Rugby Borough Council
Rugby Borough is in the Heart of England, on the border of the East and West Midlands, encompassing the town of Rugby and 39 parishes.
Two thirds of the Borough's 90,000 residents live in the town, with the remainder living in rural settlements ranging in size from as little as 20 to nearly 3,000 people.
The Borough Council provides a wealth of information, advice and services to residents including support relating to; housing, jobs and careers, health and social care, policies and public safety, leisure and cultural activities.
We aim to provide sustainable environments and strive to deliver inclusive community engagement.
The town and Borough of Rugby has much more to offer than its unique connection with the famous game of Rugby. Great literary figures such as Rupert Brooke, Matthew Arnold and Lewis Carroll attended Rugby School and their time there is commemorated throughout the school buildings.
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Last updated - 03/07/12
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