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The NHS celebrates its 72nd anniversary this weekend, and the Lord Mayor of Coventry has called on people around the city to join a nationwide ‘thank you’ to our doctors, nurses and all our key workers and volunteers.
This weekend, BBC Coventry and Warwickshire are holding an event celebrating some of the best and biggest bands to ever play in Coventry.
Coventry City of Culture Trust today (3 July) announced that it will officially commence its programme in May 2021.
Following a successful bid, the Council has been awarded £5m to help fund a programme of upgrade works to Swanswell Viaduct on the Ring Road.
The biggest piece of infrastructure in the Coventry Station Masterplan is underway to signify a major milestone in the £82 million project.
Public feedback is being sought on exciting and ambitious plans to deliver a high-quality visitor offer befitting St Mary’s Guildhall’s status as an important heritage destination and community asset.
The first of a new phase of Char.gy charging points for electric vehicles made by a Coventry based manufacturer have been installed in the company’s home city.
With increased focus being placed on schools to increase reading for pleasure amongst their pupils Coventry School Library Service has developed a new package which will support schools in doing this.
Giving children access to books, resources and their school library are important to try and maintain during this period.
This year’s Summer Reading Challenge is heading online with the Silly Squad – but we need your children’s help.
Coventry City Council and other agencies have been getting in touch with all businesses to help them reopen safely including pubs, bars and restaurants which are able to open after Saturday 4 July.
Health and care partners across Coventry and Warwickshire are encouraging residents to help protect the NHS.
Regeneration specialist, Shearer Property Group, has today launched a website outlining plans to deliver a transformational mixed-used destination that will revitalise Coventry's city centre.
This year’s Summer Reading Challenge will move online to help Coventry children read six books over the summer holidays.
Coventry’s RISING Global Peace Forum is expected to attract its biggest ever audience from around the world when it returns later this year.
With hot weather forecasted for the next few days, the Council and other agencies are making arrangements to provide support for rough sleepers who will be exposed to the expected high temperatures if they remain outside.
A new generation of cultural and artistic leaders have been chosen to take part in a major leadership programme as part of Coventry’s year as UK City of Culture.
COVID-19 has had a major impact on all our lives over the last few months. Now, with lockdown easing, the Council is seeking to understand the impact that COVID-19 has had across our communities.
As high streets start re-opening all over the UK, a £2m transformation of one of Coventry’s oldest shopping streets is underway to help revive the city and support business recovery after COVID-19.
Transport for West Midlands(TfWM) want your views on how to support regional planning as the lockdown is lifted and to ensure that the transport network and other services meet the needs of residents.
Healthwatch Coventry are looking for people based in Coventry and Warwickshire to share how COVID-19 is impacting their experience of health and social care.
A social enterprise in Coventry that provides essential rehabilitation for those with long-term heart, lung and circulation problems has received a major financial pledge to improve its facilities.
People are being reminded to stay vigilant and help deter scammers.
This week is Shared Lives Week - and to mark the event, read how Kerry and Damien, who both live in Shared Lives placements, have kept their incredible friendship going throughout lockdown.
The Occupational Health, Safety and Wellbeing Service has developed COVID-19 specific risk assessment and guidance to support vulnerable employees within local authority schools.
Copthorne Lodge and Harry Caplan House have both rated ‘Outstanding’ in Well Led from the Care Quality Commission.
One hundred years ago today, the Council House was officially opened by HRH the Duke of York – later to become King George VI.
Joint statement from Cllr George Duggins and Cllr Abdul Khan, Leader and Deputy Leader of Coventry City Council in response to incidents at the CCFC promotion event on Tuesday evening
There are now just 500 days to go until the Rugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021) kicks off, with Coventry as one of the host cities.
Pop up cycle lanes, wider pavements and bike share schemes are just some of the measures being planned in Coventry to encourage more people to cycle and walk when moving around the city.