During Justice Questions, Mark raised the important work of local charity Futures Unlocked and the success they have working with ex-offenders to reduce re-offending rates and help people turn their life around.
Rugby’s MP Mark Pawsey has urged the Prime Minister to ensure that the automotive sector is able to continue to trade tariff free within the Single Market following the UK’s exit from the European Union.
The A5 is a vital strategic road running through Warwickshire. In light of the proposed development taking place nearby Mark has called on the Government to improve both capacity & safety on this road as a matter of urgency.
Last week, Rugby and Bulkington Mark Pawsey MP met with inspirational charity The Oliver King Foundation in Westminster to support their campaign to have defibrillators installed at every school in the county.
Rugby is growing and as it does, we need to ensure that our local health services keep up with the greater demand. Mark raised this with the Leader of the House on the floor of the Chamber during Business Questions.
National campaign the Great Plastic Pick Up came to Hillmorton over the weekend as volunteers from McDonalds, the Hillmorton 22nd Scout Group and Hillmorton’s elected representatives joined forces to pick litter around the Bluebell Wood.
Rugby MP Mark Pawsey, who is President of the Rugby Branch of Parkinson’s UK, has pledged to help overhaul local care for those with Parkinson’s after a report reveals the challenges of mental health support for those with the condition.
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