A project that aims to help rough sleepers off the streets in Coventry by offering a daily one stop advice and support venue has been expanded.
Coventry Transport Museum and the V&A are looking for 3 state-funded secondary schools to take part in 2019/2020 DesignLab Nation projects.
6 November 2019, 10am-3pm Free workshop for KS 4&5 students
A new Disability Shoppers Charter recognising the importance and needs of customers with disabilities has been launched today in Coventry.
Three students from Longford Park Primary School were given a chance to be Lord Mayor for the day.
Coventry will be treated to a light fantastic this November when a procession of music and light trails its way into the city centre along one of the city’s most iconic roads.
The Coventry Ambassador volunteer programme that began in support of the 2012 Olympic Games is being used by the organisers of the Tokyo2020 Olympic Games.
School workshops available with Spectra. Boost expressiveness, increase self-esteem and have a truly inclusive, invigorating experience.
Melanie Griffin is the latest person to receive a Good Citizen Award from Coventry’s Lord Mayor.
European City of Sport have teamed up with CV Life, Year of Wellbeing and The Sporting Memories Foundation to bring an event to Coventry for those that have fond memories of sport from years ago.
Coventry Biennial of Contemporary Art takes over Coventry and Warwickshire for 52 days.
With flu season ahead, residents across Coventry and Warwickshire are being urged to think about how cold weather and winter viruses may affect them, vulnerable family members and neighbours.
A national project being piloted in Coventry and across the West Midlands region, helping people who are homeless and rough sleeping, is beginning to make an impact in the city.
Three city community libraries have been awarded a total of £1,000 to support their work by a local developer.
The innovation of the Council’s Through Care team has seen them shortlisted in the prestigious Social Work Awards.
The Pod, Coventry City Council’s award-winning mental health social brokerage and cultural hub, has been awarded a Heart of England grant to develop underGROWTH, a year-long series of eco-artistic events to change the way people relate to the city’s environment and their mental health.
Health partners in Coventry and Warwickshire are marking World Mental Health Day on Thursday 10 October with promotional activities to raise awareness of local mental health services and resources.
Public Health England (PHE), in partnership with the NHS, today launches Every Mind Matters to help people take simple steps to look after their mental health and wellbeing.
Coventry’s Children’s Services has successfully applied to be part of a programme aimed at safely reducing the number of children entering care and improving family stability.
Exciting pictures showing how Coventry city centre could be transformed by 2021 have been unveiled as part of a presentation called ‘Transforming your city’.
Latest figures show a reduction in fly-tipping incidents – as prosecutions rise by 50% as part of a zero-tolerance policy on the anti-social crime by Coventry City Council.
Coventry’s care leavers are aspiring and achieving more than ever before with massive increases in those going to university.
Coventry City Council’s Social Work Academy has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award.
The Pod has created a unique partnership with award-winning folk artist Sam Lee that will set people on a trail of discovery through Coventry’s ‘paths less trodden’.
Monday 21 October sees the official opening of the Wave’s waterpark.
The annual report for adult social care in Coventry outlines how services are aimed at providing personal and practical support to help people live their lives independently.
A Coventry used car dealer has pleaded guilty to selling an unsafe vehicle and applying misleading descriptions to it after a car they sold was found to be unroadworthy.
Healthwatch has an important role working to ensure local people have a voice in how their NHS and Care services are delivered and planned and three volunteers are needed to help that work
A free Inclusive Dance Festival for children is to be held next month as one of the city's many community festivals during its year as European City of Sport.
A £126m battery facility to keep the West Midlands at the forefront of the automotive industry has been supercharged by an £18m grant from the West Midlands Combined Authority.