The magical illuminated light trail, ‘Luminate Coombe’, that was due to be held in the new year at Coombe Abbey Country Park has regrettably been rescheduled again and will now take place in November and December 2021.
With the city sadly unable to host its big annual Christmas Lights switch on event due to the current Tier 3 restrictions, the Council along with key city partners have still been working hard to bring some festive cheer to the city centre.
Coventry Glides – a magical ice rink in the ruins of Coventry Cathedral – is still planned to go ahead, but will now open in December after the national lockdown.
As the city counts down to Remembrance Sunday this weekend, residents are reminded that they should follow national restrictions and mark the day from within their home.
In light of the Government’s latest public announcement, Coventry City Council has taken the decision to unfortunately cancel this planned event.
As part of Coventry’s ongoing promotion of peace, tolerance and friendship around the world, the city is once again hosting the annual Coventry Peace Festival.
An iconic Coventry landmark is set to be transformed into a winter wonderland for the first time, creating one of the most spectacular festive ice-skating rinks in the UK.
Coventry will this year host an online commemoration of Remembrance Day as the city acts to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
An historic day of celebration dating back more than 500 years will be held in Coventry tomorrow.
Coventry’s RISING Global Peace Forum is attracting a stellar line-up of speakers to explore this year’s theme of the ‘Culture of Peace’.
Coventry is taking part in the national Heritage Open Days festival for the 26th year running this September.
A spectacular seasonal light show is set to illuminate a beautiful Warwickshire park to help celebrate the Christmas period.
The Ambassador of Japan to the United Kingdom, Yasumasa Nagamine, has honoured Coventry Lord Mayor’s Committee for Peace and Reconciliation by bestowing his Commendation.
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.
Coventry this week joins others around the world to mark the 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide.
This weekend, BBC Coventry and Warwickshire are holding an event celebrating some of the best and biggest bands to ever play in Coventry.
Coventry’s RISING Global Peace Forum is expected to attract its biggest ever audience from around the world when it returns later this year.
Coventry people are being urged to help the city pay tribute to those who gave so much to win peace in Europe 75 years ago.
To mark this historic occasion, Her Majesty The Queen will send a message to the nation at 9pm on BBC One on Friday 8 May, the exact moment her father, King George VI, gave a radio address in 1945
Coventry will join a celebration to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day next week – honouring and remembering those who gave so much to end war in Europe.
In line with government advice to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, organisers have taken the decision to cancel this year's Armed Forces Day.
In light of the latest Government and Public Health advice regarding Coronavirus, Coventry City Council has taken the decision to cancel this year’s Godiva Festival.
Huge discounts on live comedy, exclusive giveaway competitions for theatre shows and world class snooker, season ticket offers for Coventry Bears and reduced priced entry at the Wave are just some of the benefits of being a Go CV cardholder.
Coventry’s flagship Godiva Festival will return to the War Memorial Park on 3-5 July this year.
Comedy Central Live is coming to Coventry and they’re bringing the laughs.
Coventry Cathedral will be lit up this November this year as part of a spectacular light show to honour the country’s heritage and the wartime bravery of its people.