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.
Coventry is a dynamic place of invention, cultural diversity and youthful ambition and is proud to be a leading city of culture in modern Britain.
Coventry’s bid to become UK City of Culture is set for international take off thanks to its latest backing.
People are being invited to celebrate the Queen's birthday with a picnic at the Charterhouse in London Road.
Foleshill residents are being invited to a Big Lunch and community clean up at a city park.
On Thursday 16 June, the Partnership for Coventry will be hosting a conference to encourage input on a cultural strategy for Coventry.
Rio de Janeiro may be some 6,000 miles away, but supporters of Team GB are set to be taken closer to the action at this summer’s Olympic Games as Coventry is confirmed as an Official Team GB FanZone.
Judges hearing SISU's appeal on the Ricoh Arena verdict have supported Judge Hickinbottom’s original ruling and dismissed the appeal outright.
Two mouth-watering Rugby League Four Nations internationals will be staged at the Ricoh Arena later this year.
Coventry residents wanting to celebrate the Queen's 90th Birthday over the weekend of 11 and 12 June are being given a big helping hand by the Council.
MTV UK have today announced that Sigala and Fleur East will join Chase & Status, Kaiser Chiefs and Tom Odell on Day One of MTV Crashes Coventry.
The Kaiser Chiefs and Tom Odell have joined the MTV Crashes Coventry line-up.
The first artist’s impressions of Coventry’s new £36.7million city centre water park have been revealed.
Coventry City Council has welcomed the announcement that confirms the future of the Alan Higgs Centre – and could pave the way for a new 50m swimming pool for the city.
Coventry libraries will be celebrating children’s books and reading for World Book Day on Thursday (3 March).
The Council’s Instagram page now has 250 followers.
Amanda Atkins and Kris Townshend have been presented with the Coventry Good Citizen Award for going above and beyond when it came to their high standard of support to an end of life patient.
GO2, organisers of Decathlon Coventry’s Half Marathon are reminding runners that they only have a matter of weeks until the event on Sunday 28 February and the final spaces are selling out fast.
Coventry will join communities across the UK next week to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day.
Youngsters from a local primary school are set to fly the flag for Coventry after they were chosen to be official flag bearers at Saturday’s Wasps match at the Ricoh Arena.
Coventry saw a weekend of moving events as it marked 75 years since the Coventry Blitz and also remembered those who lost their lives in the tragic events in Paris.
Pupils from Sidney Stringer Academy joined local ward councillors to celebrate the completed renovation works at Swanswell Park.
Coventry will stand in silence on 14 November to mark the 75th anniversary of the Blitz that devastated the city and left hundreds dead.
The councillor helping to lead Coventry’s bid for UK City of Culture has moved to allay fears that the Herbert Art Gallery could close.
A remembrance service will be held on Remembrance Sunday (8 November) in the War Memorial Park to honour and remember those who lost their lives in the two World Wars and later conflicts.