The Coventry City of Sport Challenge has come to end, and the winners have been revealed.
Coventry is set to celebrate George Eliot’s 200-year birthday with a new display featuring the original manuscript for one of her most famous works, Middlemarch, on loan from the British Library as part of the ‘Treasures on Tour’ programme.
Go CV – the discount card for Coventry residents – has reached a milestone of 30,000 members this week.
Organisers of the Coventry Festival of Running opened early bird entries Friday 18 October for the 2020 event, which will take place over two weekends in March and April 2020.
The city's £36.7m waterpark, The Wave, opened its doors to the public today.
Coventry’s brand new £36m waterpark, The Wave, has been awarded a prestigious Leading Edge Award by the World Waterpark Association, thanks to its state-of-the-art attractions and accessible design – before it has officially opened to the public.
The West Midlands Combined Authority has become the largest regional investor in Coventry’s City of Culture 2021 after agreeing a new £4 million grant.
Coventry will now host rugby sevens, judo and wrestling at the Commonwealth Games 2022, but netball has been switched to the NEC.
The team delivering Coventry UK City of Culture 2021 will hold open public discussions from September, as an opportunity to talk about the breadth of culture happening in Coventry, share ideas, network with new people and be part of city conversations.
Coventry City Council is set to accept a grant from Arts Council England, which will be used to invest in the city ahead of 2021.
Coventry City Council’s Cabinet is set to approve the development of a site at Friargate that will see Coventry’s first four-star hotel being built in the city centre for almost 50 years.
Coventry City Council is pleased to announce a new partnership with CityFibre.
Following the success of the last open-air cinema events held in June, the screens will be returning this September for two blockbuster movies – and ticket sales are open now.
The Discovery Centre at Coombe Abbey Park has been updated and improved ahead of the school summer holidays. The work was funded through a partnership with Warwickshire Wildlife Trust.
Monday sees the official opening of The Wave’s fitness facilities and Mana Spa.
From July through to September, the city has a host of events and activities to keep every member of the family entertained and some of Coventry’s Young Ambassadors had the opportunity to try one of these activities out.
It's back! This time it’s going to be bigger and better than ever, more activities and more time to enjoy them.
Love Parks Week is back 12-21 July and it’s a chance for residents to make the time to get out and enjoy Coventry’s green spaces.
Two days of non-stop cultural celebration and motoring madness are coming to the UK's Motor City in a weekend of free family fun.
Coventry Cathedral will be the setting for a major concert celebrating 60 years of friendship between the cities of Coventry and Dresden.
Singer-songwriter Phoebe Green performs an intimate gig at Central Library this June.
The Heritage Open Days return to the city in September, and the first newsletter has lots of details on what to expect.
Operators CV Life are pleased to announce that the brand new Lifestyles Health and Fitness facilities at The Wave will open on 24 June.
Go CV is a loyalty card that gives Coventry residents discounts on some of the city’s most exciting attractions and activities.
Hundreds of people enjoyed trying out the new cricket pitches at Edgwick Park this week with the added bonus of getting to see the ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy.
This Sunday (17 March), Coventry’s Festival of Running 2019 will begin, with over 2,000 children taking part in the Toddler Dash and Children’s Mile in Memorial Park.
Work has begun on a new tree-top obstacle course at Coombe Abbey which is on track to open to the public next month.
A Coventry gymnast is warming up to compete in the World Special Olympic Summer Games, representing Team GB.
The GoRun 5K Fun Run, part of the Festival of Running, has reached over 3,000 runners which is fantastic news for the city!
Coventry will be a host city when the Rugby League World Cup 2021 comes to England.