The city’s War Memorial Park played host to BBC Music’s The Biggest Weekend and once again proved what an amazing city Coventry is.
The Leader of Coventry City Council has today announced that Coventry has been named as the UK’s European City of Sport for 2019.
British Cycling and HSBC UK have announced that they will be returning to Coventry in August following the success of last year’s free, family cycling event.
Wasps’ history old and recent has been celebrated at an official civic ceremony in Coventry city centre.
Lambeth Palace has released details of a visit by the Archbishop of Canterbury to Coventry and Warwickshire in May.
The café, located within the atmospheric vaulted undercroft of Coventry’s historic St Mary’s Guildhall, is to reopen its doors to customers tomorrow (6 March).
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the city today, with flag-waving crowds greeting them as they went on a walkabout around the Cathedral Ruins.
Ninety five year-old Coventry photographer ‘Masterji’ is revelling in his new found fame.
Coventry has made the UK City of Culture 2021 shortlist and is now in a five-way race to win the title.
Birmingham 2022 today announced that Coventry’s Ericsson Indoor Arena will host netball as part of its Commonwealth Games bid proposal.
It’s over 30 pages long, contains over 20,000 words and has been in the planning for more than a year and a half – Coventry’s initial bid document to be UK City of Culture 2021 is complete.