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A new initiative that will help rough sleepers in Coventry is officially launched this Friday 28 February 9.30am at One Friargate, Station Square, Coventry.
Marilyn Haddon has been named as Coventry’s latest Good Citizen.
Coventry people can now take the plunge and enjoy the city’s great new 50m pool.
On March 28, Greentea Peng will be performing an intimate gig in Coventry’s Central Library.
Agencies across the city are activating Coventry’s Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) from today until Wednesday 26 February as the temperatures are set to get colder over the next few nights.
Coventry people will be able to take the plunge and enjoy the city’s great new 50m pool this month.
The government has written to the Council in support of local proposals which set out a series of measures to reduce Nitrogen Dioxide emissions, benefiting residents through cleaner air and better health.
Registration for the 2020 Westfield Health British Transplant Games is now open, ahead of the games returning to Coventry for the first time in over a decade.
A new approach to the way that social housing is allocated in the city will be in place by Autumn 2020.
Coventry’s London Road Cemetery was awarded a National Lottery Heritage Fund grant to restore some of its original features and ensure it is well looked after for future generations to enjoy.
Coventry has been recognised as a global leader on climate action and transparency, achieving a place on CDP’s Cities A List.
Pupils at Pattison College were delighted to welcome the Lord Mayor of Coventry, Councillor Linda Bigham, to a special assembly last week.
The Council is planning to target its budget towards protecting highway repairs and carrying out a major city-wide clean up to cut fly tipping.
Coventry venues are competing against 43 of the biggest names in the industry after being shortlisted in the inaugural West Midlands Tourism Awards 2020.
A stunning new ceremony space has been officially opened today (Friday 14 February) at the historic Cheylesmore Manor House.
Following the sad death of Councillor Sucha Bains in November 2019, Coventry City Council has now received a request for a by-election to take place.
A new secure cycle hub has been officially opened by the university and Councillor Patricia Hetherton, Cabinet Member for City Services.
Coventry is going back to the future as part of a £44m programme of works to improve its city centre.
A series of new comprehensive reports on the current health and well-being of residents in Coventry has been launched following a roadshow of workshops across the city.
An ambitious, month-long celebration of young people’s music-making is to take place across the West Midlands in March.
To accompany the UK tour of A Monster Calls, the company are running The Monster Writing Challenge, seeking short stories from young people aged between 10 – 25.
A conference to improve awareness of perinatal support across Coventry and Warwickshire has put local parents at the heart of change to reduce stigma surrounding mental health.
Adoption Central England (ACE) is celebrating its second anniversary after forming in 2018 following Government’s commitment to redesign and regionalise adoption services.
People across Coventry are being offered an exciting opportunity to be a part of the 2021 legacy and join a City of Culture Leadership programme.
Belgrade Theatre presents the Young Company in 'Like There's No Tomorrow', which gives voice to young people’s concerns about the climate and asks whether we should care about the earth we live on.
An innovative new scheme has been helping businesses in Coventry and Warwickshire find the investment they need to grow their business.
Agencies across the city are activating Coventry’s Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) from today until Thursday 6 February as the temperatures are set to get colder over the next few nights.
Coventry Sports and Leisure Centre’s 50m pool will be making a final splash with a swimming celebration – and entry prices are stepping back in time to the 1960s
The latest Go CV newsletter is out now - with the last chance to snap up a cut-price Bears' season ticket, comedy club discounts and more.
Four more posts to work with rough sleepers are being funded after the Council successfully secured £464k from the government to help address street homelessness.