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Community order for Rugby woman who committed benefit fraud

Published on Tuesday 16th September 2014 in Benefits and help news

A RUGBY woman who fraudulently claimed more than £4,100 in benefits has been ordered to carry out 90 hours unpaid work.

Gold rush for Rugby at Heart of England in Bloom Awards

Heart of England in Bloom

Published on Tuesday 16th September 2014 in Parks and Open Spaces news

RUGBY struck gold for a seventh year in a row at the Heart of England in Bloom Awards.

Council's Pettiver Crescent development nears completion

Published on Tuesday 16th September 2014 in Housing news

BUILDERS have started putting the finishing touches to the first new homes at the council's Pettiver Crescent development in Hillmorton.

Rugby man sentenced for £20,000 benefit fraud

Published on Friday 12th September 2014 in Benefits and help news

A RUGBY man has been ordered to carry out 120 hours unpaid work after fraudulently claiming more than £20,000 in benefits.

Big Tidy Up tackles litter on the Black Path

Published on Tuesday 9th September 2014 in Rubbish and recycling news

THE Big Tidy Up tackles litter on the Black Path this Saturday - and residents have been urged to lend a hand.

Council campaign calls on residents to Recycle Right for Rugby

Recycle Right for Rugby

Published on Tuesday 2nd September 2014 in Rubbish and recycling news

A NEW campaign urges residents to Recycle Right for Rugby to help cut the cost of contaminated bins.

Rugby Radio Station tunes into Government funding for growth

Published on Wednesday 27th August 2014 in Planning news

THE development of the Rugby Radio Station site has been shortlisted for specialist Government funding.

Revel in Rugby's history during Heritage Open Days

Published on Tuesday 26th August 2014 in Local History and Heritage news

A HOST of Rugby's historic buildings open to the public next month to celebrate Heritage Open Days.

Council grant paves the way for Family Fun Day

Published on Wednesday 20th August 2014 in Community Development news

A CHURCH hosts a Community and Family Fun Day next month thanks to a grant from Rugby Borough Council.

Donations needed for new First World War exhibition

Published on Wednesday 20th August 2014 in Museums and Galleries news

RUGBY Art Gallery and Museum has launched a search for artifacts from the First World War to take pride of place in a forthcoming exhibition.

Hundreds have fun on National Play Day

National Play Day

Published on Wednesday 13th August 2014 in Play Schemes news

HUNDREDS of children descended on Whitehall Recreation Ground to join in the fun on National Play Day.

Feast of musical talent at Rugby ParkFest

Kingsland Road

Published on Tuesday 12th August 2014 in Parks and Open Spaces news

X FACTOR stars Kingsland Road headline Rugby's first ParkFest later this month.

Rugby Borough Council Leader to stand down

Published on Monday 11th August 2014 in Your Council news

Cllr Craig Humphrey, Leader of Rugby Borough Council, has been appointed Managing Director of the Coventry and Warwickshire Clearing House with effect from 1 September 2014.

Mayor visits school at the forefront of cyber-safety

cyber-safety

Published on Wednesday 6th August 2014 in Councillors and the Mayor news

THE Mayor of Rugby visited primary school pupils who scooped a national award for a short film promoting cyber-safety.

Rugby's World War One Commemorative Parade - Timetable and Road Closures

WW1 web

Published on Thursday 31st July 2014 in Events, tourism and countryside news

A PARADE takes place in Rugby town centre on Tuesday 5 August as part of the commemorations to mark the centenary of the start of the First World War.

Caldecott Park in seventh heaven with Green Flag Award

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Published on Monday 28th July 2014 in Parks and Open Spaces news

RUGBY'S Caldecott Park has won the prestigious Green Flag Award for a seventh year in a row.

Microchip your dog for free at Dog ID Day

Published on Friday 25th July 2014 in Environmental Health news

DOGS can be microchipped for free next week at a Dog ID Day.

Get SMART for the summer

SMART summer holiday programme

Published on Wednesday 9th July 2014 in Play Schemes news

THE council has a packed summer SMART programme to keep youngsters active and entertained during the school holidays.

Open evening at Rainsbrook Cemetery and Crematorium

Published on Wednesday 9th July 2014 in Deaths, Funerals and Cremations news

RESIDENTS can take a tour of Rainsbrook Cemetery and Crematorium next week.

Change to bin collections scheduled for Thursday 10 July

Published on Tuesday 8th July 2014 in Rubbish and recycling news

Residents who normally have their bins emptied on a Thursday are asked to put them out on Saturday instead this week.

Rugby bids a fond farewell to HMS Tireless

HMS Tireless

Published on Tuesday 1st July 2014 in Councillors and the Mayor news

THE Mayor of Rugby has paid tribute to HMS Tireless after the submarine's crew visited the town for the final time.

Civic programme will commemorate start of Great War

Published on Monday 30th June 2014 in Events, tourism and countryside news

A series of civic events will be held in Rugby to commemorate the start of the First World War.

Estate agent found guilty of housing benefit fraud

Published on Tuesday 24th June 2014 in Benefits and help news

AN ESTATE agent who claimed nearly £4,900 in housing benefit despite renting out a house she part-owned has been found guilty of benefit fraud.

Rugby Festival of Culture to serve up some great entertainment

Published on Monday 23rd June 2014 in Leisure and recreation news

This week sees the curtain lift on Rugby town centre’s showcase event - the ‘Rugby Festival of Culture’.

Funding boost for Rugby sports project

Published on Friday 20th June 2014 in Leisure and recreation news

A street sports project that will provide more activities for youth and young adults in Rugby will go ahead after Sport England's Community Sport Activation Fund allocated it £62,000.

Wildflowers taking hold in Rugby

Published on Thursday 19th June 2014 in Parks and Open Spaces news

It's wildflower season, and wildflowers are springing up all across Rugby.

Audit of Accounts

Published on Thursday 19th June 2014 in Your Council news

NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to Sections 15 and 16 of the Audit Commission Act 1998 and the Accounts and Audit Regulations 2011.

Recycle right and feed your green bin

Published on Tuesday 17th June 2014 in Rubbish and recycling news

A NEW campaign aims to encourage residents to recycle more food and garden waste in the council's green bins.

Community groups share borough council grants

Published on Wednesday 11th June 2014 in Your Community news

Rugby Borough Council has announced that it is to award nearly £245,000 in grants to community and voluntary organisations, up from £220,000 last year.

Former world champion unveils Rugby's tribute to a speedway legend

Jack Parker plaque unveiled

Published on Wednesday 4th June 2014 in Councillors and the Mayor news

FORMER world speedway champion Peter Collins visited Rugby this week to unveil the town's tribute to a legend of the sport.