Rugby MP Mark Pawsey has today welcomed new Government funding for pothole repairs and urged Warwickshire County Council to bid for support.
Last week Rugby MP Mark Pawsey met with Andrew Lewis of Christians Against Poverty to discuss the work the charity does in the local area helping people who are struggling with debt.
Local MP Mark Pawsey has welcomed the news that the number of pupils persistently skipping school in Warwickshire has fallen by 26.9 per cent since 2010.
Rugby MP Mark Pawsey has appealed to Warwickshire County Council to install a footpath on Crick Road between Hillmorton and DIRFT to ensure the safety of local residents who walk to work.
Local MP Mark Pawsey is urging local schools and constituents to visit their local Commonwealth war graves to gain a greater understanding of the scale and magnitude of the Great War and the impact that it has had on today’s society.
Local MP Mark Pawsey visits Brooke School to meet with Head Teacher and see school’s facilities.
Local MP Mark Pawsey meets Foodbank volunteers and talks with people using the service.
Local MP Mark Pawsey wants budding entrepreneurs to apply for Lloyds Bank & Bank of Scotland Social Entrepreneurs initiative.
Rugby MP Mark Pawsey welcomed Debbie Jevans, CEO of England Rugby 2015, to Rugby last week to discuss the town’s preparations for the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
Rugby MP Mark Pawsey is running in The Myton Hospices Rugby Race and Fun Run on Sunday 16th March.