3 miles of the parish boundary.
You should also not be disqualified for election under Section 80 of the Local Government Act 1972.
 
Please contact the Clerk by 6th February if you are interested in becoming a councillor
 
Sarah Ayling       Parish Clerk
kettonpc@btinternet.com
01780 722451
 

 

Agendas and minutes of all

Ketton Parish  Council

meetings can now be viewed at

https://www.ketton.org.uk/ketton-parish-council-meetings

 Unfortunately we are unable to load them onto this website due to technical difficulties
 
 
 
 
 

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