Coventry’s flagship Godiva Festival will return to the War Memorial Park on 3-5 July this year.
Huge discounts on live comedy, exclusive giveaway competitions for theatre shows and world class snooker, season ticket offers for Coventry Bears and reduced priced entry at the Wave are just some of the benefits of being a Go CV cardholder.
Coventry’s Holocaust Memorial Day event takes place in Broadgate on Monday 27 January at 11.45am.
Coventry will be starting an additional licensing scheme on May 4 to improve the management and condition of Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs).
On February 8 2020, the acclaimed duo will bring their unique punk sound to Coventry Central Library.
The directory of schools and other educational establishments has been updated.
Following interest and feedback from SENCOs regarding Autism training we are happy to share this latest training opportunity on offer from our Complex Communication Team.
Joint statement from Cllr George Duggins, Leader of Coventry City Council and Cllr Gary Ridley, Leader of the Opposition Conservative Group, Coventry City Council:
Agencies across the city are activating Coventry’s Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) from today as the temperatures are set to get colder over the next few nights.
Colin Millard has been named as Coventry’s latest Good Citizen.
Young musicians from across Coventry, Warwickshire and Solihull got 2020 off to the sound of music during a weekend packed with performances from 4 – 5 January.
Comedy Central Live is coming to Coventry and they’re bringing the laughs.
A new mental health support service that aims to increase help for residents experiencing mental distress, is being launched in Coventry, as part of a joint effort by the Council and partner agencies.
We are offering a range of FREE workshops for schools to accompany our co-production of Crongton Knights which runs from Sat 8 – Sat 22 Feb.
Training sessions are being held over the next two terms for staff with responsibility for their school’s library or for literacy.
On Wednesday, agencies in Coventry set out a strategy to expand on the work currently underway to tackle violent crime in the city.
Coventry Smashes Sport Week – the European City of Sport finale event – commences this Saturday, 11 January and spans over nine days until 20 January 2020.
Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust have launched an upgraded version of their Dimensions Tool.
Coventry’s arrangements for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) has been widely praised by Government inspectors.
Coventry City Council’s Adult Social Care Services will be sending out anonymous postal questionnaires to a random sample of people who receive long-term support.
Organisers of the Coventry Festival of Running today revealed a totally new look for 2020, and a brand new website.
Coventry is set to receive millions of pounds in extra funding to make sure the new UK Battery Industrialisation Centre is a world leader for years to come.
Coventry City Council is consulting on proposals that could see charging introduced for some households who are in temporary accommodation. A policy could be in place by April 2020.
Young people and their families received some early Christmas cheer with the announcement the extension of the community short breaks scheme.
The next phase of work on exciting plans to improve Coventry’s railway station will start in the new year.
£5m funding has been secured to help deliver a new cycle route, connecting the city centre with a busy business park in Coventry.
A new Coventry web page has been set up to enable the public to donate to make financial donations to rough sleepers.
“You don’t have to have huge amounts of experience, you don’t have to have mental health qualifications, you just need to be there - that’s the best possible thing we can do this Christmas period.”
Schools of Sanctuary Launch event on the 21 January 2020 at Coventry Cathedral between 10am and 12.45pm.