Welcome to Greetham, Rutland

Greetham is a rural village situated in Rutland, England's smallest county. It is some six miles from Oakham and very close to Rutland Water which is internationally recognised as a globally important wetland site. It has a very active community with a warm and friendly atmosphere. In addition to two excellent pubs, village shop, a premier golf course nearby and a thriving community centre.

Stop press

Petition opposing Warehouse development on Quarry site

Greetham has said NO to the warehouse application with over 140 in-depth objections. Residents in Greetham have formed a Save Wildlife Action Group (SWAG) working alongside Greetham Parish Council to support the views of the village and provide valid arguments against the development.

We now all need to work together and your VOICE is still needed.
Please sign the online petition against the development and complete the questionnaire from Rutland County Council on the Future of Rutland to support the campaign.


Future of Rutland


Diabetes Prevention

The Diabetes Prevention programme is a free service for people who are at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes in our area. We focus on helping people to maintain a healthy weight, increase their physical activity levels and improve their diet, empowering them to take charge of their health and wellbeing and learn how to prevent Type 2 diabetes.
NHS England are temporarily allowing people who score moderate to high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes (a score of 16+) on a short questionnaire called the Know Your Risk Tool (https://preventing-diabetes.co.uk/know-your-risk-dtc/) to sign up for our programme if they wish to. This pathway is only available until 30th September 2021 and so we hope to support as many people as we can to get access onto our programme before then.

It must be out there somewhere.