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Rugby First is proud to be the Business Improvement District (BID) in the historic market town of Rugby. Since 2005 town centre businesses have voted to give Rugby First a mandate to provide a clean, safe and friendly town centre



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Welcome back @albieandlonnies ! We have been filming short video clips of local businesses that are reopening and if you haven’t been to the Albert Street #menswear #womenswear #designer store yet, let us introduce you.

Need ideas for #FathersDayGifts ? Our first guide of the week is a delicious range of food & drink presents available from local retailers in #Rugby #shoplocal

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2 hours ago

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Have you been missing your workouts during lockdown? Gyms will be allowed to re-open next Thursday, until then Shape It Up Pilates run online classes, Anytime Fitness publishes daily workouts on the Anytime Workout app and Gymophobics has published a handy lockdown toolkit on their Facebook page with tips on self-care. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 hours ago

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What does Tier 3 mean for Rugby?

The Government’s new three-tier system of COVID restrictions once lockdown ends next week, places Rugby in Tier 3 – Very High Alert.

Here is a recap on what being in this tier means for local residents and businesses:
• You must not meet socially indoors or in most outdoor places with anybody you do not live with, or who is not in your support bubble.
• The 'rule of 6' applies outdoors to some limited public areas.
• Hospitality venues - pubs, cafés and restaurants are closed – but they are allowed to offer takeaway, click-and-collect, drive-through or delivery services.
• Hotels must close.
• Indoor entertainment, attractions and tourist venues must close.

In all tiers:
• Leisure and sports facilities may continue to stay open, but group exercise classes cannot go ahead.
• Hair and beauty salons are allowed to remain open.
• Essential and non-essential retail, including indoor and outdoor markets and car boot sales can re-open.
• Public buildings, such as libraries, community centres and halls can reopen.
• Allotments, recycling and waste centres, public toilets, car parks can open.
• Places of worship can now resume, subject to relevant social contact rules in each tier.
• Everyone who can work from home is advised to continue to do so.

The system will be regularly reviewed based on public health recommendations and the first review is scheduled for 16 December.
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5 hours ago

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Fancy a fry-up? As a weekend treat today and tomorrow you can get a takeaway from London Calling. Place your order for a flyweight, middleweight or heavyweight breakfast, three egg omelette or breakfast bap and choice of drink on 01788 575430. Available between 9am and 1pm with payment upon collection ... See MoreSee Less

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