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This year’s Summer Reading Challenge will move online to help Coventry children read six books over the summer holidays.
This week marks the annual celebration of volunteers across the country.
The impact of the COVID-19 outbreak in the middle of March meant that public services quickly had to adapt to new ways of working.
Councillors are likely to support the renewal of a public space protection order (PSPO) to help improve the quality of life in the city centre.
Home Office support services and application routes have now all fully reopened in line with public health guidance.
A Coventry landlord had been ordered to give back around £10,982.25 in rent that was paid by tenants while the landlord was operating without a licence.
Coventry has been named the fifth kindest city in the UK.
Council Cabinet members will meet next week (9 June) to consider an invitation for Coventry to host the 2022 International Children’s Games (ICG).
Business and civic leaders in Coventry have joined forces in an appeal to MPs across the region to help the hospitality, tourism and leisure sector survive the coronavirus crisis.
Exciting plans to improve and deliver an enhanced visitor offer for St Mary’s Guildhall are to be discussed at a Council Cabinet Member meeting next week.
Work has begun to help restore and repair some of the remains of Coventry’s historic city walls and gates within its city centre.
Compliments for Children’s Services staff have been pouring in as those providing vital support for the city’s most vulnerable children and families continue working.
The Council is set to approve the long lease of land at Parkside, Paradise Street so new private residential accommodation can be built.
Councillor Ann Lucas was today inaugurated as the Lord Mayor of Coventry for 2020-21 at an Extraordinary General Meeting of the City Council.
COVID-19 risk assessment checklists.
Six new outreach workers have started working in Coventry providing a boost to services that support people who are street homeless.
PPE guidance for staff and providers working within local authority, education, community and social care settings.
Health and care partners in Coventry and Warwickshire are marking Mental Health Awareness Week, from 18-24 May, by celebrating kindness and the importance of doing our best to positively affect the wellbeing of others and ourselves during the coronavirus pandemic.
On Friday 15 May, Coventry City Council’s Cabinet were informed of plans to increase the number of mourners that can attend a cremation or memorial service at Canley Crematorium.
A leading Councillor has hit out as care workers continue to struggle to get the right personal protective equipment (PPE).
Three Coventry City Council registrars have been named unsung heroes for their kindness and compassion in supporting several couples with their last wishes to marry the person they love.
When CV Life closed their doors to their leisure centres and sports facilities following the lockdown announcement, the team rallied together.
Emily Carter, support worker, based at Brookview Care Home has been named an unsung hero by her colleagues, for providing support to adults with learning and physical disabilities in Coventry.
Emma Kennard, a Senior Enablement Officer for the Coventry Enablement Service at BID Services, has been emotionally supporting people living in Coventry with hearing and sight loss.
A Coventry woman is proving the virus has turned many of us into caring and kind neighbours, by striving to make people laugh and smile during these uncertain times.
This term, Coventry Educational Psychology Service is offering direct telephone support to parents and carers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The City Council is to hold an Extraordinary General Meeting to allow the current Lord Mayor to pass on the Chains of Office and keep Council business moving.
New measures on Coventry’s High Street will be introduced to help create more space for people to queue safely outside banks and building societies.
The Household Waste Recycling Centre (Tip) on London Road will be reopening on Monday 18 May. So, the Council can ensure the safety of site users and site staff, there will be changes to how it normally operates.
Tuesday 12 May marks International Day of the Nurse and the 200th birthday of the Lady of the Lamp, Florence Nightingale.