Willoughby Cricket Club’s new season got underway with two useful friendly match workouts and two victories at the weekend.
It may have been a quieter start to the year than normal for everyone at Willoughby Cricket Club but with cricket given the green light to restart it is all systems go for the new season at The Green.
Town centre businesses have backed Rugby First Business Improvement District (BID) for another five-year term, following a successful ballot. This gives Rugby First a mandate to continue their CCTV, Town Rangers, cleaning, marketing and event services and will bring an estimated £4 million investment into the town centre. For any BID ballot to be successful, […]
A same-name couple from Warwickshire have released a new comedy podcast which explores the cultural quirks of their respective homelands – the UK and Argentina. As two larger gay males – known as bears – both looking back on their life experiences to date, the podcast’s title, ‘Bear Back‘, seems apt. The UK is […]
Firefighters tackled a house blaze yesterday afternoon in Rugby after a fire broke out in the kitchen of a property. Two fire crews from Rugby attended the incident at the house in Montrose Road shortly before 4.30pm yesterday (Sunday March 28). No one was injured, with all the occupants managing to escape unharmed. Firefighters used […]
AN inspirational woman from Rugby is among the winners at a national awards ceremony at the weekend celebrating female achievers. The Ladies First Network virtual event, in aid of The Katie Piper Foundation, recognised entrepreneurs from across the country, many with tales of overcoming adversity and even tragedy, to achieve success. Hosted by BBC radio […]
Len Ingram completed four laps of Draycote Water on one wheel to raise money for Red Nose Day
Budding cricket stars of the future have an invitation to get involved with two exciting children’s cricket programmes being held at Willoughby Cricket Club in the coming months.
Well, according to a new experiment carried out by Microban 24, not as well as you might think! On the Early Evening Show this evening, my guest is TV and Radio GP, Dr Sarah Jarvis to discuss the study that included the finding that there was “ More bacteria on the kettle handle ,than on […]