Coventry could gain 128 extra passenger trains per day under Midlands Engine Rail, a £3.5 billion improvement programme to transform the region’s rail network, launched today by Sub-national Transport Body Midlands Connect.
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.
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.
To celebrate Heritage Open Days in Coventry, Coventry Young Ambassadors had the chance to try out the new range of family activities which have been added to the programme.
We still have a number of places available on school's health and safety training courses between September and December 2019.
Once again Coventry opens the doors on its rich heritage, from tomorrow (13 September) when the 25th Heritage Open Days begin.
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Join us this Sunday 15 September for the last of this year’s Bands in the Park events with the fabulous City of Coventry Brass providing the entertainment in the beautiful Caludon Castle Park.
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.
This week, over 20 artists from all around the world will come together for a special exhibition here in Coventry.
Cash For Kids, the charity of radio station Free Radio, has joined forces with Coventry European City of Sport, Coventry City Council & CV Life to bring a unique fundraising challenge to the city.
A group run in Coventry marks six successful months of doing hundreds of good deeds for the local community.
This Sunday (8 September) from 11am – 3pm, thousands of people will take to the streets of Coventry on their bikes for the free cycling festival HSBC UK Let’s Ride.
Raymond Calcott has been presented with a Good Citizen Award from Coventry’s Lord Mayor.
The Lord Mayor of Coventry visited one of the city’s care homes to chat to residents and learn more about the work being done to help people with dementia.
A major regeneration project will transform an area of Coventry originally built in the 1960s over the next four years.
The premises licence for Bucuresti (formerly known as Bucharest) 490A Foleshill Road, Coventry has been revoked following a review hearing called for by Coventry Trading Standards.
Coventry will now host rugby sevens, judo and wrestling at the Commonwealth Games 2022, but netball has been switched to the NEC.
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 group of young Coventry athletes and swimmers who recently competed in the International Children’s Games (ICG) in Russia have been praised for their efforts in representing the city.
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.
The award-winning music production team from Get it Loud in Libraries will be running a music camp for young people in Coventry Central Library this October.
Held in partnership with the University of Warwick, the British Science Festival will transform Coventry and Warwickshire into a celebration of science and culture from 10–13 September.
The directory of schools and other educational establishments has been updated.
Coventry is this year celebrating 25 years of Heritage Open Days and a special birthday party was thrown at the historic St Mary's Guildhall.
Sports Fest has broken its record of people taking part, with over 14,500 people having a go at sport during the festival
Coventry children are being challenged to write a spell and win a magical meeting with top children’s author Cressida Cowell
Coventry students have good reason to celebrate their GCSE results today (22 August) as grades across the city have shown an uplift, especially in English
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.