Albert Neale is Coventry’s latest Good Citizen after he was presented with an Award by the Lord Mayor today.
The Lord Mayor of Coventry, Councillor Tony Skipper hosted an awards ceremony which celebrated the contribution of refugees and asylum seekers to the city earlier this week.
Coventry and its twin city of Kiel have celebrated 70 years of friendship.
John and Margaret Hartley have been named as Good Citizens thanks to their hard work in the Coventry community.
Coventry’s Lord Mayor and Council Leader are writing to the Mayor of Barcelona on behalf of the people of Coventry to send our deepest condolences to the people of, and visitors to Barcelona.
Coventry remembered the victims of the genocide at Srebrenica, when councillors stood in silence, 22 years after thousands lost their lives.
Former Lord Mayor Cllr Lindsley Harvard has handed over thousands of pounds to two local charities following his year in office.
Coventry’s Lord Mayor is inviting members of the public to celebrate Armed Forces Day on Saturday 24 June.
The Lord Mayor of Coventry, Cllr Tony Skipper was joined with members of the public to attend a remembrance service at Holy Trinity Church today.
City of Culture advocate and Coventry councillor for over 20 years, Councillor Tony Skipper, became Coventry’s new Lord Mayor, at an official ceremony today (Thursday 18 May 2017).
The Lord Mayor of Coventry is asking members of the public to attend a remembrance service to mark the 35th anniversary of the sinking of HMS Coventry and to remember the 19 men who lost their lives.
City of Culture advocate and Coventry Councillor for over 20 years, Councillor Tony Skipper, will become Coventry’s next Lord Mayor, at an official ceremony on Thursday 18 May 2017.
Five former Councillors are set to join the ranks of Coventry’s Honorary Aldermen/Alderwomen at an Extraordinary Council meeting in the Council Chamber on 14 March.
The new Coffee Shop at Coventry Myton Hospice was officially opened by the Lord Mayor of Coventry, Lindsley Harvard, on Tuesday 7th February.
Councillor John Blundell will become Coventry City Council’s next Deputy Lord Mayor for 2017-18 and will become Lord Mayor the following year 2018-19.
The Lord Mayor has sent a Christmas message to Coventry.
The Lord Mayor recently visited Coventry South Delivery Office to see first-hand the operation of delivering Christmas post and to pass on season’s greetings to its hardworking staff.
A tree planting ceremony will take place at Coombe Country Park this weekend in celebration of the Capability Brown Festival and restoration work.
The service will be held to honour, remember and pay respects to those who lost their lives in the two World Wars and other conflicts.
Coventry, Councillor Lindsley Harvard, has written to the Mayor of Merthyr Tydfil
Local fundraiser and campaigner, Lonnie Downes, is the latest person to be presented with a Good Citizen Award by the Lord Mayor.
Coventry’s Lord Mayor, Cllr Lindsley Harvard, held a celebratory event last Wednesday to celebrate the achievements of Coventry Paralympians.
A Midlands manufacturer that has developed a cost-effective way of forming high strength aluminium has opened its doors to the world’s first Hot Form Quench™ (HFQ®) press at a new factory in Coventry.
The Coventry Poppy Appeal Group has been presented with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service at a ceremony in the city.
British Military Fitness Coventry are running fitness sessions and the Lord Mayor is asking people to take the opportunity to get fit and raise money for his charity appeal by taking part.
Coventry City Council’s Lord Mayor, Councillor Lindsley Harvard, is inviting members of the public to join the service to remember the victims of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings.
The Lord Mayor of Coventry, Councillor Lindsley Harvard, visited Dol-y-Moch to formally mark the centre’s 50th Anniversary celebrations.
Once named as one of the 100 most inspirational women in the Midlands, Reena Jaisiah has worked hard at tackling a large number of sensitive issues to bring them to the light and raise awareness.
The Lord Mayor has marked the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme by saying that the horrors of those days must never be forgotten.
The Lord Mayor and the Leader of the Council have written a letter of condolence to Istanbul's Mayor Kadir Tobpaş after the recent terrorist attack at Turkey's Ataturk Airport.
The Lord Mayor, Councillor Lindsley Harvard, has written to the Coventry Bees speedway star Danny King after he was crowned British Champion last night (Mon).
Coventry people are being encouraged to show their support to the victims, friends and families of the attacks in Orlando, Florida, at a vigil tonight.
Coventry’s Lord Mayor, Cllr Lindsley Harvard has written to Barack Obama, President of the United States of America to express his deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Muhammad Ali.
Councillor Lindsley Harvard, will become the next Lord Mayor for 2016-17 on May 19 at the Mayor Making ceremony as part of the Council’s Annual General Meeting being held at the Cathedral.
The world’s oldest family reunited on Monday to meet Coventry’s Lord Mayor for a morning of tea and pastries. The Tweed family are originally from Coventry and had a total of 16 siblings.
Over 90 of the city’s 90-year-olds and their families gathered at the Coventry Transport Museum yesterday (21 April) to help celebrate Her Majesty the Queen’s 90th birthday.
On Wednesday 13 April last week, His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester visited the Council House and became a Companion of the City of Coventry Freemen’s Guild.
The official ‘Route 57’ electric car was driven through Coventry today as part of a 2,500 mile journey through 57 must-see destinations across the UK, taking a short stop at the Transport Museum.
Coventry's Lord Mayor is inviting Coventry’s senior citizens to join him for afternoon tea in celebration of Her Majesty the Queen’s 90th Birthday.
A Coventry man who has worked tirelessly for over 30 years to support a number of charities, has become the latest Good Citizen.
Coventry’s Tree Wardens have been making a difference this winter by selling mistletoe found on Council-owned trees and selling the bunches to raise money for the Lord Mayor’s charities.
The Lord Mayor, Councillor Michael Hammon and Mr Geoffrey Robinson MP have offered their congratulations to Bill Thomson, a man who was awarded the Légion d'honneur for his time served in WWII.
Local charity fundraiser Lance Loveridge was invited to tea with Councillor Michael Hammon, Lord Mayor of Coventry, who wanted to personally thank him for the work he has undertaken in raising funds for worthwhile causes.
A wonderful Christmas Eve service will be led by The Bishop of Coventry with music from The Choir of Holy Trinity.