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Parish Council Updates

Monks Kirby Parish Council March Meeting


  • Monks Kirby Parish Council Election

    • ​An election to form a new Parish Council is to be held on 2 May.

    •  As a local councillor you can become a voice for your community and make real change. Local councillors are the champions of their community who invest time in local projects and issues to the benefit of residents and the neighbourhood.

    •  If you are interested in becoming a councillor or just want to find out more about the role then please do get in touch with the parish clerk at

    •  Otherwise, for information on the election process, you can check the Borough Council website -

  • Monks Kirby Litter Pick is scheduled for Saturday 23rd March. If you would like to give a hand then please meet by the Oak Trees at 9.30am, pickers,  hi vis and bags supplied.

Historical Data (click on links below)

Monks Kirby History A

Monks Kirby History B

Monks Kirby History B

Mobile Library Dates


Rugby Borough Council (click on links below)

Web Site

Local Planning Applications

Report a Highway Issue

Your Borough Councillors are:

Tony Gillias, see his details at

Heather Timms, see her details at:

Belinda Garcia, see her details at:

Planning Portal  


Warwickshire County Council (click on links below)

Web Site:

Your County Councillor is Adrian Warwick, his details are at:


Severn Trent (click on links below)

Web Site:

Member of Parliament

Your Member of Parliament is Mark Pawsey, his details are at:


Warwickshire Police

To report crimes or criminal activity telephone:

101 for all non-emergencies

In an emergency dial 999

You can also pass on information anonymously by calling Warwickshire Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.  Your call is free and you could receive a reward

Your Community Policing Safer Neighbourhood Team are PC 1906 Stuart Baker and PCSO Nina Parish.  They can be contacted at

Rugby Rural North Safer Neighbourhood Team

Rugby Police Station

Newbold Road

Rugby CV21 2 DH

Tel. 01788 853851


Twitter: @RugbyCops

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Brinklow Visitor Guide

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