News

Recycle this Halloween

Cllr. Heather Timms, the Warwickshire County Council portfolio holder for Environment and Heritage and Culture has sent a call out in local press asking residents to recycle this Halloween.  Cllr. Timms said,  "Recycling is important whatever the season it is.

Our Rugby, Our Future

Our Rugby, Our Future is a free information drop-in event for residents taking place at the Benn Hall on Wednesday 6th November.  The event will include stalls showcasing the variety of services supported by the community, voluntary and public sectors.

The Big Draw

The Big Draw has been proclaimed a huge success in a recent council press release.  The free family event which included fun activities for artists and non-artists young and old had over 400 visitors. 

Gold for 12th year in a row

The town has been awarded gold at the Heart of England in Bloom Awards, for a 12th year in a row. Rugby also won the overall gold for the Heart of England region at the award ceremony, for a second year running.

Celebrate Rugby

Conservative Rugby Borough Council has joined forces with Rugby School, Rugby First and town centre businesses to organise 'Celebrate Rugby', a packed programme of entertainment inspired by the World Cup and its host nation this year, Japan.

Rugby Declares Climate Emergency

Rugby Borough Council has declared a climate emergency and will adopt an action plan to address the council’s impact on climate change within six months.

LGBT+ Safe, Valued and Supported.

Conservative led Rugby Borough Council commissioned Warwickshire Pride to research the views and experiences of members of the LGBT+ community in Rugby Town.

Green Flag Success Continues

Keep Britain Tidy has awarded five of the towns parks prestigious green flags, the mark of a quality park or green space. 

Major Revamp for two Town Parks

Conservative led Rugby Borough Council has plans to provide a much needed revamp to two local parks in the town, Rokeby Open Space and Whinfield Recreation Ground.