Mark Pawsey MP

Member of Parliament for Rugby

Mark has lived almost all of his life in Rugby and is the eldest of six brothers. He grew up in Binley Woods and attended the local primary school before going to Lawrence Sheriff School in Rugby. He obtained a degree in Estate Management at Reading University. In 1982 Mark started his own business with his brother, which he sold in 2008.

It is a great privilege for Mark to represent his home town in Westminster as Rugby’s Member of Parliament. The constituency includes the urban areas of Rugby and its surrounding villages of Ansty, Binley Woods, Brandon, Brinklow, Bulkington, Churchover, Church Lawford, Clifton, Long Lawford, Monks Kirby, Newton, Pailton, Shilton, Wolston and Wolvey.

Mark has always been active in local politics serving as a Rugby Borough Councillor between 2000 and 2007 before entering Parliament in 2010. Mark is an extremely active constituency MP and always fights for what is best for Rugby in Westminster. At the 2015 General Election, Mark was re-elected as Member of Parliament with an increased majority.

Since becoming a Member of Parliament, Mark has helped many local residents, organisations and charities. Mark is passionate about the game of Rugby and has done a great deal to ensure that the town receives the recognition it deserves as the birthplace of the game. He also played a key role in the town’s preparations for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, helping to organise local celebrations and events as well as helping promote the town as a tourist destination for rugby fans from across the world.

News

Government homelessness funding boost welcomed

Rugby’s Member of Parliament, Mark Pawsey has today welcomed news that a trailblazing project to tackle homelessness in Rugby and Warwickshire, led by Rugby Borough Council, has received an £855,000 grant from the Government.

London Taxi Company revs up to deliver next generation of iconic cabs

Just fifteen months after the London Taxi Company’s ground breaking ceremony in Ansty, Warwickshire, Rugby MP Mark Pawsey has returned to the site to see the progress made at their new factory in his constituency - the first new car factory to be built in the UK for almost 15 years.

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