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  • JR TD NN changing room pic
    Article: Oct 9, 2017
    By Rugby Lib Dems

    Councillor Tim Douglas has written to the local papers about the questions he is asking at Council and the need for a strategic policy and plan in place with regards to upgrading changing room facilities.

    Dear Editor,

    I was pleased to read in last week's paper about concerns for the condition of changing room facilities at Featherbed Lane. This is an issue that I raised at Full Council in August because other facilities at GEC field, Alwyn Road and Whinfield Rec are also suffering. I was disappointed to learn when I asked the Council if they have a strategic policy and plan in place with regards to upgrading changing room facilities, it is not deemed necessary to have a policy for such a small number of changing rooms. I don't think this is acceptable. Parks, changing rooms and pavilions are important community assets and help improve our health and well-being. They should be accessible for as many people as possible. I want to see Rugby Borough Council upgrade all changing room facilities and ensure a policy is in place so they allow for greater community use.

  • Cllrs Compost Event Sept 2017
    Article: Oct 2, 2017
    By Rugby Lib Dems

    On Saturday 30 September 2017, Rugby Liberal Democrats successfully held their second drop-in community composting event at the GEC Recreation Ground changing rooms on Hillmorton Road to help residents find out how they can recycle more and reduce their food and garden waste.

    This time the event involved a Workshop from the Recycle for Warwickshire Team who talked to a group of residents about the basics of composting and how to get started. Master Composters John and Sandy Young were also on hand to pass on their knowledge and experience.

  • Rugby Borough Council
    Article: Sep 29, 2017
    By Rugby Lib Dems

    At a full meeting of Rugby Borough Council on 28 September 2017 the ruling Conservative group voted against a Liberal Democrat motion that asked the Council to consider re-opening the former Stone Yard Cattle Market car park by seeking temporary planning permission.

    If passed the Council would have been able to introduce a temporary car park to alleviate considerable on street congestion for local residents in the area, provide relief from all day parking at the train station and allow additional parking for the two doctors surgeries and pharmacy at the Rugby medical centre.

  • Rugby sign (lighter)
    Article: Sep 25, 2017
    By Rugby Lib Dems

    Councillors and campaigners representing the Liberal Democrats in the Hillmorton area have submitted their objections to Rugby Borough Council against a proposal to build up to 130 houses on land on the east side of Kilsby Lane.

    The proposed development is for 'Outline planning permission for the erection of up to 130 dwelling houses, including vehicular access from Kilsby Lane, open space, landscaping, surface attenuation pond, pedestrian and cycle links to Crick Road together with associated works (all matters reserved with the exception of access (in part) from Kilsby Lane).'

  • Compost Revolution
    Article: Sep 25, 2017
    By Rugby Lib Dems

    Rugby Liberal Democrats will be hosting its second drop-in community event on Saturday 30 September from 10:00am until 12:30pm at the GEC Recreation Ground changing rooms on Hillmorton Road to improve how we recycle food and green waste.

    Your local Liberal Democrat Councillors have once again teamed up with Master Composters John and Sandy Young. This community event is to showcase what we can do as individuals with food and green waste. Also invited is the charity, Love Food Hate Waste who aim to raise awareness of the need to reduce food waste and help us taken action.

  • Jerry Roodhouse
    Article: Sep 18, 2017
    By Rugby Lib Dems

    Liberal Democrats on Warwickshire County Council are proposing the following motion at the County Council on Thursday 21 September 2017.

    "That in light of the Director of Public Health's Annual Report 2017, which highlights the impact of loneliness and isolation on people's health and wellbeing, Council asks Cabinet to consider what steps could be taken to reduce social isolation and loneliness including how we work with partners and the voluntary and community sector on targeted initiatives and the role that public transport plays in this context."

  • Tim & Craig Pharmacy pic
    Article: Sep 13, 2017
    By Rugby Lib Dems

    Rugby Liberal Democrats are urging local residents to put their views across on experiences of local pharmacy services to help guide decisions on how services can be improved.

    Coventry City Council and Warwickshire County Council are working in partnership with the NHS to understand how you use pharmacies (or Chemists) and the services they provide that are most important to residents.

  • Clifton Fete 2017
    Article: Sep 11, 2017
    By Rugby Lib Dems

    Clifton upon Dunsmore will be holding its first traditional Village Fete for many years on Saturday 16 September. The Fete will be held at South Road playing fields, starting at 12 noon until 5 pm.

    The Fete will feature live music from local bands, over 20 stalls from a variety of local traders, an Open Produce and Craft Show together with a Bar and BBQ, Tea and Cake Tent and a Main Ring programme including a Family Fun Dog Show and demonstrations from local dance and martial arts schools, Clifton Primary school and Old Laurentians RFC minis and juniors.

  • Rugyb Lib Dems 10 questions survey
    Survey: Sep 3, 2017
    10 questions

    We are keen to find out what you think of your area. We have 10 quick questions.

  • NN Vere Rd Bus Shelter July 2017
    Article: Sep 3, 2017
    By Rugby Lib Dems

    After a long campaign by Liberal Democrat Councillors in Paddox Ward, we have finally managed to get a desperately needed bus shelter for the Vere Road bus stop.

    The bus shelter was paid for through the Warwickshire County Councillor's delegated capital funding grant by former Liberal Democrat County Councillor Richard Dodd and Councillor Jerry Roodhouse.