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News published April 2014

Rugby Borough Council - Elections 2014

Published: 25 April 2014

Statement of Nominations and Notice of Poll

Rugby strikes gold in Visit England's Hall of Fame

hall of fame

Published: 23 April 2014

RUGBY'S place in history as the birthplace of the game has secured the town a gold award in Visit England's prestigious Hall of Fame.

Mayor and MP urge school pupils to visit war graves

war graves

Published: 23 April 2014

THE Mayor of Rugby joined the town's MP on a tour of the borough's cemeteries to view Commonwealth war graves.

New play area for Alwyn Road Recreation Ground

alwyn road play area

Published: 14 April 2014

WORK has started on a new play area at Alwyn Road Recreation Ground.

Rugby recruits first volunteer dog wardens

volunteer dog wardens

Published: 14 April 2014

RUGBY Borough Council's crackdown on dog fouling is gathering momentum after the borough’s first volunteer dog wardens signed up.

Celebrate Rugby's parks and Have a Field Day

have a field day

Published: 14 April 2014

COMMUNITIES across the borough can Have a Field Day this summer and celebrate Rugby's parks and open spaces.

Advanced manufacturers invited to Clearing House event

Published: 3 April 2014

Around 100 engineering and manufacturing companies are to meet next week to discover how they can benefit from a new initiative designed to grow the economy.

New Bilton has the appetite for a Big Day Out

Published: 1 April 2014

RESIDENTS of a part of New Bilton can get their hands dirty this Sunday helping out with the borough's first ever community-led edible gardening project.

Strategic Economic Plan bids for infrastructure cash

Published: 1 April 2014

Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership (CWLEP) has outlined the key projects which will create over 50,000 new jobs, build 75,000 houses and invest in transport infrastructure.

Council to request review of number of councillors

Published: 1 April 2014

An extraordinary meeting of Rugby Borough Council has resolved to apply to the Local Government Boundary Commission (LGBC) for a possible reduction in the number of councillors.

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