At Prime Minister's Questions I spoke about Rugby resident Alan Young, who tragically died of cancer last year. His brave 9-year old son Tommy wrote to the Prime Minister asking for hospices such as Warwick's Myton Hospice - who provided care for Alan - to receive the support they need.
Rugby schools are at the forefront of the educational recovery from COVID-19. Both Rugby Free Primary and Secondary Schools have welcomed back many more pupils since 8th June and last week welcomed local MP, Mark Pawsey to see the new arrangements in action.
First and foremost, I want to thank all those key workers in our NHS, schools, and councils; our care workers, supermarket staff and food retailers and all those in other sectors who have continued working over recent weeks.
Rugby MP Mark Pawsey has welcomed news that Rugby Borough Council will receive an extra £1,078,728 in funding from Government to help to continue to support the community and deliver vital services during this challenging time.
Businesses across Rugby and Bulkington affected by the Coronavirus crisis will be able to claim up to £2,500 a month per employee towards staff wages as part of the Government’s Job Retention Scheme, which went live on Monday 20 April.
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