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Rugby urged to commemorate COVID-19 deaths

April 16, 2021 1:09 PM
By Rugby Lib Dems
Neil Sandison Trinity Churchyard (April 2021)

Cllr Neil Sandison in Holy Trinity Churchyard off Church Street, a location that could be utilised with a sculpture, monument or benches.

At Full Council on 20 April 2021, Councillor Neil Sandison (Eastlands) will ask the Leader of Rugby Borough Council how the town will commemorate and remember those who sadly died from COVID-19.

Question to the Leader of the Council:

Many towns and cities are honouring and remembering the lost souls who fell victim to Covid 19. Some by the provision of sculptures, monuments or benches displayed in public open spaces.

How will Rugby commemorate its 184 victims of Covid 19 in easily accessible open spaces and will we use the national campaign logo of a heart?

The Leader of the Council will respond on the night.