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  • Langham Community Park

    Created on: Tuesday, 23 June 2020 12:24

    Community Park Update With today's announcement by the Prime Minister Langham's Community Park will reopen on Saturday July 4th


  • Langham Brook

    Created on: Wednesday, 03 June 2020 08:43

    Abstraction of water from Langham Brook The brook running through Langham is owned by each riparian property and we thank each of you for fulfilling your responsibiites with regard to the maintenance of the bank and water course. The recent warm, dry spell has left the water level very low and we felt it was important to remind riparian owners that, whilst the abstraction of water up 20cubic metres per day or less does not require a licence from the Environment Agency, amounts in excess of this may do so and should be referred to them. A reminder of riparian duties: Pass on the flow of water without obstruction, pollution or diversion affecting the rights of others. Maintain the bed...


  • Household Waste Recycling Centres

    Created on: Wednesday, 13 May 2020 23:51

    Update on Household Waste Recycling Centres.   {pdf=|100%|1500|google}  


  • Bulky Waste Collections

    Created on: Monday, 04 May 2020 13:13

    Bulky waste collection service. RCC will resume its bulky waste collection service from Monday 4 May. The bulky waste service offers to collect and remove large household items such as furniture and white goods. The cost for removal is £32 for up to four items. All bulky waste items must be left outside of properties, where they can be easily collected and removed. Bulky waste operatives cannot currently enter people’s homes to remove items, meaning assisted collections are unavailable. Bulky waste collections can be booked by calling RCC’s customer services team on: 01572 722 577. A limited number of collection slots are available each day. Household Waste and Recycling Centres wil...


  • Rutland Agriculture Society Planning Application

    Created on: Saturday, 11 April 2020 12:14

    Rutland Agriculture Society Planning Application A planning application 2020/0245/FUL has been received by Langham Parish Council. It has been submitted by Rutland Agricultural Society and seeks a new entrance to the Rutland Show Ground on Burley Road. They propose this new entrance be via the field that lies next to Langham Junction level crossing. It would be used for vehicular exit during the Rutland show, and possibly for a limited number of other events, and would also be used by emergency vehicles. Langham Parish Council has recommended refusal as the application seems to ignore the Langham Neighbourhood Plan, is unsafe, seems impractical and would cause Langham no end of traffic ...


  • Household Waste

    Created on: Tuesday, 07 April 2020 13:10

    Household waste collections continue as normal but due to the extra waste generated by people being at home they are unable to take any additional waste. If it isn't in a bin it wont be taken. Both of the RCC Household Waste Recycling Centres are currently closed. Please store any items destined for the 'Tip' for the time being.


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Langham Parish Council in Rutland

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Welcome to the Parish Council website for Langham, in the smallest county in England, Rutland, and not to be confused with at least 6 other Langham villages around the country.

Parish Church of St Peter & St Paul in Langham VillageLangham Parish is just north of Oakham, Rutland’s county town, and covers a predominantly farming area of approximately 1182 hectares (2920 acres) extending 3.4 miles west to east and 2.3 miles north to south. It has a population of just over 1400 who generally live in the village of Langham or in a smaller residential community on the eastern edge of the Parish built on what used to be the kennels of the famous Cottesmore Hunt.

The entire village of Langham and part of its surrounding area is a Conservation Area. It has 40 listed buildings including St Peter and St Paul’s Church of England (GradeI) and the Old Hall (GradeII). There are numerous other structures throughout Langham that are listed and also some important ancient hedgerows, bridleways and trees throughout the parish. The earliest reference to Langham was in 1398 when it had its own Manorial Court but the building of the parish church began earlier in the 13th century. The parish was part of the Gainsborough Estate until 1926. Thanks to Langham Village History Group much of the history of Langham is well known and published (

In early 2018 the Langham Neighbour Plan was ‘made’ and in autumn of he same year the Langham Neighbourhood Plan won a Leicestershire and Rutland Rural Community Council Award that recognised the breadth and depth of our parish and whole community’s commitment and involvement in developing and owning an ambitious, well evidenced Plan. It provides the tools (Policies, Proposals and Community Actions) to safeguard the best in our village and parish and to guide developments and projects to enhance the quality of our environment and lives in Langham.

The Parish Church ( can be found at the centre of Langham village together with a busy Village Hall ( hosting many activities and a post office once a week. The village also has a Baptist Chapel, a Primary School ( and popular pub ( Just to the north east of the village you will find Rutland Polo Club ( and on an area of parish land, allotments, a children’s play area, a playing field, the parish burial ground and a Pocket Wildlife Park where woodland and picnic areas are maintained by volunteers. Information about events and weekly activities can be found under the tab EVENTS above or via the weblinks shown on this page.

Langham Parish Council was formed under the Local Government Act of 1894 and Minute Books indicate that some matters have been exercising the minds of councillors from the very beginning to the present day - overgrown shrubbery; the state of the brook (which runs through the middle of the viilage); council expenditure! In 1899 our Parish Council expenditure was £6 2s 0d, In 1990 it was £4,000 and, more recently, £16,000 in 2010, which is the equivalent of £160 in 1899. To explain this twenty-five fold increase, in 1899, we had no street lights, no piped water or sewage, roads were unpaved, grass cutting was carried out by residents, the church provide burial plots and allotments were privately owned. The current responsibilities of the 9 elected councillors representing parishioners on Langham Parish Council are shown under the Your Councillors tab.