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Hillmortons Great British September Clean

County Councillor Yousef Dahmash joined Hillmortons' borough councillors and volunteers for some much needed local litter picking this morning as part of the Keep Britain Tidy's Great British September Clean campaign.

Rugby Live - Huge Success

Around 15,000 viewers over three days logged on to watch Rugby Live said a Council press release today. 

2M Boost for Development

After hearing that the government will provide up to £2million for the Caldecott Square development, Cllr Jill Simpson-Vince, the councils conservative portfolio holder for Growth and Investment, said, “I am thrilled that Rugby Borough Council has secured up to £2 million of government funding to

Rugby Live

A free online festival celebrating music, art and heritage, takes place this coming weekend. Friday 31st July to Sunday 2nd August, the live stream will start at 2pm each day.

Debate to Start on Councils Future Structure

Rugby Councillors will debate a recommendation to invite other councils across Warwickshire to join a review of their future structure and powers, said a council press release issued today. 

New Litter Campaign Launched

A new litter campaign has been launched after the Borough Council highlighted that staff were collecting an extra ten tonnes of litter and human waste from parks and open spaces every day.

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.

New Toilet Facility Given Go Ahead

A new accessible changing and toilet facility for adults with disabilities has been supported by Rugby Council's Conservative cabinet for installation in the Rugby Central shopping centre.

Walk Your Rubbish Home

Conservative Rugby Borough Council has launched a campaign to remind residents to take their rubbish home when leaving a park.

Cattle Market Regeneration

The derelict Cattle Market site near the railway station could be in for a new lease of life.  Permission for a development has been granted recently by the councils planning committee.