Local News

A Budget of tax cuts and investments will benefit our community

Craig Tracey, the Member of Parliament for North Warwickshire and Bedworth has commended Budget announcements which will see tax cuts for residents, rate relief for high street businesses and investment in public services such as the NHS and schools.

Craig Tracey MP signs ‘Long Live the Local’ pubs campaign

Local Member of Parliament Craig Tracey has pledged his support for a Campaign to help pubs in North Warwickshire and Bedworth keep their doors open. Craig joined the more than 100,000 people who have signed the petition so far, including 162 in our local community.

MPs back residents’ petition against excessive housing target

The voices in Parliament of Bedworth, Nuneaton and Bulkington have joined forces to call on Labour-led Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council to finally listen to residents and review their massive target of approximately 15,000 new houses across the Borough.

Craig launches campaign to seek alternatives to HS2

Craig Tracey MP for North Warwickshire and Bedworth has called for alternative proposals for the £50bn cost of HS2 with the launch of the Great British Transport Competition in conjunction with the Taxpayer’s Alliance.

The local MP explained:

Bedworth Town Centre Business meeting

Last week I met up with a number of local small business owners and Bedworth Councillors in the historic Governor’s Hall at Bedworth Alms Houses.

Value of Polesworth Group Homes Charity ‘clear’

Craig Tracey, the Member of Parliament for North Warwickshire and Bedworth, recently visited a charity in Polesworth that provides support and accommodation to adults with learning disabilities.

Summer Recess and return to Parliament

Being back in the constituency during the summer recess was both welcome and enjoyable.

It was a chance to visit community groups, local businesses and meet more people than I would normally be able to during a typical week in Parliament.

Statement on Banking Services in Coleshill

I am very saddened that with the announced closure of Lloyds Bank, Coleshill high street will be without a bank.

This will obviously impact on local residents. I want to provide some information for bank customers to the alternative facilities that are available.