During National Apprenticeship Week, Rugby MP Mark Pawsey has supported the Prime Minister’s vision for it to become the new norm for young people to either go to university or start an apprenticeship.
In the House of Commons, Mark highlighted a recent campaign that points out food packaging can save the average UK family hundreds of pounds a year.
Over the past three years Mark Pawsey MP has been collecting football shirts for Project Umubano, a Conservative Party social action project, in the African country of Rwanda which was launched. In July 2010 the people of Rugby demonstrated their incredible kindness by donating over 150 shirts.
Today Mark has renewed his calls for donations and is hoping, perhaps, that with players constantly moving between clubs and with club’s regularly releasing new shirts that, once again, the people of Rugby will be generous with their old, or unwanted, shirts and donate them to the project.
Local MP Mark Pawsey supports campaign to save 2RRF
Mark organised a tour around Parliament for the Mayor
Mark joins local Rugby Borough Councillors to open the new facility
Local MP Mark Pawsey visits Orbit Heart of England homes in Rugby
City Deal announcment means additional money and resources to enable manufacturing businesses to thrive.
Local MP Mark Pawsey has welcomed new proposals from Conservative Justice Secretary Chris Grayling to help young offenders turn their backs on crime.
Rugby MP visits local YMCA residential projects.