Cawston is a civil parish and village close to the south west of Rugby, Warwickshire, on the A4071 (which is in turn just one mile from the M45). The population of the civil parish at the 2011 census was 3,234.
For hundreds of years the village was basically a hamlet and the two settlements remained separate despite Rugby's continued growth. However in 2003-04 a new housing estate, Cawston Grange, was completed all but connecting the two settlements. Cawston Grange Primary School was built at the same time to educate children in the area aged 4-11 and there is a nursery for pre-school children.
Please find attached a copy of a press release and a consultation questionnaire from Rugby Borough Council regarding a review of Public Spaces Protection Orders. Some of you may have already seen this if you were at the Our Rugby, Our Future event last month so apologies for any duplication.
If you would like to take part in this consultation please do so by Friday 29th December. An online form can be found here: https://www.rugby.gov.uk/pspo or alternatively, completed forms can be returned by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to:
Rugby Borough Council
If you have any questions please email Communications as above.
Cawston Parish Council have a new advertising policy. Click on the link to find out how you and your business can benefit from it. CAWSTON PARISH COUNCIL ADVERTISING POLICY
Gather on the path near the Christmas tree on Calvestone Road from 3:45pm. At 4pm we’ll have a few words of welcome from Cawston Parish Council chair, Sam Bestwick followed by carols with our friends from BEC talk about the spirit of Christmas.
Afterwards: All welcome at Cawston Community Hall, where non-alcoholic mulled wine and squash will be served, along with mince pies and chocolates.