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Polling District & Polling Places Review

Dear Sir/Madam

Re: Polling District & Polling Places Review

Rugby Borough Council is required to carry out a review of our polling places, stations and polling districts every 5 years to ensure that they are still suitable for electors.

We are carrying out a review of polling districts, polling place and polling stations starting on Monday 11 March 2019 and comments are invited.

We are looking for feedback on any aspect of polling districts and polling stations currently used and invite you to send us any observations that you may have for the Council to take into consideration. More »

Although the review is of polling districts and polling place it is accepted that polling stations are linked to the review and comments are invited re those stations currently used and/or any suggested alternatives ensuring that:

  • Electors have such reasonable facilities for voting as are practicable in the circumstances, and
  • As far as is reasonable and practicable, that polling places are accessible to all electors, including those who are disabled, and when designating a polling place, have regard to the accessibility needs of disabled persons.

All current arrangements, including a map of the existing polling district boundaries and locations of polling stations can be found on the council's web site www.rugby.gov.uk/pollingreview

If you choose to contribute and comment on the existing arrangements or wish to propose alternative arrangements you will need to submit your comments by Friday 3 May 2019, either by

Post: Electoral Services, Rugby Borough Council, Town Hall, Evreux Way, Rugby, CV21 2RR

Email:pollingreview@rugby.gov.uk

Once the process has been concluded the final proposals will be considered by Council on Friday 18 July 2019 with any amendments implemented onto the Register of Electors by the Electoral Registration Officer on 1 December 2019, the annual publication date.

Please note: Any observations made will form part of the public consultation and will be formally published along with all representations received. Personal data e.g. your name and address will be excluded from the review conclusion made available to the public.

I've attached the Notice of Review, if you have a web site please could you put this on in case any members of the parish would like to make a comment.

Please do not hesitate to contact the Electoral Services team if you have any questions

Yours sincerely

Sandy Veal (AEA Cert)

Principal Electoral Services Officer

Rugby Borough Council

Email:sandy.veal@rugby.gov.uk » Less

Posted: Tue, 12 Mar 2019 12:00 by Helen Denton-Stacey

WRCC Back & 4th

What is Back & 4th Dial-a-Ride?
Back & 4th Dial-a-Ride is a minibus service for people of any age living in the rural areas of Rugby Borough. Back & 4th is available to you if you: • Have a genuine need for local transport • Cannot access public transport due to mobility or other issues • Live in an isolated rural area with infrequent or no public transport available
Where can I go?
Back & 4th Dial-a-Ride can be used to access all sorts of activities in Rugby town area such as visiting friends, attending social groups, leisure activities or shopping. • The service will operate between 10am and 2.30pm Monday to Friday • All travel must be pre-booked in advance • This is a door-to-door service and drivers will provide reasonable assistance with boarding and alighting the vehicles. • All vehicles are fully wheelchair accessible and have low-floor steps for ease of access. More »

This is a not-for-profit scheme, which is aimed at people who struggle to access the conventional transport on offer. This could be due to being disabled, elderly and unable to walk to their bus stop or simply not having a bus service in their area.

Passengers call to book their seat, the vehicle will collect them from their door and provide transport into Rugby town area. If passengers hold a concessionary bus pass, they can use this as payment for their travel, making their return journey completely free. This information is also available on our website.

Bookings can be made on: 01788 226000 Between the hours of 10am-3pm Monday to Friday » Less

Posted: Tue, 12 Mar 2019 11:35 by Helen Denton-Stacey

Rugby Rural

Rugby Rural

Rugby Rural

Posted: Wed, 27 Feb 2019 02:28 by Helen Denton-Stacey