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News published January 2017

Coventry remembers Holocaust Memorial Day 27 January

Published 23 January 2017

This Friday (27 January), Coventry is joining communities across the UK to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day 2017.

Public consultation on family and lifestyle services goes live

Published 20 January 2017

Coventry City Council have made the consultation for family health and lifestyles services live to the public.

Plans for new multi-storey car parks in the city centre

Published 18 January 2017

Councillors are to discuss plans to create two new multi-storey car parks in the city centre.

Council plans for major road improvements to city

Published 18 January 2017

Coventry City Council is set to discuss plans for a series of major road improvements that will keep the city moving as it gears up for a busy future.

Coventry children invited to run a mile for Dol-y-Moch

Dol Y Moch Mile Published 18 January 2017

School children are being invited to support the Coventry Half Marathon and Plas Dol-y-Moch by running one mile of the main event circuit on Sunday 19 March.

Coventry organisations come together to combat hate crime video

Published 18 January 2017

Organisations across Coventry have been working together to produce an awareness video about hate crime.

Adult education prize draw

Published 17 January 2017

The adult education service is offering learners the opportunity to win a full refund on their course fee.

Council could share building at Friargate with major city employer

Published 17 January 2017

Coventry City Council is set to announce plans to share its new building at Friargate to help a major employer stay and flourish in the city.

The first Farmers' Market of 2017 in Broadgate this Friday

Farmers' market Published 16 January 2017

Banish those January blues with fresh produce from the Farmers’ Market which takes place in Broadgate on the third Friday of each month.

Face to Face, Portraits Through Time; Private View for teachers

Published 13 January 2017

Private View for Teachers Thursday 9 February 4.00-5.30pm : Free of charge, booking essential Herbert Art Gallery & Museum Open to all teachers and teaching assistants

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