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.
With the Coventry and Warwickshire Year of Wellbeing now underway, we want to know if you have an inspiring pledge to share for 2019!
Next week, from Sunday 25 November, through until Monday 10 December, Coventry City Council will be raising awareness of Domestic Abuse through the 16 Days of Action campaign.
The HIV testing week campaign, which runs from 17 - 25 November 2018, reminds people about the importance of getting tested for HIV if they think they may have been at risk of contracting the virus.
Top local doctors are urging people aged over 65 to protect themselves from flu with the new vaccine.
Partners throughout Coventry and Warwickshire are coming together to mark World Mental Health Day (WMHD) in a series of events across the region on Wednesday 10 October. Mental health problems affect one in four people, yet too often people are afraid to talk about their experiences because they fear the response and stigma they may experience.
Change Grow Live is offering free, partly furnished and fitted café space in Coventry.