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Free guided walk to help you get the most from Warwickshire Wildlife Trust
The Albany Theatre is a 1930s art-deco style theatre formally the home of the old Coventry Technical College.
Get ready to fall in love with Coventry, its stories, its people. This is a cab journey like no other.
Grade II listed Drapers Hall was built for the Draper's Company in 1832 by architects Rickman & Hutchison in the Greek Revival style.
Meet Me in the Ruins is a new, diverse and dynamic piece of theatre created for Plumbline Festival – a year-long festival celebrating 100 years of Coventry’s Cathedral.
Built on the site of the Benedictine Priory of St Mary's, the priory tells the story of Coventry's first Cathedral founded in the 11th century by Lady Godiva and the Earl of Leofric.
Ryton Organic Gardens is the perfect destination for anyone interested in seeing the principles and practices of organic gardening.
This striking Grade 1 collegiate church was described by Sir Gilbert Scott, the eminent Victorian architect as possibly the most beautiful church in the country.
Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin was first mentioned in the Domesday Survey of 1086. The building is essentially Norman.
St Mary's Guildhall is one of the finest surviving examples of a Medieval Guildhall in the country.