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.

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Seaton Playing Fields are Open in accordance with Govt Covid Guidelines

Seaton Playing Fields are Open in accordance with Govt Covid Guidelines


The renovation of the Children's Play Area off Thompsons Lane Seaton has now been completed. A petanque pitch will be added in early Spring when the weather improves.

Seaton Parish Council has provided these facilities for the enjoyment of local residents and their families, but will not accept any liability for loss, damage or injury.

The area is therefore open for use in accordance with the following rules: More »

  • no dogs or kites are allowed in the playing fields.
  • the equipment is designed for children up to age 13 under the supervision of a responsible adult.
  • each responsible adult should decide which equipment their children may use and what level of supervision is required, taking account of each child's age, size and ability.
  • any damage should be reported immediately by email to the so that appropriate remedial action can be taken.

Users must comply with the Govt regulations on the use of play areas during the Covid pandemic. These are available on the Gov.UK website and stress that:

  • the virus can survive for up to several days on some hard surfaces. This risk may be reduced when outdoors, where surfaces may be subject to UV light and/or rain, but the virus could survive long enough on frequently used/touched outdoor surfaces to facilitate transmission;
  • playgrounds are therefore primarily open for use by children who do not have access to private outdoor space, like their own garden;
  • responsible adults can take children to a playground for exercise, but they must not socialise with other people while there;
  • anyone using the play area must comply with the 2 metre rule on social distancing whenever possible.

We hope that you enjoy the play area, but please follow these rules so that we all stay safe. If you don't, Seaton Parish Council will have no choice but to close the play area.

Nic Greenfield


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Posted: Sat, 06 Feb 2021 13:00 by Nic Greenfield

Two Small Allotments Available from March 2021

Two Small Allotments Available from March 2021

One of our current allotment holders has advised us that he plans to vacate 2 small, very well maintained allotments in March 2021. The annual rental of each plot for 2021 is £17.

If you are interested in renting one or both allotments please contact John Hill who is the Clerk to the Council for further information. His contact details are shown on the right hand side of our Home Page.

A plan showing the location of each allotment is available in the Gallery of this website.

Posted: Thu, 21 Jan 2021 11:12 by Nic Greenfield

Latest Update on Covid 19 Vaccinations in Rutland dated 14 Jan 2021

Although vaccine delivery remains erratic and unpredictable, Rutland Health Primary Care Network is making good progress on the first stages of the Rutland COVID Vaccination Programme which started on December 21st 2020.

All the residents of the 11 care homes looked after by Rutland Health PCN practices have now received their first doses of the COVID Vaccination. Many care home staff have also been vaccinated, and the remainder will be offered vaccination next week. Most of the care home staff have also received or been offered their first vaccination. More »

In addition, Rutland Health has also administered the first vaccination to just over two thirds of its patients who are aged over 80, and some of the frontline health and care staff who have contact with multiple older adults.

Full details of their progress and next steps are set out in the Rutland Health website which you can access using the weblink below. However, their key message at the moment is please do not contact your practice.

If you are aged over 80 and have not yet received a call you will be contacted within the next 2 weeks. If you miss a call they will contact you again. Where necessary, they will also use other ways of contacting patients to complete the priority 1 and 2 cohorts. » Less

Posted: Thu, 14 Jan 2021 12:22 by Nic Greenfield