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The Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership (CWLEP) has agreed its priority list of infrastructure projects to receive Government funding as part of the Getting Building Fund.
St Lawrence’s Church Hope Hub welcomed Lord Mayor Ann Lucas to see the Summer Breakfast Club in action where she also opened the church’s special new community garden.
Coventry has received an EV boost with 30 new on-street electric vehicle charging points installed in the Holyhead Road area as part of an exciting new pilot project.
More than £50m has been paid out in COVID related business grants to support 4,000 Coventry companies that have been impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Tributes have been paid to a well-respected and much-loved Coventry councillor who passed away suddenly this weekend.
Councils across the West Midlands have joined together to deliver a clear message to people and businesses across the region:
The West Midlands Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner, Waheed Saleem, has led a successful bid to secure £549,040 from the Safer Streets Fund.
A second Covid-19 testing centre is to open in Coventry next week in the city centre
A group which is celebrating its fifth anniversary is encouraging innovative small businesses to get in touch with its members to access grants and support.
Antiques Roadshow is set to return this summer, presenter Fiona Bruce and our team of experts can’t wait to discover your forgotten family heirlooms and missing masterpieces.
The winners of the 2020 Health and Wellbeing Awards in Coventry have been announced.
The Occupational Health, Safety and Wellbeing Service has developed specific guidance to enable you to ensure that the mental wellbeing of employees can be met.
People are being urged to be on their guard against a new coronavirus-related scam.
Half of the city’s Family Hubs have remained open during the pandemic to give essential support to young people, children and their families, and now the remaining four are set to re-open their doors to help support local communities.
Over the last few months local communities have come together to ensure that those in need have received as much support as possible, to help them through these challenging times.
Councillors and other health partners have heard about the significant contribution made by Adult Social Care, working with other parts of the City Council to support vulnerable adults to date during Covid-19.
Coventry’s top public health official has warned people not to become complacent in living with the threat of Covid-19, following a small increase in confirmed cases across the city.
A message from the seven West Midlands metropolitan council leaders.
Councillors are set to approve a new temporary pavement licensing policy that will enable pubs, restaurants and other hospitality venues to increase the availability of seating and tables outside venues in the city.
A NEW report sets out how the Council will drive Coventry’s economic recovery from Covid-19 through its focus on employment and skills.
Coventry's Safeguarding Children Partnership has today launched its Early Help Strategy for 2020-2022.
A celebration of the best of Coventry and Warwickshire’s food and drink scene is at the heart of a new awards program designed to support businesses as they re-emerge from lockdown.
Coventry’s Ricoh Arena will host men's World Cup holders Australia as they take on Scotland.
Opposition Leader Sir Keir Starmer today heard from the city’s school pupils and parents about their experiences of learning through Covid-19.
A new scheme is set to revitalise Coventry Cathedral’s Unity Lawn, enhancing the space to create a more inviting spot to enjoy the views of the Cathedral and the surrounding historic architecture.
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.