We will be working on our online systems on Saturday 15 June so you may experience some disruption. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Tickets are selling fast for the open-air cinema being held at Coombe Abbey Park next month, showing two blockbuster movies.
Former Lord Mayor of Coventry Cllr Gary Crookes has passed away suddenly.
A free Inclusive Sport Festival for children will be taking place on Friday 21 June at Howes Community Primary School.
ICT services will be performing essential network maintenance on Saturday 15 June between 7am and 5pm which will affect Corporate, Libraries and Schools internet access and services.
Fancy a latte with your John Grisham, a cappuccino with your Maeve Binchy or a flat white delivered to your table while using a computer? Coventry’s first library coffee shop is now open.
Joint statement from Cllr George Duggins, Leader of Coventry City Council and Cllr Gary Ridley, Leader of the Opposition Conservative Group, Coventry City Council:
Feeding Coventry is a local network of community organisations teaming up with national charity, Feeding Britain, which crowdfunds to support families with children at risk of missing out this summer.
Coventry will celebrate Armed Forces Day with a service and parade to help people say their own thank-you to those who keep us safe.
A moving exhibition in Broadgate next month will highlight the threat of diabetes.
Inclusion for all - a child centred conference. Monday 1 July 2019 9am to 4pm (registration and refreshments from 8.30am) at The Village Hotel, Coventry.
Coventry City Council is proud to support Carers Week. Have a look below at all the fantastic events taking place.
People around the city are being asked to help say ‘thank-you’ to the good citizens who do so much for others.
Another exciting new sport facility has arrived in the city’s War Memorial Park and it goes by the name of Footgolf, which will open as part of our European City of Sport year celebrations.
A new service has been launched this week to offer support to children and families where there is a concern about a young person at risk of being exploited by a gang.
The Prime Minister has recognised Dennis Davison BEM from Coventry, for his exceptional service establishing ‘Normandy Day UK’ in 2010 to provide education and engagement for veterans and schools.
Most people who replied to a consultation are in favour of the introduction of a public space protection order (PSPO) to tackle crime in Coventry City Centre and nearby areas.
The Bands in the Park events return to many of Coventry's beautiful parks this summer, with 12 different bands performing on Sunday afternoons – and, new for 2019, two Saturday afternoon events.
Much-loved sculptures can be seen in their full glory for the first time in over 50 years as part of a scheme to open a long-forgotten view of the city centre.
Are you working for a local community group based in Coventry and Warwickshire? Apply for a community grant to run an event or activity as part of this year’s British Science Festival!
Tuesday 25 June, 4.00pm – 6.00pm, Compton Verney Art Gallery and Park
Free CPD event at the Herbert for teachers of STEM subjects, with the V&A. Thursday 20 June, 4-7 pm.
Council customers who pay their Council Tax by Direct Debit will have their instalment for June taken on Tuesday 4 June.
Coventry people are being invited to mark the 75th anniversary of D Day at a service in the city’s Holy Trinity Church.
Two days of non-stop cultural celebration and motoring madness are coming to the UK's Motor City in a weekend of free family fun.
Coventry Cathedral will be the setting for a major concert celebrating 60 years of friendship between the cities of Coventry and Dresden.
Singer-songwriter Phoebe Green performs an intimate gig at Central Library this June.
The Heritage Open Days return to the city in September, and the first newsletter has lots of details on what to expect.
Operators CV Life are pleased to announce that the brand new Lifestyles Health and Fitness facilities at The Wave will open on 24 June.
Tickets are to be introduced for the first time at this year’s Godiva Festival to ensure organisers can manage visitor numbers safely, as the event grows in popularity.