Following on from his visit to Nuneaton this morning, David Cameron has also visited the new Ocado hub at Dordon in Warwickshire.
The £215m hi-tech distribution facility, which delivered its first customer orders in February 2013, has capacity to service 120,000 customer orders per week currently, increasing to over 180,000 orders per week.
The new facility will generate over 3,000 jobs in the area, more than previously provided by the former Birch Coppice colliery on which the 35 acre site is located.
The Prime Minister was in Warwickshire today to talk about the key issues affecting voters in the upcoming local elections. But David Cameron also gave a glimpse into his thoughts on one of his other passions today - Aston Villa.
With the club in difficult times, ITV News Central asked the Prime Minister if he was concerned about Villa staying up this season. Smiling, after a moment to think, he replied simply: "I'm sure it'll be alright in the end".
Speaking in Nuneaton, the Prime Minister said his party's main priorities were focusing on local services and keeping council tax down. Labour has already launched its local election campaign. Campaign launches by the Liberal Democrats, the Green Party and UKIP are also getting underway.