Monday sees the official opening of The Wave’s fitness facilities and Mana Spa.
Longford Park, Caludon Castle Park, Allesley Park, Coombe Abbey Park and the War Memorial Park have again been awarded with Green Flags after meeting the high standards set out by Keep Britain Tidy.
From July through to September, the city has a host of events and activities to keep every member of the family entertained and some of Coventry’s Young Ambassadors had the opportunity to try one of these activities out.
It's back! This time it’s going to be bigger and better than ever, more activities and more time to enjoy them.
The Reading Agency and libraries are excited to introduce Space Chase, Summer Reading Challenge 2019.
The FREE Bands in the Park events continue this Sunday 14 July in Longford Park (Windmill Road entrance). The music starts at 2pm and is provided by the Meridian Dance Orchestra.
The new Chair of one of the Council’s key scrutiny committees has pledged to take to the road to make sure residents are able to engage with the big issues.
Love Parks Week is back 12-21 July and it’s a chance for residents to make the time to get out and enjoy Coventry’s green spaces.
The Belgrade Theatre is welcoming Rona Munro’s brand new adaptation of Mary Shelley’s classic tale of knowledge, nature and monstrosity from Wednesday 2 – Saturday 12 October, 2019.
A major £7million regeneration project will see an area of Coventry transformed. The regeneration of an area of Wyken will be the first major project by Citizen, the new name for housing association WM Housing Group and Whitefriars Housing.
Coventry’s full fibre transformation is gathering momentum as CityFibre moves into new areas in the north of the city. As the project picks up pace, a second contractor has also been announced.
The winners of the first ever Health and Wellbeing Awards in Coventry have been announced.
More than 75,000 people flocked to the War Memorial Park to enjoy a range of action-packed events at the popular Godiva Festival
A new comprehensive report on the current health and well-being of residents in the city has been completed.
The Coventry Inspiration Book Awards for 2020 are being joined by a new scheme to help schools spread the love of reading even further.
For the second year running, visitors to Godiva Festival will be able to access free Wi-Fi. This free Wi-Fi network will be sponsored by CityFibre.
Today the Council launches Let’s Talk Coventry a new engagement platform that will help grow and nurture an online community of good relationships and understanding between the council and the public.
The Council and dozens of other city agencies are increasing their efforts to help rough sleepers in the city.
A number of Councils across England and Wales will be piloting a scheme to help local authorities recover millions of pounds of unpaid Council Tax – which has cost English local authorities around £3 billion (at 31 March 2018), since council tax was first introduced in 1993.
Visitors to this year’s Godiva Festival will have the chance to celebrate the 40th anniversary of 2-Tone, with pioneering group The Selecter performing Sunday on the Main Stage.
The Council is set to announce a final revenue underspend of £1m in its end of year financial position for 2018/19.
Two modular homes have been installed in Coventry as part of a WM Housing Group modular housing pilot.
A £31m funding package to help Coventry get ready for its role as UK City of Culture 2021 was today (28 June) given the go-ahead by the West Midlands Combined Authority.
The Council, and Salvation Army have brought in extra measures to help make sure rough sleepers are safe in the hot weather.
A national project in Coventry and across the West Midlands region, and two other city regions, is being introduced to target people who are homeless and rough sleeping by helping to provide both accommodation and wraparound support.
Allesley Hall rear garden hosts Sunday’s FREE Bands in the Park event with the Phoenix Rock N Roll Band entertaining from 2pm until 3.30pm
Coventry libraries are calling for children to sign up to read six books this summer as part of Space Chase, Summer Reading Challenge 2019.
There’s only eight days to go until the start of this year’s Godiva Festival and with big name artists, local bands and fairground rides, it promises to have something for everyone.
Coventry residents are being urged to look out for those vulnerable to heat exposure and make efforts to stay cool, as the Met Office issues new heatwave alerts for the end of the week.