Seaton is a small rural village in Rutland, which is the smallest county in England. The village is located in the East Midlands, about 100 mile north of London, but close to many historical towns such as Uppingham, Oakham and Stamford, and within easy each of local cities such as Leicester, Peterborough and Cambridge. It is also just a stone's throw from Rutland Water and Eyebrook Reservoir which offer fantastic opportunities for walking, cycling, sailing, trout fishing and bird watching. Put simply, it's a great place to live!

Most of your local services are provided by Rutland County Council which is based in nearby Oakham, but Seaton Parish Council works closely with them to represent local views so that we can make Rutland, and Seaton in particular, an even better place to live, work and play.

If you want to report a maintenance problem with local roads or pathways (eg street lighting, flooding, potholes, fly-tipping) you should do this directly to Rutland County Council using their website or the fixmystreet link below.

However, if you want to know what's going on in Seaton and how we conduct village business, this website includes a wealth of information. Please use the search facilities or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require, or would like to add something to the site, then please contact us. We are here to help.

Latest News

Church Bells to Ring on Thursday 29 July at 7.15

Church Bells to Ring on Thursday 29 July at 7.15

Bob Williams has asked me to let you know that the bell ringers at St Andrew's Church in Seaton will be performing a Quarter Peal of Surfleet Surprise Minor on Thursday July 29th between 7.15 and 8.00 pm. The bell ringers hope that you enjoy it.

Posted: Fri, 23 Jul 2021 20:16 by Nic Greenfield



Posted: Wed, 07 Jul 2021 10:28 by John Hill



Dogs have been a great source of joy for many of us during the recent pandemic, but they can also be a source of concern for others.

Seaton Parish Council has received a number of complaints recently so please forgive this timely reminder to dog owners:

- Please keep your dogs under control, especially when they are off their lead.

- Please do not take your dogs into the playing field (so we avoid the risk of children becoming infected through contact with dog faeces). More »

- Please, pick up your dog poo and either take it home or place it in a bin (there is noe outsigde the pedestrian entrance to the playing field and one by the steps in the pub car park).

- And, please don't leave bags of dog poo on the ground or hanging in trees or bushes - its unhealthy and unsightly.

Many thanks. » Less

Posted: Wed, 26 May 2021 14:34 by Nic Greenfield