The River Avon is one of Britain's historic waterways, world famous through William Shakespeare's association with Stratford-upon-Avon. But where it flows past Tesco Superstore underneath the Black Path Bridge in Rugby it is simply an appalling dumping ground. Back in 2010 Rugby Green Party carried out a survey of the River Avon next to the … Continue reading Tesco Trolleys Are Still Being Dumped in the Historic River Avon 7 Years After we First Raised the Issue!
With the Royal College of Physicians estimating 40,000 deaths per annum are attributable to air pollution, the Green Party takes the issue seriously. Here are some of the issues we face in Rugby and why the forthcoming Air Quality Status Report is vital Last week the BBC reported on an investigation into Cheshire East Council’s … Continue reading Rugby Borough Air Quality Is An Issue Of Grave Concern For Residents
Warwickshire County Council have announced its intention to reassess 5 of Rugby's Children Centres with a threat of closure. At risk are the centres in Cawston, Dunchurch, Hillmorton, Newbold and Wolston. Those at Claremont and Oakfield would be turned into family hubs. The County Council claims the changes are necessary as part of a plan to save £1.1 … Continue reading Save Rugby’s Children’s Centres. Stop Warwickshire County Council’s Destructive Plans
Plans to send stroke victims to University College Hospital Coventry & Warwickshire under a strategy which involves terminating services at Rugby St Cross are unacceptable. The first stage of the Coventry and Warwickshire Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) will close all six stroke beds at Rugby St Cross hospital. This will have two consequences for … Continue reading Plans to end stroke treatment at Rugby St Cross are unacceptable – and YOU can help save the service!