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There is always something going on in and around Oakham and you can find all the latest clubs and activities here
No matter what type of business you’re looking for, there are companies all around that can meet your needs
If you need to find a car park while you explore Oakham, we have a full list of all the places you can park around town
Oakham is a stunning, small English market town located in the heart of Rutland. With its busy shops, friendly residents and amazing history, Oakham is worth a visit no matter what time of year.
Packed with history, your journey around Oakham can start from either the Rutland County Museum or the famous Oakham Castle, filled with some of the oldest horseshoes in the country.
With plenty of parking in the surrounding area, the Market Place is the heart of the town, with its many shops and easy access to the high street, you will find Oakham easy to navigate and the perfect place to spend an enjoyable day out.
Visiting on a Wednesday or Saturday gives you the perfect opportunity to attend our busy market, filled with stalls that have fascinating items on sale every week. If you fancy a break from exploring the town, Oakham is filled with many pubs and restaurants, perfect for a beautiful day out.
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Carolyn Acton-Reed, Oakham Town Centre Manager
Event info for April 1st Rutland Independence Celebrations …
Come and Enjoy… at The Castle
• Live music and entertainment throughout the day
• Delicious food and drink, including a celebratory ale from The Grainstore Brewery called ‘Raddleman’
• Displays from local Army regiments, including Military Working Dogs
• Displays of short films about Rutland
• Photo exhibition at Victoria Hall
• Run For Rutland at Rutland Showground
• Evening Choral Concert at All Saints Church
• Beacon lighting and FREE fireworks display in Cutts Close
Don’t forget to diary this amazing event in Oakham around Rutland and finishing in Melton Mowbray. The Rutland-Melton International CiCLE Classic Sunday 23 April, start time 11am in Oakham and returns to Oakham at midday before finishing in Melton. Make sure you are in Oakham early to grab a coffee and find a space.
The High Sheriff of Rutland is set to come to Oakham High Street to call on the citizens of Oakham to a Hue & Cry.
The Rutland County Show is back again and is bigger than ever, featuring a number of attractions and shows throughout the day.