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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.
Tuesday 12 May marks International Day of the Nurse and the 200th birthday of the Lady of the Lamp, Florence Nightingale.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are supporting the new Every Mind Matters advice for looking after mental wellbeing.
Council Leader, Cllr George Duggins, addressed yesterday's Full Council on the Coronavirus situation, thanking health workers and urging people to work together and support one another.
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.
Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust have launched an upgraded version of their Dimensions Tool.
Cov Safe Space will be returning to the City Centre for the third year running to help keep people safe during the festive period.
Plans to improve health and wellbeing for residents across Coventry are being set out, as key health agencies and city organisations join forces.
With flu season ahead, residents across Coventry and Warwickshire are being urged to think about how cold weather and winter viruses may affect them, vulnerable family members and neighbours.
Health partners in Coventry and Warwickshire are marking World Mental Health Day on Thursday 10 October with promotional activities to raise awareness of local mental health services and resources.
Public Health England (PHE), in partnership with the NHS, today launches Every Mind Matters to help people take simple steps to look after their mental health and wellbeing.
Healthwatch has an important role working to ensure local people have a voice in how their NHS and Care services are delivered and planned and three volunteers are needed to help that work
One of the presenters of an award-winning podcast will be urging visitors attending the wellness event of the year to break down the taboo of cancer and put their health first.
Cov Safe Space will be returning to the City Centre once again this year, but for the first time to help keep students safe during Welcome Week.
Thousands of people took advantage of the opportunity to cycle through Coventry’s traffic-free streets, as part of HSBC UK Let's Ride Coventry.
A group run in Coventry marks six successful months of doing hundreds of good deeds for the local community.
The husband of BBC presenter Rachael Bland will share his experiences of the last 12 months since she died from breast cancer at a health event next month
A BBC journalist who filmed her emotional journey battling breast cancer is among the keynote speakers at a pioneering event in Coventry.
Coventry residents are being urged to look out for those vulnerable to heat exposure and make efforts to stay cool, as the Met Office issues new heatwave alerts for the middle of the week.
The winners of the first ever Health and Wellbeing Awards in Coventry have been announced.
Today the Council launches Let’s Talk Coventry a new engagement platform that will help grow and nurture an online community of good relationships and understanding between the council and the public.
New services that aim to increase support and encourage those affected by domestic abuse to seek help, are being launched in Coventry today.