Leicestershire and Rutland are predominantly rural counties with most of the population living in small rural market towns, villages and hamlets.
The RCC is a Leicestershire and Rutland based charity that focusses on activity to represent and support rural communities, a unique and valued role which we have held for well over 90 years. We work with people to tackle rural and community issues through community capacity building, community development, public consultation and engagement, awareness raising and assertive outreach.
The ethos underpinning the work of our charity is clear. By bringing people together and supporting them to deliver locally led solutions to the issues impacting their area we are helping to make rural communities across Leicestershire and Rutland happier, healthier, stronger, and more prosperous places to live and work.
We are a proactive and flexible charity that delivers projects and services to raise the profile of rural and to bring benefits and act as a collective voice for people and places across rural Leicestershire and Rutland.
You can find out more by reading our strategy 'Rural Matters', our Annual Review or the latest copy of our quarterly 'Impact' magazine.
The rest of our team includes:
Jennifer, Lady Gretton
Chair of Trustees
OUR OTHER TRUSTEES ARE:
Dale Mortimer (Vice Chair)
Phil Durban (Vice Chair)
John Flower (Treasurer)