The Parish Council is organising 2 awareness sessions, to be run by Rugby First Responders at the Townend Memorial Hall in Clifton upon Dunsmore on Saturday 25 March 2017.
The sessions will demonstrate life saving skills such as CPR, choking, recovery position etc and show residents how the new Community Defibrillator works.
The sessions will run at 10am and 11.15am. Please book a place to avoid disappointment by contacted the Clerk here or by telephoning 07786 102789.
Refreshments will be served between 10.45 and 11.15am, with an opportunity to complete the residents surveys on the proposed Joint Village Event and the proposed Adult Trim Trail.
Please note that the sessions are considered suitable for people aged 12 years and over.
Following the Borough Council’s approval for the new garden waste collection service they have compiled some web information that is now online at www.rugby.gov.uk/gardenwaste.
This information addresses most of the questions that have been seen on social media or that have been asked of the contact centre or through the website, and it is hoped you will find it useful when discussing the service with residents. However, feedback is welcomed, either on the clarity or consistency of the information or on information that could be added.
There are links to this web information from the recycling pages of the website and from the home page. It can also be found through the site search facility.
The Borough Council has now also confirmed that subscriptions will open on 6 March 2017, either through the weblink above, 24/7, or via (01788) 533332 between 9am and 5pm. They will accept card payments only. Credit cards will incur a 2.5 per cent surcharge, but debit cards will not incur any additional charges.
Social media, radio and newspaper advertising will start in the next few weeks, but in the meantime you may wish to “like” the council’s new facebook page at www.facebook.com/rugbyboroughcouncil.
An online poll is now ‘live’ on the Warwickshire Police website for the Rugby Rural North community to vote for the next forum priorities which will be set at the forum meeting which takes place in Withybrook on February 15th.
Please click here to have your say.
Warwickshire County Council is asking local people to get involved with a new campaign to help save money and help to protect the environment in 2017 by joining Slim Your Bin – the new campaign helping you to waste less and recycle more in order to shed pounds from your rubbish bin. Slim Your Bin .
Anyone from Warwickshire can sign up online or over the phone by calling 020 7326 5055.
For more information about waste collection and recyling in Warwickshire please view the Recycle for Warwickshire website
Residents will benefit from an additional black bin collection next week (week beginning 19 December) as a result of changes to the waste collection schedule this Christmas.
The additional collection is needed to make sure that every household has a black bin collection in both the week before and the week after Christmas.
The black bin is for general waste that cannot be composted or recycled. Food waste that cannot be composted, such as meat and bones, can be placed in the black bin, but the council will not empty bins containing garden waste.
Garden waste can be composted at home, kept until green bin collections restart, or taken to one of the Warwickshire County Council-run tips.
Black bins will be collected in weeks beginning 12 December, 19 December, 2 January and 16 January. Blue-lid recycling bins will continue to be collected fortnightly, on residents’ normal collection weeks.
Further changes to the black bin collection schedule come into effect for some residents during week beginning 23 January, and affected residents will be notified in the week beginning 9 January.
More information on changes to the Christmas waste collection schedule can be found at www.rugby.gov.uk/recycling, where residents can check their own personal schedule using the postcode search.
Rugby Borough Council has released the proposals for the new link road which will run between the Rugby Radio Station site and Butlers Leap.
To view the plans – and to make comment please click here R16/1638
Warwickshire County Council have issued an invite to a free event taking place this Thursday 14 July 2016 (today) which they have arranged with representatives from Severn Trent, the Environment Agency, Coventry, Solihull & Warwickshire Resilience Team and National Flood Forum who will be attending.
It is a special community forum for households who have been at risk from the recent flooding.
There will be a drop in session from 6pm to 6:45pm and presentations from 7pm to 8pm. It is taking place at Rainsbrook Conference Centre (Rugby Town Junior Football Club) – Kilsby Lane, Rugby, CV21 4PN.
The event is primarily focused on rural areas but people from the town are also welcome.
The forum is an ideal opportunity to like to pass on your views and find out if anything further can be done to prevent the flooding happening again. If you are unfortunately unable to make it to the meeting so please let the organisers know, and whether attendance would have been useful to you – also whether you have any comments to make.
Further details can be found here:
Watch out for the first of the new twice yearly Parish Council newsletters which will aim to deliver to each property in the parish over the next few days. We hope that the newsletter will inform residents about who and what the Parish Council is and what it does; with articles of interest about current and proposed activities.
If you can’t wait until it arrives on your doormat please click on the link here.
Urban&Civic the developers of Radio Station Rugby are holding a drop-in to view the detailed plans for the new Link Road which will begin next year.
The Drop-In session will take place at 6.30pm until 7.25pm on Monday 4 July at the Townsend Memorial Hall.
A representative of Urban&Civic will also be attending the Parish Council meeting at 7.30pm on the same evening, to provide a short presentation on the proposals at the start of the meeting.
Outline planning permission was granted in May 2014 and now a detailed planning application will be submitted shortly for the full road – running from Butlers Leap into the new development.
Investment from the Government’s Homes and Communities Agency is enabling the Link Road to be built well ahead of its original date and work is expected to begin in spring next year with completion by the end of 2018.
The declaration of status of published accounts was published as of 1 June 2016.
The period of inspection will commence on 3 June 2016 until 14 July 2016.
For full details on how and where the accounts can be inspected please view the full declaration by using the link below..