Say it with flowers in and around Stamford

MYSTERY VOICE – well done Linda Page from Whitwell who won this week’s voice on its first outing today, she wins £20 for guessing Ann Widdecombe, we have another voice on Wednesday morning, again worth £20, and if it’s not guessed, £10 more each day

RUTLAND COMMUNITY HUB – on Friday the Rutland Volunteer Centre was renamed to better take account of the services it now offers, still run by Voluntary Action Rutland which started back in 1981. The Community Car Scheme is in desperate need of more drivers, either using their own car or one of the three vehicles the VAR has. Journeys range from trips into town to many miles to specialist hospitals – call 01572 724705 if you can help, or want to take advantage of the scheme.

JAMES BOND – despite Idris Elba being mentioned lots when I went Down Your Street to the Rutland Village at Ashwell, no one voted for him to be the next 007 on our weekend survey. 66% went to Tom Hardy, and the remaining shared equally between Tom Hiddleston and Michael Fassbender.

SCHOOLTALK – now with children from Great Casterton Primary at 7.40am describing people, places and objects

SPECIAL OLYMPICS – 7 from Rutland are competing later this year, 2 from Catmose College, Sam Burton and Abigail Grey were helped on Friday by a non uniform day

LONELY BOUQUETS – left in Stamford and in surrounding villages by Stamford Flower Club. Have you picked one up?

Rob

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