Rugby’s MP Mark Pawsey joined visitors to Rose Narrowboats, at the Fosse Way, Stretton under Fosse, Near Rugby on Sunday morning as part of Heritage Open Days.
Local MP Mark Pawsey has welcomed the news that, from this week, the Government has extended the entitlement of 15 hours of free early education to the 40 per cent of most disadvantaged two year olds, which will help them fulfil their potential in life.
Rugby MP Mark Pawsey returns from visit where he has been promoting Rugby as the birthplace of the game.
Mark Pawsey has welcomed news that crime is falling. Latest figures from the independent Office for National Statistics show that since 2010 recorded crime in Warwickshire has fallen by 12%.
Rugby’s MP, Mark Pawsey has welcomed the news that former semi-professional speedway rider and a past Mayor of Rugby, Councillor Tony Gillias, has been elected Chairman of speedway’s governing body in Great Britain.
Local MP Mark Pawsey has welcomed the news that unemployment is continuing to fall across the Rugby Constituency, according to today's figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
The Government has announced that schools in some of the least fairly funded local areas in the country will benefit from a £390 million cash boost in the biggest step towards fairer schools funding in a decade.
Mark Pawsey is calling on Warwickshire County Council to reverse their decision to erect 50mph speed signs in the country lanes around the village of Brinklow.
Mark Pawsey has welcomed the announcement of new funding to support businesses and infrastructure in Rugby – helping local businesses to create new jobs and train more young people.
Housing Minister Kris Hopkins, visits Rugby to see first-hand the town’s pro-active approach to house-building.