Great Casterton Parish Council

Serving the people of Great Casterton

Clerk: Derek Patience
29 Priory Gardens, Stamford
PE9 2EG

Tel: 01780 753066

  • The Village from the Roman Fort

    The Village from the Roman Fort

  • Church of St Peter & St Paul

    Church of St Peter & St Paul

  • Old Great North Road

    Old Great North Road

Welcome to the web site of the Parish of Great Casterton, a village of some 365 people on the eastern edge of Rutland.

The Parish Council consists of a Chairman and four Councillors who meet about every two months in Casterton Business  & Enterprise College. The date and the agenda for the meeting is posted on the notice boards, the meetings calendar and the Agenda tab on this web site a week in advance.

As an elected body we are responsible to you, the people we represent. Attending a council meeting is the best way to find out what we do. Look in the Meetings Calendar to find dates for our public meetings.

The Parish Council is compliant with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) 2018 which came into force on 25th May 2018. The Council's general privacy notice on Data Protection can be viewed on this website under "The Parish Council" on the left hand side. The Council Data Controller is the Clerk.

See the latest News box on the left for what is happening and also the Police Notices. There is a Tab for the Parish Church which gives information about our Parish Church and Services.

On the right hand side there is a What's On calendar.

Latest News

Great Casterton Defibrillator

Great Casterton Defibrillator

Great Casterton has been left off the Stamford Mercury's (page 15) list of Rutland Defibrillator sites.

Ours is still on the Church Hall and serviceable

Fri, 17 Aug 2018 11:46 by Mark Bush

Safety tips for young people - Message from the Police

Safety tips for young people - Message from the Police

Safety Tips For Young People - To help keep you safe and secure, try to follow these basic guidelines:

  • be sure your parents always know where you are and how to contact you
  • if possible, go out accompanied by friends and return home with them
  • if you do go out alone, arrange transport to and from where you are going – with a relative, friends or cab – and confirm arrangements for your return journey before you set off
  • if your arranged transport from a concert or other event fails to arrive and you can see that you will be left on your own, speak to the organisers and ask to use their telephone to make other arrangements. Ask to stay until transport arrives
  • don't accept a lift from someone you've only just met
  • try to find casual jobs, such as babysitting, through family or friends, and be careful about answering advertisements. Try to go with a parent or friend on the first day
  • when babysitting, always make sure you have a contact number for the childs parents so you can reach them if you need to. If anyone comes to the house don't let them in. Ask telephone callers to ring back – don't tell them you are alone. It helps to keep a list of emergency numbers in case of problems
  • when working a paper round, if strangers invite you into their homes or offer you a lift, politely refuse and move on quickly
  • wherever you are, be aware of how to make an emergency telephone call and the quickest way out.
  • Further information on how to stay safe is available on the Thinkuknow and itsnotokay websites.

Mon, 13 Aug 2018 11:46 by Mark Bush

Police warning on theft from vehicles

Police warning on theft from vehicles

The Police have reported a spike in theft from vehicles parked in isolated locations. There is a short video which has been put out on the Leicestershire Police Twitter account @rutlandpolice as well as through our facebook page for Rutland Police.

Please do not park in isolated locations if possible and not to leave any valuables in their cars.

Mon, 13 Aug 2018 11:36 by Mark Bush