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Councillor Yousef Dahmash

Warwickshire County Councillor for Hillmorton Division 
Yousef is Chair of Children's Safeguarding and is also on the Corporate Parenting Panel.

Councillor Dave Cranham

Borough Councillor for Hillmorton Ward
Dave is a Member of the Planning Committee and a Member of the Whittle Overview and Scrutiny Committee

Councillor Ian Picker

Ian Picker became a Borough Councillor in Hillmorton in May 2018.  He is vice chair for Planning and a member of the Environment and Growth Scrutiny Committee (formerly Whittle). 


Getting Stuck In

Adam Daly joined the local Hillmorton Conservative team last year and is already getting stuck into the issues which matter most to local residents. Adam is a teacher who grew up locally and attended Ashlawn School.

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.

Paddox Junction Plans

Hillmorton Borough Councillors Kathryn Lawrence, Ian Picker and David Cranham have welcomed the news that Conservative led Warwickshire County Council is now consulting the public on plans for major improvements to the Paddox Junction. 

Season's Greetings from your Hillmorton Team

Councillors Kathryn Lawrence, Ian Picker, David Cranham and County Councillor Yousef Dahmash are wishing their residents in Hillmorton a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New year.

Remembrance Preparation in Hillmorton

Hillmortons Borough Councillor Kathryn Lawrence arranged for the Hillmorton War Memorial to be cleaned, in preparation for this years Remembrance Sunday which commemorates 100 years since the end of World War One.  A grant from Hillmorton Charities paid for a protective coating on the Memorial, 

Police Checks - Hillmorton

Councillors Yousef Dahmash and Ian Picker have successfully campaigned to have Rugby Police conduct high profile visibility checks in August and September on The Kent and Lower Street.

Armed Forces Day

The Armed Forces Day flag was raised at the Town Hall this morning to pledge the borough's support for the British Army, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force.