Welcome to Caldecott Parish Council
We hope this website helps you to access Parish Council information and engage with Parish Council processes. Meetings are held every other month at the Village Hall; the dates for meetings can be found in the calendar, meeting agendas and minutes can be found here. You can learn more about the Parish Council’s responsibilities and access information from the ‘Your Parish Council’ menu.
Caldecott is a small historic ironstone village in Rutland, situated four miles from the market town of Uppingham. The Village is situated on the A6003 and has long campaigned for a bypass, it is surrounded by rolling countryside and close to the Eyebrook Reservoir nature reserve and Rockingham Forest.
We are especially proud of our new playground that young residents enjoy. The Village has an active community, hosting a number of clubs & societies and events, usually at our Village Hall. Caldecott’s Church dates back to the 12th century and is an attractive focal point for the Village, holding regular services.
At present, Parish Council Meetings are held via video conferencing.
Church Services and clubs have been suspended – please see the news section and the Benefice newsletter for the latest information.
Help and support is available for anyone struggling because of Coronavirus. A village support group has been established which can be accessed on the Village Nextdoor forum. There is also help available from Rutland County Council by calling 01572 729603.