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Coventry Educational Psychology Service are carrying out a short survey to find out what young people think about going back to school.
Coventry City Council working in partnership with the charity, Canal & River Trust, has started a project to improve the towpath along the Coventry Canal to improve the popular waterway.
Voluntary and community-based organisations are working together to help ensure that children and young people in most need, can access breakfast and activity packs during the school summer holidays.
The Council and Severn Trent have linked up in an innovative project to make a real difference to the city’s care leavers.
The Council’s will be reporting on one of its highest years for capital spending in its outturn report for 2019/20.
As more people choose sustainable ways to travel around, efforts to improve air quality in Coventry are gaining more support.
Update on what is acceptable to use as ID for a DBS check if your new passport hasn't arrived.
All known rough sleepers in Coventry, including people with No Recourse to Public Funds, continue to be offered accommodation as part of the city’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Businesses that have not been eligible for previous Government COVID-19 related support schemes are invited to apply for Coventry City Council’s second round of the Discretionary Business Grant Fund.
Healthy Lifestyles (HLS) Coventry has launched a digital resource pack to provide online support for those people caring for family and loved ones.
Coventry Libraries have been missing you very much and look forward to seeing you soon.
Earlier this week the Lord Mayor Cllr Ann Lucas joined a Google class for some of the city’s adult learners.
Coventry children can read lots of books over the summer with Coventry Libraries’ free ebook service.
Coventry this week joins others around the world to mark the 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide.
The Council’s Cabinet Member for Jobs and Regeneration is set to approve a small amount of additional funding to enable a new administration and deployment facility at Whitley Depot on London Road to go ahead.
The voluntary and community sector has been integral to the City’s emergency response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the city now needs to begin planning its recovery.
Coventry City Council is seeking interest from people who could help ensure Priory Visitor Centre remains up and running over the next few years.
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 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.
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.