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Councillor Peter Butlin

Warwickshire County Councillor for the Admirals & Cawston Division. Councillor Peter Butlin is also Deputy Leader of Warwickshire County Council and Portfolio Holder for Finance and Governance. Rugby Borough Councillor for Admirals and Cawston Ward

News

Cawston - Theft Warning

Admirals and Cawston councillors have put out a stark warning on their facebook page about reports of someone trying vehicle and house doors overnight in the area. They warn that the vast majority of thefts in the area are committed through an unlocked car or house door.  Cllr.

General Election Boundaries - Cawston Extension

If you live in the new part of Cawston, also know as the ‘Cawston Extension’, your parliamentary constituency is Kenilworth & Southam and not Rugby. It is likely your polling station will be in Dunchurch.

Sunday Morning in Cawston

Admirals & Cawston Councillor Dale Keeling joins members of the local community litter picking on a Sunday morning.  The sessions are held every Sunday (weather permitting).  Meeting at the Co-Op at 10am and finishing at 11am, litter pickers, bags and gloves are provided. 

Which bin should I use?

Watch this short animation to see Rugby Borough Council's black rubbish, blue-lid recycling and green garden waste bins tell us which rubbish they can take - and which of them are plastic bag intolerant. Includes subtitles.

Local Groups get Funding - Admirals & Cawston

Every year County Councillors have a capital sum to allocate to charities and community organisations which serve the local area. At the last budget that sum was increased by £1,000 to £6,000 per year.

Callier Close - Cawston

Councillor Dale Keeling is asking local residents on Callier Close to keep an eye out for bad driving. 

Bilton High School - Gypsy & Traveller Encampment

An unauthorised Gypsy and Traveller encampment was set up at Bilton High School playing fields on Lawford Lane this morning. The local Borough Councillors visited the area to see the situation for themselves.